NYC and San Diego are my top two favorite cities we’ve lived in, and they could not be more different. I love NYC for the constant stream of new things to do and San Diego for its chill beach vibes. It’s fun to play in NY, but San Diego is somewhere we could see ourselves settling down (if it weren’t for astronomical housing prices).
If you’re visiting or living here, use these quick links to help you plan your time.
Attraction Guides: Torrey Pines / Carlsbad Flower Fields / Pearl Dive In Movie / Maritime Museum / Sunken Ship / Mushroom House / Air & Space Museum / Sunny Jim Cave / Legoland / Cabrillo National Monument / Secret Sea Cave / Hotel Del Ice Skating / Taylor Guitars Factory Tour / San Diego Zoo / Wild Animal Park / Whale Watching
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Have you heard about the Mushroom House at Blacks Beach? Here’s everything you need to know. We love discovering hidden secrets wherever we live, and
Balboa Park is home to 17 museums. Since we love traveling and being in the air so much, we decided to start our adventures at
Ho Chi Minh trail is the most unique hiking trail we’ve found in San Diego. Everything from its landscape to its name makes you feel
Ever since discovering our first secret sea cave in San Diego, we’ve been wanting to catch them all! The Sunny Jim Cave is not as much
One of our favorite Local Adventures and discoveries during our time in Las Vegas was Roos’n’More. Even to this day, we talk about how amazing
LEGOLAND California Resort is home to three parks: Legoland California, Sea Life Aquarium, and Legoland Water Park. During our visit in November, the Water Park