Get a taste of the sweet life at Azucar where Pastry chef Vivian Hernandez-Jackson bakes up Cuban, French and San Diego-inspired sweets in the city’s first and only “Cuban-style Pâtisserie”.
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A part of the Stuart Collection at the University of California San Diego, the "Fallen Star", by artist Do Ho Suh, is a small cottage that sits crookedly on one corner, cantilevered out over the ground seven stories below. Discover the surprising piece of art for yourself.
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If you’re looking for the ultimate animal experience, then make sure the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is part of your travel plans. You’ll find tours that take you through beautiful habitats, guides who can introduce you to the animals and even adrenaline-filled excursions. It’s all about getting acquainted with your wild side. Check out these 10 adventures at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
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Sprinkled along San Diego's stunning coastline, intertidal ecosystems can be found where the land greets the sea. Discover a variety of fascinating tide pool residents on walks along the beach during low tide when sea water recedes and the rocks and reefs are exposed.
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Whale watching in San Diego is a really big deal. With whales swimming its waters year-round, including gray whales during the winter and blue whales during the summer, there’s always something to see. Plus, you can take a tour with an on-board expert from the Natural History Museum. Get your camera ready for this episode of San Diego’s “One Bright Idea” series.
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Celebrate spring at The Flower Fields® at Carlsbad Ranch, a 50-acre dazzling rainbow of beautiful ranunculus flowers set on a hillside that overlooks the striking Carlsbad, California coastline. Enjoy the flowers March through May.
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There’s nothing more San Diego than cruising the beach boardwalk—by foot, skateboard, bike, roller skates, you name it. Join the crowd and coast along, stopping for a snow cone, a roller coaster, a photo op or anything else you might find. Ride your way in this episode of San Diego’s “One Bright Idea” series.
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San Diego wineries are the real hidden gems. You can find them along the coast, tucked into the fertile North County farmland, up in the mountains, amidst the rugged terrain of East County—even in many urban and commercial neighborhoods. Most are sma...
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Making a strong case for being San Diego hottest foodie neighborhood, Little Italy is home to a number of celebrity chefs, including Brian Malarkey and Richard Blais, as well as rising stars equally deserving of recognition for both classic and inven...
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From mid-December through April, hop on a cruise to see thousands of Gray Whales migrate down the coast. Hornblower and Flagship both have cruises led by marine life experts from the Natural History Museum or the Birch Aquarium, so they can answer your questions and teach you about these fascinating mammals while you admire them jumping and playing in the ocean.
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San Diego's ideal weather, outdoor lifestyle and laid-back vibes have shaped the culture of the region, inspiring activities and enclaves suited to fit the needs of its vibrant communities. An example can be found in the neighborhood of UTC – an area...
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