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Beaches in San Diego: Solana Beach Cove

By: Lety Banks Do you think La Jolla Cove is the only cove San Diego has to offer? Think again! Make your way up the Coast Highway to Solana Beach, and you’ll discover another cozy little cove hidden away in a quaint and quiet Solana neighborhood. Take a short hike down 135 steps to a…

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San Diego Farmers Market: Imperial Beach

  If you want to visit a San Diego Farmers Market, head to Imperial Beach. Every Friday from 12 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., you can visit the  Certified Farmers Market which is located right along the sand. Local farmers sell their fresh produce while massage therapists offer free massages! Your taste buds can travel all…

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San Diego Tours – Experience San Diego in a Whole New Way!

Vacationing in San Diego can be really fun when you take advantage of the San Diego tours.  Whether it’s touring the city, a historical site, or a brewery there’s something for everyone.  We’ve put together a few ideas of tours you can take when you visit San Diego. Old Town Trolley Tours: Known as “America’s…

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Things to Do in San Diego – Little Italy Farmer's Market

By: Elisa Boorman On any given day of the week, you can find a lively farmer’s market in San Diego with vendors selling their art, clothing, fresh produce, and delicious treats. A stand-out favorite is the Saturday farmer’s market in Little Italy. Every Saturday from 8am to 2pm, over  140 certified vendors line Date St.…

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San Diego Padres – Homers, Fly Balls, and Strikes…Oh My!

Catch the San Diego Padres at Petco Park! One of America’s favorite past-times is watching baseball, and the San Diego Padres season starts soon! Head to Petco Park to watch them play, stuff your self silly with ballpark food, and catch a foul ball or two. You can get their schedule, order tickets, and find…

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Hiking in San Diego: Torrey Pines State Beach

By Chelsea Largoza Torrey Pines State Beach offers everything needed for an outdoor adventure. There are several different hiking trails to take in the San Diego area, but this is our favorite one. You can start your hike with a nice walk along the sand if you park far from the cliff. You’ll probably pass…

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5 Fun Museums to Visit in San Diego

When you think of San Diego, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? SeaWorld? The Zoo? The beautiful beaches? Certainly those are all wonderful places to spend your time in San Diego whether you’re a visitor or a local. But San Diego is also home to many wonderful museums which offer you a great…

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Hiking in San Diego

Enjoy the Views While Hiking in San Diego! One of the more popular and fun things to do this time of the year is to go hiking in San Diego. You can experience the beauty of the area, get outside, enjoy nature, and the breathtaking views while you’re hiking. Two really good spots to hike…

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Fun Things to Do in San Diego: Remote Control Flyers

There are plenty of fun things to do in San Diego – from visiting Sea World to trips to the beach. But one thing you may not think of doing is visiting the Remote Control Electric Flyers landing strip! Contributing writer Heather Leigh shares her recent experience below. By Heather Leigh On a warm San…

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Activities in San Diego: Tour the San Diego Breweries

Looking for activities in San Diego to enjoy with friends or as a couple? Take a tour of the San Diego breweries! Contributing writer Nick Filipovitch (Margi’s guy!) shares his knowledge with you on where to go and how to have a good time touring the breweries San Diego is known for. You can’t visit…

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San Diego Activities: Working Out at the San Diego Convention Center

Did you know Travel + Leisure readers voted San Diego the #2 city for attractive people in the U.S., coming in behind Miami in 2012? With so many San Diego activities which require you to bike, hike, walk and run it’s no wonder! Contributing writer Carianne Steinman shares a fun and interesting way to get…

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Fun in San Diego: North Park's West Coast Tavern and True North Tavern

Looking for Fun in San Diego? Try North Park! Recommended stop? West Coast Tavern and True North Tavern, both located half a block from the center of North Park. West Coast Tavern (619) 295-1688 2895 University Ave. San Diego, CA 92104 www.westcoasttavern.com With its theatrical and animated ambiance, West Coast Tavern is a common stop…

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Farmers Markets in San Diego: One for (Nearly) Every Day of the Week

Visit The Farmers Markets in San Diego for Fresh and Fun Finds! Do you enjoy browsing through the farmers markets in San Diego? Or maybe you want to but you don’t know where all of them are located? Contributing writer Chelsea Largoza shares where you can find several farmers markets in San Diego (nearly) every…

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Beaches in San Diego – Coolest Beaches to Visit Part 2

The Beaches in San Diego are Amazing! With 70 miles of coastline, there is no shortage of beaches in San Diego to check out. Whether you’re a local or a local-at-heart there’s a beach for everyone and everything! La Jolla Shores La Jolla Shores is one of the only beach boat launching places in the…

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Beaches in San Diego – Coolest Beaches to Visit Part 1

Your Guide to the Coolest Beaches in San Diego The beaches in San Diego are amazing, and with 70 miles of coastline there are plenty to choose from for a fun visit with the family or your furry friend. But if you are here for a limited time (and we are guessing you are) here…

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Old Town San Diego – San Diego Attractions

Old Town San Diego, one of several historic San Diego attractions, is known as the birthplace of California. In 1769, Father Junipero Serra came here to establish  a mission, the first in a chain of 21 that were to be the cornerstone of California’s colonization. In 1968, the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation established…

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Off the Beaten Path in San Diego: Coronado Island

“Off-the-beaten-path” SD: Coronado Island getaway, Local style By: Elisa Boorman (Editor’s note: From time to time, we’ll feature a location in our “Off the Beaten Path” series by contributing writer Elisa Boorman. This is her first post in the series.) What you’ll need: bikes, helmets, backpack, picnic blanket, water, snacks When arriving in a new…

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