Tamales are a year-round source of pleasure and sustenance in San Diego. Made from masa, a corn-based dough that is steamed or boiled in a corn-husk wrapper and filled with meat, cheese, fruit or vegetables, tamales are often part of San Diego families’ holiday celebrations. While the best tamales in San Diego are those made by a mom or abuela at home, here are some local places to buy these Mexican treats.
San Diego’s warm autumn weather means the whole family can stay out all day and enjoy any one of these amazing budget-friendly fall activities for kids.
Sneak off to San Diego this weekend to bask in the sunshine while enjoying these amazing top things to do…
Spoil yourself with a day of shopping in San Diego. The warm fall weather is begging you to enjoy an outing at some of the best centers and premium outlets for luxurious shopping and dining throughout San Diego county!
Whether you stare at the stars or enjoy a car-free Sunday afternoon, get out and explore San Diego this weekend with these top things to do…
From North County to South Bay – eat, play, relax and enjoy the upcoming weekend in San Diego with these top things to do…
Whether you’ve visited San Diego one time or many, one thing’s for sure: There’s always something new and fun to do for the entire family. The only challenge you may have is deciding what to do first! Here are a few exciting summer happenings at world-class San Diego attractions you don’t want to miss.
It’s not too late to make plans to be in San Diego on the 4th of July to celebrate the birth of our nation and to see one of the spectacular fireworks shows around town. Gather up the kids, or get together with your best travel buddies, and watch the San Diego skyline light up from San Diego Bay to Del Mar to South Bay and the inland communities. San Diego’s exciting pyrotechnic displays never disappoint and always go off with a bang!
Make the most out of the last weekend in June by enjoying these top things to do in San Diego:
Please note: It’s expected to get very warm this weekend. Please make sure to wear sunscreen, drink plenty of water and spend a few moments in the shade when you are out exploring San Diego.