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Orange County

Orange County

Years ago, a popular television show called “The O.C.” put Orange County on the national map in a way no one could have imagined. Almost overnight, Orange County, the O/C., became a place where rich people enjoyed constantly sunny days, sailed on yachts while sipping the finest champagne, and had so much money (Continue reading)

Catalina Island

Catalina Island

Everyone has his or her own idea of what Paradise might be like. For those who love the outdoors, feel renewed as they look out over the ocean, enjoy perusing quaint shops and then enjoying a glass of tea in an outdoor café, Catalina Island fits the bill. Catalina Island is located 22 miles off of the coast of (Continue reading)

San Diego Sunsets

San Diego Sunsets

Sunsets have the power to stop us in our tracks, to make us pause and simply enjoy the moment. While all sunsets are lovely, some places to view them are a bit more noteworthy than others. These are some of the best places to see the sky change colors as the sun dips low on the horizon: Any of San Diego’s (Continue reading)

Horseback Riding in San Diego

Horseback Riding in San Diego

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of riding on the back of a horse. When you make a good connection with these animals, you almost feel like one of them. It’s easy to imagine yourself as a settler living in San Diego more than 100 years ago, when horses were the main mode of transportation. Bright Valley (Continue reading)

Coronado Island

Coronado Island

Coronado Island is the kind of place where you feel at home the moment you arrive.  Situated just across the Big Bay from downtown San Diego, Coronado is known for the historic Hotel del Coronado and the distinctive San Diego-Coronado Bridge. Coronado offers much more: sparkling sand beaches, charming small-town (Continue reading)

Hiking in San Diego

Hiking in San Diego

Hiking is one of the most perfect ways to get back in touch with nature! The fresh air, the birds chirping, the sense of calm that surrounds you—there’s nothing like it! And with San Diego’s fabulous year-round weather, hiking is a year-round activity. There’s a trail for everyone: Los Penasquitos (Continue reading)

Del Mar – San Diego

Del Mar - San Diego

Del Mar Delights! Del Mar is a small, appealing, upscale community that truly represents gracious living at its finest. The historic and charming Del Mar Village offers a variety of unique shops, renowned restaurants, and luxury and beach-style hotels. On Saturdays, the Village hosts a farmers’ market, a great (Continue reading)

Ocean Beach, California

Ocean Beach, California

Photo by: Erika Arguedas Everyone loves Ocean Beach! What’s not to love? This great, laid back community has a fun and funky vibe that you won’t find anywhere else. Ocean Beach is the hippest place around. When you’re in OB, you’ll discover hole-in-the-wall eateries with food that is nothing short of (Continue reading)

Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach is the go-to destination for fun in the sun. PB, as the locals call it, has a young vibe that makes you feel like a teenager again. Why is that? It’s because of the energy. The beach boardwalk and streets are filled with people bike riding, roller blading, jogging, and just hanging out. There are (Continue reading)

Oceanside Harbor

Oceanside Harbor

In the past two decades, Oceanside has undergone a huge transition. Always a quaint part of San Diego, now Oceanside is a destination in its own right. One of the biggest attractions is the Oceanside Harbor, where you’ll have a great time hanging out on the beach, strolling along the curving pathways, exploring (Continue reading)

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