Things to do on Valentine’s Day in San Diego

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If you’re spending Valentine’s Day in San Diego, you’re already well on your way to creating an everlasting experience. San Diego has some of the most ideal weather conditions, as well as a bevvy of attractions and events to win over your Valentine. Whether your Valentine is a friend, your family, or your significant other, there is a San Diego setting to make this a memorable Febraury 14th. No matter what your Valentine’s interests are, the Go San Diego Card includes options to suit every type of traveler! Outdoorsy: If your Valentine is the Outdoorsy type, take them for a La Jolla adventure! Pick your method – Kayak along the sea cliffs and caves of La Jolla Shores Bike along the coastal streets of La Jolla, Mission Bay, and Pacific Beach Snorkel in the sensational La Jolla Cove waters Only to be witnessed on foot, bike, or in the water – the La Jolla Cove … [Read more...]

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in San Diego

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Though the Super Bowl’s purpose is to culminate a season of competition within the National Football League, the Super Bowl has become an event that is celebrated by an entire spectrum of people – from sports fanatics to the indifferent – the Super Bowl offers an opportunity to celebrate! This year the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII is scheduled for Sunday, February 2nd at 6:30pm; featuring an intense showdown between the two remaining teams – the Seahawks and the Broncos. Meteorologists are predicting that there is a good chance of heavy snowfall during the course of Super Bowl week, meaning the players and audience will endure freezing temperatures, wind-chill, and snowfall as they experience the final match of the season. But you can enjoy the action of the Super Bowl without enduring the bitter chill of the stadium by watching on-screen from the comfort of San Diego! With … [Read more...]

Things To Do in San Diego: Get a Move On

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Looking for new things to do in San Diego? Well get a move on! San Diego's mild climate and 300+ public parks make it the perfect winter destination to explore outside. Whether you walk, bike, kayak, or even go-kart, here's how to get going in San Diego: Walking Tours of the City in Motion San Diego is ranked in the top 20 most walkable large cities in the United States, and for good reason. Neighborhoods like the Gaslamp Quarter are easily navigable with big open streets, and provide a number of shops, restaurants, and clubs to entertain you while you make your way around. The Gaslamp Quarter Walking Tour offered every Saturday will introduce you both to the area and its significant history as the first settled area of modern San Diego. While you will hear about the Quarter's more than 90 historical buildings dating as far back as the early 1800s, you'll also be party to some lewd … [Read more...]