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Visit Colorful Hillcrest

Visit Colorful Hillcrest

San Diego’s Hillcrest community is a fabulous combo of vintage clothing shops, hip sidewalk cafes, edgy art galleries, and distinctive live theater. It’s a fun place, a lively place, a place where you can get into a spirited conversation with locals about beat poets from the ‘50s then move onto an in-depth (Continue reading)

Outdoor Concerts

Outdoor Concerts

  This spring, open your heart, mind, and ears to the music in the air! You can find live music at a variety of outdoor venues, from open-air band shells to street festivals to boardwalk performers.   Coronado Ferry Landing in Coronado has musical performers who strum and sing for you while you (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)

Roof Top Bars

Roof Top Bars

San Diego’s wonderful year-round weather means no limits! And when you visit these rooftop bars and restaurants, there is no limit to how far you can see. There are unobstructed views everywhere you turn!     ALTITUDE Sky Lounge: This open-air rooftop is attached to the Marriott Hotel is 22 (Continue reading)

Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting

San Diego is a mecca for wine lovers. Vineyards are spread throughout the region, from large wineries to small independent producers. Many of the wineries are in Temecula, about a 45-minute drive north of San Diego. These wineries offer guided tours, wine tasting, and opportunities to buy their delicious (Continue reading)

San Diego Theatres

San Diego Theatres

The Avo Playhouse in Vista, offers a delightful array of live theater performances that will leave you happy and satisfied. The 2015, 35th Anniversary season includes The Lion in Winter January 15 - February 1. Sondheim on Sondheim February 12 - March 1 and Anna in the Tropics March 12 – 29   The (Continue reading)

Winery Rail Trail

Winery Rail Trail

Visiting wineries is a wonderful and unforgettable way to spend a day with friends or that “special someone.” Now, you can discover San Diego’s fabulous wineries without the worry of driving! Simply plan your self-guided Urban Winery Train Tour on the San Diego’s Coaster. Choose your Coaster schedule (Continue reading)

Fiesta de Reyes – Old Town

Fiesta de Reyes - Old Town

Fiesta Del Reyes delivers the best in traditional Mexican mariachi music. Mexican food has become as American as apple pie, especially in San Diego, where the city’s Spanish and Mexican heritage can be felt everywhere you go. If you are craving the most delicious, authentic Mexican food anywhere outside of Mexico (Continue reading)

Spa Day

Spa Day

One of the best things about vacation is that you can relax your cares away! When you’re in San Diego, put aside one of your days to spoil yourself with a trip to one of San Diego’s best spas! You’ll feel completely rejuvenated after your relaxing experience. And spa days aren’t just for the ladies—pamper (Continue reading)

Kids Free in October

Kids Free in October

Kids Free in October - Presented by Time Warner Cable ...is back again for the fourth year! This popular annual promotion enables children to explore San Diego’s rich arts and cultural institutions with their families for free during October. An estimated 12,000 kids are expected to visit over 40 museums free (Continue reading)

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