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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)

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)

The Gaslamp Quarter

The Gaslamp Quarter

San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter has over 200 restaurants, shops, clubs, stores, museums, art galleries, music venues and theaters, all within 16 ½ blocks. Whether you’re there during the day or at night, you will positively light up with excitement. One of the most fun places isSan Diego’s most authentic Irish (Continue reading)

San Diego Embarcadero

San Diego Embarcadero

When you take a stroll along the Embarcadero boardwalk that runs along Broadway on the east side of San Diego Bay, you’ll wind past a beautiful waterfront park on Harbor Drive, the San Diego cruise ship terminal, the USS Midway museum ship at Navy Pier, the Star of India and seven other historic vessels (Continue reading)

Coronado Island

Coronado Island

The distinctive San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge rising up on the horizon tells you you’re close to a special place—Coronado Island. There are sparkling beaches, elegant gardens, old-world mansions, and of course the world famous Hotel Del Coronado. Woven throughout this lovely setting is the feeling that every (Continue reading)

San Diego Piers

San Diego Piers

San Diego’s piers are a great place to people watch or fish. Most of the pier have restaurants on them, so you can grab a bite mid-way through your stroll down the pier. Here are a few you won’t want to miss:   At Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach you can rent one of 29 cottages on the pier. Make your (Continue reading)

San Diego Hidden Bridges

San Diego Hidden Bridges

There are 300 bridges within San Diego County limits, from the photo-inspiring Coronado Bay Bridge to the walker-friendly Harbor Drivepedestrian bridge. But did you know that San Diego is dotted with hidden bridges as well? Built decades ago, they are nestled into residential neighborhoods, small city parks or (Continue reading)

Ocean Beach, California

Ocean Beach, California

Photo by: Erika Arguedas Ocean Beach is often compared to the free and easy “hippy” culture of the 1960s. In Ocean Beach, or OB as the locals call it, there’s no stress. No pressure. Just a really cool vibe that permeates your soul.   So while you’re enjoying this great feeling, you’ll also (Continue reading)

Little Italy San Diego

Little Italy San Diego

You will love historic Little Italy in San Diego’s downtown area. The lovely 19th century buildings in this waterfront area are carefully restored. As you stroll down India Street, you’ll appreciate the patio cafes, pubs, art galleries, and shops that fill the quaint neighborhood. You’ll discover wonderful (Continue reading)

Encinitas, California

Encinitas, California

Encinitas— Located just a half hour’s drive from Downtown San Diego, Encinitas is one of those beachside communities that seems like another world. Encinitas runs along an unspoiled six-mile stretch of coastline, an unspoiled reminder of what a beach used to look like perhaps half a century (Continue reading)

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