During the months of December through April, visitors to San Diego have the unique opportunity to witness the migration of California gray whales during their 5,000 mile (say WHAT?!) migration from Alaska to Baja California where they birth their young. Many of the whales travel within only a few miles of the San Diego coast and […]
Veterans, It’s Your Day
Veterans Day falls on November 11, the anniversary of the Armistice of World War I — not a great battle but an achievement of peace. Each year, San Diego honors United States veterans with the San Diego County Veterans Day Parade taking place downtown on Pacific Highway beginning at 11:00 A.M. Everyone is invited to […]
C’mon Get Hoppy
So, you’ve heard about how San Diego has one of most exciting craft brew scenes in the world and you want to come explore for yourself. Maybe you’re a hard-core hop head who wants the insider scoop on cult favorites. Maybe you’re a newbie looking to broaden your beer horizons. Maybe you just want to relax […]
A New Look At the Old Gaslamp Quarter
ike any Wild West town, the story of San Diego is rich with sensational stories of heroism and infamy – from its origins as “New Town” to its era as red light district, through its time of decay into its renaissance – and you can relive it all through these unique and entertaining sightseeing tours.
Tour Petco Park
What can you expect to learn on a tour of a mere baseball stadium? A lot more than I expected, as it turns out. Walking around in the Padres’ house when the Padres aren’t home really emphasizes the vastness and versatility of the structure, which could easily double as a small city complete with restaurants, parks, museums and a sandy beach.