With sunny skies, glistening crowd-free beaches and temperatures averaging 70 degrees, November is the perfect time to visit Coronado, located a bridge or ferryboat ride away from downtown San Diego.
Fall is one of the best times of year to visit Coronado, as the beach crowds diminish, hotel rates dip ever so slightly and the days continue to be nice and warm, with an average autumn temp of 74!
For you movie buffs and pop culture fans, there’s a fun surprising San Diego/Coronado connection to the Wizard of Oz.
On the heels of today’s premiere of the new Disney movie “Oz The Great & Powerful,” I thought it might be fun to spotlight Coronado’s remarkable link to author L. Frank Baum and his famous Wizard of Oz book series
Seagulls sing, are you listening?
On the beach, sand is glistening
A beautiful sight, we’re happy tonight
Walking in Coronado’s winter wonderland!
Charming Coronado, located a bridge away from downtown San Diego, is gearing up for its big island-wide holiday bash, the 37th Annual Coronado Christmas Parade & Open House, on Friday, December 7. The “Crown City” has a stocking full of fun & festive activities that are sure to delight visitors of all ages.
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…
Now, though, I have my sights set on New Year’s. Where can you ring in 2012 on the enchanted island? Well, there are a few fabulous fetes in store at the resorts, plus some wintery fun just steps away from Coronado Beach
Coronado is making waves in the local dining scene this summer with the opening of four fabulous new restaurants. The Hotel del Coronado also gets into the gastronomic act with the debut of a new culinary team at 1500 Ocean. From urban eclectic cuisine and gourmet burgers to savory sushi and classic English pub fare, […]
The curtain rose last night on a cinematic masterpiece in our midst: the historic Village Theatre in Coronado. The marquee was emblazoned with a kaleidoscope of color promoting the grand opening and premiere of its first film showing, Pixar’s “Cars 2.” The Village sign twinkled like a beacon in the night, beckoning me closer as […]