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One of the best things about living in a city embracing everything beer means a fresh selection of brews for every season. While the northern section of our state wins constant accolades for their vineyards, San Diego has been quietly creating a brew empire. In recent years, they’ve even been challenging long-standing beer cities like Denver, Colorado and Portland, Oregon to earn their keep in this arena.
Our small town embraces the holiday spirit, starting with the infamous Thanksgiving Day feast and filling the entire day with festivities designed to entertain, delight, and create memories.
Imagine a perfect world where your fondness for food and passion for photography can flourish simultaneously. Where restaurants understand that you crave delicious food but also want it to look good for your Instagram feed.
Known as the Craft Beer Capital of America, it’s no surprise that San Diego’s craft beer scene is hopping (pun intended). Flavorful West Coast-style IPAs are the main attraction, supported by a cast of classic ambers, frothy stouts, and experimental brews. With over 90 craft beer breweries in the area, we have compiled this guide to five of the best so you can jump right in and explore the craft beer culture of San Diego and Coronado.
Planning a trip is heaps of fun. Imagine the sights you will see, the food you will eat, the things you will do. But what will you wear? It can be difficult to know if you have never been to your destination before. Luckily, we are here to help you with that.
We all know when Labor Day is, but every year, it somehow seems to sneak up on us when we least expect it. One moment we’re enjoying lemonade and warm summer breezes, and the next we’re in a flurry of activity collecting school supplies, unpacking warm clothes, and thinking ahead to the busy holiday season. Thankfully, Labor Day is a golden opportunity to enjoy one last summer vacation before the rush of a new year begins.
With summer comes a flurry of beach cruisers, red blankets, children giggling in the background, and delightful picnic baskets. After all, summer is the season of picnicking, visiting the parks, and BBQs with friends and family.
There’s something engrained into us to despise feeding the meter, cringe as we pay exiting the parking structure, and loathe continually navigating street sweeping parking fines. After all, when was the last time you actually saw those street sweepers come by? It’s even worse when you invest a lot into your accommodations, only to be met with a $25-$30 per night parking fee.
Walking off the plane at your destination brings a wave of relief and excitement. That lasts just about until the moment you realize that you still have to navigate to your accommodation to truly start your vacation. Seasoned travelers can attest to the tricky logistics often accompanying moving from the airport to, well, just about anywhere. To help smooth over your ride, and get you to paradise faster, here are the best options for getting from the San Diego Airport to Coronado.
You invest precious resources into charting your ideal Southern California adventure. Especially if you are flying in from another part of the country—or the world—you’re counting on spending your treasured vacation days soaking in the sun on the beach, trying your hand at our water sports, or treating your palate to our incredible cuisine. Ultimately it’s a positive investment in you and your family.
As a proud military community, we take the 4th of July very seriously in Coronado. The festivities start early, and you will enjoy an entire day chock full of flags, music, parade floats, and yes, fireworks. If you’ve opted to spend Independence Day in the charming Coronado community, here is a list of the day’s activities.
With the onset of summer comes the annual reminder to take an entire day and celebrate everything Dad. This year, we are dedicating June 17th to commemorate the dads in our lives who make everything that much better.