A thousand little details go into a wedding, everything from party favors, name plates, napkin styles to signage. And no one is more in the throws of wedding mode more than the bride's family.
You’ve spent months, if not years, planning your special day. And one of the many decisions was finalizing the guest list, inviting everyone from Aunt Nancy to your college buddy Steve.
Your wedding, while hopefully everything you ever dreamed of, represents the most expensive party you will likely ever throw. For many brides, this dampens extravagant plans for the honeymoon. But the good news is there are plenty of ways for the Budget Bride to plan a memorable honeymoon in Coronado.
It is always a good time to take that much needed beach getaway with the family. While always rewarding, sometimes traveling with the whole family can bring some interesting challenges. Not only does Coronado offer the allure of beautiful weather year-round and golden beaches, the Crown City is also perfectly suited for family trips!
Winter is one of the sunniest seasons in Coronado. And without the threat of the marine layer that coined the terms “May Grey” and “June Gloom,” travelers can just soak in that California sunshine. Here are some of our favorite things to do during the winter:
While Downtown San Diego may host the majority of business conferences, why not turn your business trip into a beach getaway by staying in Coronado. You get to avoid the hassles of the hustle and bustle in downtown, enjoying instead the luxuries of the Crown City.
Taking a family vacation is an incredibly rewarding adventure, but sometimes that experience comes at a cost. Eating out your entire vacation doesn’t only hurt your pocketbook, it adds to your waistline. Now imagine a family vacation where you can eat quality, affordable and delicious meals. Here’s How:
Hitch a ride on the Old Town Trolley Tour and experience one of the best ways to see San Diego. Painted in green and orange, these trolleys cover 25 miles of San Diego. Tours cost $36/adults and $18/children (cheaper if you buy online). It’s definitely worth the price—there are at least 10 different routed tours, two of which make stops in Coronado. Ask our front desk for details and they will be happy to show you where to go to catch the tour!