As Valentine’s Day approaches, take advantage of beautiful weather and island charms that are sure to sweep your sweetheart off their feet. After the break are 5 Fabulous Date Ideas and mini escapes.
If you love holiday lights, grab some hot cocoa; throw on a scarf because this is your weekend! Between Balboa Park’s December Nights to the San Diego Bay’s Parade of Lights, visitors will surely be in the holiday spirit with all these wonderful things to do!
November is also host to 10 days of highlighting San Diego’s craft beer during San Diego Beer Week, which conveniently rolls right into 5 days of local food and wine pairings during the San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival.
Fall is a great time for the kids to explore many of San Diego’s free outdoor activities including the beach, hiking sports, sightseeing and more.
After the break are just 25 of the free things kids can do this fall in San Diego.
Abounding with BBQs, beaches and bathing suits, San Diego is the ideal Labor Day vacation destination. Spend your holiday weekend participating in one of these fun-in-the-sun activities.
Robert Arends presents his first Essential Summer Guide to Coronado, a lowdown on what’s hot and what’s new on the island, as well as some incredible lesser-known sights that are sure to delight visitors this summer.
This weekend is going to be full of exciting things to do around San Diego. From butterflies and a car show to the Crew Classic, there is something for everyone this weekend in San Diego!
No matter how long you’ve been with your valentine (or looking for one!), after the break are our 5 to Try for Valentine’s Day celebrations throughout San Diego.
San Diego Restaurant Week kicks off this Sunday, Jan. 15. Coronado is a diner’s delight with spectacular San Diego Bay and seaside views that accent the delectable dishes, from seafood that’s as fresh as it gets to the finest French, Italian and coastal/Pacific Rim cuisine. After the break are my top 6 picks…
For the next two Sundays be sure not to miss the 40th Annual San Diego Bay Parade of Lights. The parade is truly a San Diego tradition as hundreds of boats are decrorated for the holidays. You’ll see boats adorned with tons of lights, some Santa’s, a few reindeer, snowman or two, you name it!