In 1542, Cabrillo sailed the ocean blue and not only discovered San Diego Bay for Spain, but California and the U.S. West Coast as well. Yep, that’s right…San Diego is the Plymouth Rock of the West! Portuguese explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo sailed into the harbor on September 28 – almost exactly 472 years ago! – aboard the San […]
Spring is here and there’s no better time to make a splash on San Diego Bay – also called the “Big Bay” – with its treasure trove of attractions, tours, events and cool points of interest.
After the break are my top 5 to Try.
<em>Now through September 9, 2012 you can experience one of the most legendary ships of the last 100 years with <strong><a href="http://www.sandiego.org/event/Visitors/13039">TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibit</a></strong> at the <strong><a href="http://www.sandiego.org/listing/Visitors/1225">San Diego Natural History Museum</a></strong>. Just leave a comment after the break far a chance to win!</em>
San Diego has a long and proud seafaring tradition that continues today. Luckily for locals and visitors alike there is always a ship, from the recreation of Cabrillo's 1542 <em>San Salvador</em>, to the longest-serving aircraft carrier now permanently docked in San Diego's harbor, the <em>USS Midway</em>, ready to sail you through San Diego's honorable maritime history.