Friday, May 16, 2014

Sandcastle Making Lessons in San Diego

There’s nothing more gorgeous than visiting a San Diego beach when the weather is pleasant and sunny but instead of merely swimming and sunbathing, we think you can add a few more activities into your itinerary....learning how to build some really awesome sandcastles. We are not talking about the buckets and pails types of sandcastles, we are talking about taking a page off of professionalswho actually make a living building sandcastles....or rather, teaching others how to build creative castles out of sand.

San Diego San Castles

4306 Ocean Boulevard, San Diego, CA
(619) 200-0565
San Diego Sand Castles is run by JT Estrela who is a local San Diego beach lover and sand sculptor who, together with his partners, teach tourists and residents how to manipulate and design with sand on the beaches. When there are no lessons, they spend their time on the white sandy beaches of San Diego coming up with creative new sculptures made out of sand all the time. The company offersprivate lessons and can help people create their own custom sand sculptures, especially for special events like business meetings, functions, birthdays and weddings.
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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Mount Soledad in La Jolla

Have you heard of La Jolla? This fancy name belongs to an upscale beach community in San Diego, and home to the University of California San Diego campus. La Jolla is blessed with gorgeous beaches and beautiful sceneries, and most of all, a prominent landmark called Mount Soledad where bus charter visitors should make a point to visit when traveling to San Diego.
The mountaintop of Mount Soledad is adorned with the Mount Soledad Easter Cross and the Veterans Memorial. This is also the last home of famous author Dr. Suess, where his widow, Audrey Geisel still resides.
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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Open Air Shopping Concept at Seaport Village

Are you done with the over-crowded San Diego beaches or looking for something a little less conventional to do while you are on your trip in San Diego? Then our travel writers have a little something for you - give San Diego’s Seaport Village a shot during your vacation.

Where is Seaport Village

The great thing about visiting Seaport is that it isn’t too far from the main San Diego downtown metropolis. Yes, despite it being touted as ‘just another shopping destination’ by some, Seaport offers a lot of different unique, one-of-a-kind shops and retailers that isn’t in the downtown area. Located just five minutes drive away from the airport, some bus charter San Diego visitors actually make Seaport their first stop, which can be seen as a gentle introduction to San Diego.
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