There’s no denying the San Diego weather. When asked, it is frequently referred to as one of the best parts of living here. With a mean annual temperature of 70 degrees and over 300 days of sunshine a year, it’s hard to go wrong with a trip to San Diego. Oh, and then there’s the 100+ miles of pristine California coastline.
On March 21, 2014, SeaWorld San Diego will celebrate its 50th anniversary. To commemorate the occasion the attraction will be showcasing new offerings and experiences, making this a must-visit attraction this spring.
Spring break in San Diego is hot! When old man winter finally rolls over and the sun comes out to play, what better way to celebrate with your friends than to shake off the books and take to the beach? With over 70 miles of unspoiled Pacific coastline and a full blown Californian economy at your disposal, I can’t image a better Spring Break escape within the contiguous US, and, apparently, neither can 1000s of spring breakers every year.
Got a hankering to get out there and explore? I’ve written before about San Diego’s excellent climate and its seemingly never-ending good weather. Combine all that with some rugged outdoors wilderness and you’ve got yourself a nature lover’s paradise. And what’s more, you needn’t travel far in order to reap the benefits of Mother Nature either.
Sometimes the best things about a city aren’t obvious. What makes places like Rome and Paris special aren’t just the numerous things to do there (though there are many), but what’s special about them is that when you’re there, you just want to live like the Parisians do. You want to sip an espresso in a sidewalk café and experience the love of life like the Romans do. And when in San Diego, the same applies, though the lifestyle isn’t necessarily as romanticized, it’s equally wonderful. And what makes the San Diego lifestyle great isn’t the Padres games or the Gaslamp Quarter (though both are nice) – it’s the weather, then land, and climate that make a trip to San Diego so memorable.
The list of famous attractions in San Diego is long. The San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld may be the best known, but the heart of San Diego’s seaside personality comes from the massive military presence that calls it home.