Category: Downtown

  • Holiday Wonderland at Petco Park Brightens San Diego

    Holiday Wonderland at Petco Park Brightens San Diego

    With the baseball season over with, the Padres are bringing festive cheer to Downtown San Diego by transforming a baseball stadium into the Holiday Wonderland at Petco Park. Update – The Padres Have Made Changes Thankfully the Padres are listening to the early criticisms of the Holiday Wonderland at Petco Park and are making some changes. To […]

  • Panama 66 – For Families and Craft Beer Connoisseurs

    Panama 66 – For Families and Craft Beer Connoisseurs

    Panama 66, in beautiful Balboa Park, is an amazing blend of culture, local food, cocktails a family friendly atmosphere and craft beer. Panama 66 invites families and craft beer connoisseurs to order a tasty brew to enjoy along with a delectable meal all while browsing the art on display in the San Diego Museum of Art’s Sculpture […]

  • USAvBEL World Cup March to the Match in San Diego

    USAvBEL World Cup March to the Match in San Diego

    Even with the amazing goal and first touch by Julian Green, Belgium defeated the US 2-1 in overtime. I sulked out of Petco Park and headed back to my office dispirited and very badly sunburnt. However, the loss cannot take away the amazing experience of walking in the American Outlaws San Diego’s energetic March to the […]

  • Are You Brave Enough to Enter One of San Diego’s Haunted Houses?

    Are You Brave Enough to Enter One of San Diego’s Haunted Houses?

    Discover the horrors that await at these Haunted Houses – San Diego Travel Blog

  • Festival of Sail – Cannon Battles and Tall Ships on San Diego Bay

    Festival of Sail – Cannon Battles and Tall Ships on San Diego Bay

    Summer may technically come to an end in late September, but most consider Labor Day weekend to be the season’s official closure with most schools starting the next week. Thankfully, San Diego’s Embarcadero goes out with a bang during the warm “last-weekend-of-summer” with not only a sand sculpting competition and an 1812 overture with fireworks, but also […]