Category: San Diego
San Diego is Lit: Old Town Trolley “City Lights” Tour.
Some people think of San Diego mostly as a “Day-Time” city, and with perfect sunny weather, beautiful urban parks, and many pretty beach neighborhoods it’s easy to see why. San Diego really does look gorgeous in the daylight! I work in downtown and now that it’s finally the darker half of the year (I do…
Victorian San Diego’s “Palace of the Arts.”
The grand and stately Villa Montezuma. Built for musician, writer, and Spiritualist, Jesse Shepard in 1887, it was coined the “Palace of the Arts,” a place made for art, music, and literature.
Gaslamp’s Oldest and Most Haunted (???) Structure: The Davis-Horton House.
San Diego’s oldest surviving structure, The Davis-Horton House. Is it haunted? Come in and find out!
Outlander Fan-Girling and other Comic Con Craziness.
Comic Con invades my hometown every Summer and it’s hard not to get caught up in the hoopla ! Check out the fun!
A Seaside San Diego Wedding
For the past few months, a huge chunk of my time has been occupied with…wedding planning! Yep, your favorite little San Diego adventurer got hitched !
Christmas Night at Julian Hotel
There is an adorable historic Bed and Breakfast Inn located smack dab in the middle of Main Street in Julian. You will love this cozy, charming Inn!
Halloween Fun at San Diego’s Haunted Whaley House.
Check out the Whaley House in Old Town San Diego this Halloween! In October they host a few special events that will definitely get you into the spirit of Halloween.
Fall in Love with San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter
Original architecture from bygone eras blend seamlessly with newer buildings. Come get inspired by the rich history of The Gaslamp.
History and Libations: Throwback Thursdays at The San Diego History Center
Unlimited delicious bites, music, a little bit of History, and unlimited event-themed cocktails and beer? Let the good times roll.
My Night At Kaaboo 2015
The first ever KAABOO kicked off this weekend at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and I must say it was a great time. We couldn’t ask for a better venue or nicer weather, but what else do you expect from a city like San Diego? :-)