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Crafts & Cocktails

Crafts & Cocktails

This Monday, January 19th at 11:30 AM, come with a group of friends to Sublime Tavern for a fun and artistic outing with friends, cocktails, and creativity!. Your days are filled with wonderful family activities. At night, it’s time for a something just for you. It’s time for Crafts & Cocktails, a unique (Continue reading)

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The life of a seaman is intriguing to many. What is it like to live on a ship? How do you live? What happens if you run into trouble in the middle of the deep blue sea? The Maritime Museum of San Diego, located in the San Diego Bay, has the answers to these intriguing questions and countless more.   The (Continue reading)

The Children’s Pool Seals

The Children's Pool Seals

Thought originally created in 1932 as a spot for children to play in the ocean without danger of being swept away, over time the Children’s Pool in La Jolla came to the attention of enterprising harbor seals and sea lions. Now, you’re more likely to see these ocean mammals lounging on the beach than small (Continue reading)

Picnic In San Diego

Picnic In San Diego

San Diego has the perfect weather! That’s why San Diego is the place for the perfect picnic! Whether you’re in the mood for a romantic picnic for two or a family-style romp complete industrious ants, you’ll find it in San Diego. Here are a few top picnic spots:   Mission Point Park, South Mission (Continue reading)

Belmont Park in Mission Beach

Belmont Park in Mission Beach

  There is so much to do at Mission Beach’s Belmont Park that the day will seem to be over when you’ve barely begun! You and your family will love the Big Dipper roller coaster. The Beach Blaster swing delivers the craziest thrills! The spinning Octotron will leave you breathless. Add in bumper cars, (Continue reading)

Leo Carrillo Historic Rancho

Leo Carrillo Historic Rancho

A terrific thing about visiting a new city is that you’ll have experiences that you can’t replicate anywhere else. Leo Carillo Ranch near San Marcos is just such an example. This former working ranchero, once owned by actor Leo Carrillo, is nestled in a beautiful 27-acre canyon. This grounds of this historic (Continue reading)

Living Coast Discovery Center

Living Coast Discovery Center

The Living Coast Discover Center, where wonder comes naturally on San Diego Bay! The Living Coast Discovery Center The Living Coast Discovery Center is a living, breathing, flapping, buzzing and splashing home to the unique animals and plants of Southern California. Just 6 miles south of downtown San Diego, the (Continue reading)

Paragliding in San Diego

Paragliding in San Diego

Paragliding is as close as a person can come to actually flying. In San Diego, paragliding is year round. You don’t need to be experienced to do it—there are several paragliding schools that offer tandem paragliding experiences. Imagine being up in the sky, gliding through the cool air, smooth as silk, just like (Continue reading)

San Diego Botanic Garden

San Diego Botanic Garden

There’s Something Special about the Botanic Garden The San Diego Botanic Garden in Encinitas is a wonderful place to see all manner of plants, from California native foliage to desert gardens to bamboo forests fruit gardens and more. The 37-acre area is the perfect place for a casual, peaceful stroll (Continue reading)

Hike Torrey Pines

Hike Torrey Pines

  Within moments of arriving at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, you’ll forget that it is located within San Diego city limits. The 2,000-acre area is one of the wildest stretches of remaining land on California’s coast. The landscape looks just the same as before San Diego was developed, with (Continue reading)

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