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Secrets in San Diego Year end Recap 2010 Part 2

This is part 2 in recapping 2010 of Secrets in San Diego. I think that my favorite part besides eating all the yummy food was going to new places and sharing my adventures with friends. It is always nice to

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Coronado revisited at night

Last year, I wrote of the Hotel Del Coronado ice skating rink and how it was my first time at the hotel. This year, I felt that like I knew the hotel like the back of my hand. A few

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Unconditional Surrender

How was not I aware of this 25 ft. sculpture? This sculpture by J. Seward Johnson is aptly named Unconditional Surrender, I guess it is on loan till today (glad I saw it yesterday). I have passed by the USS

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San Diego Food Truck Movement

In light of my addiction to Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race“,  I want to give the lowdown on the local San Diego Food Truck Movement. I find it fascinating that food trucks can provide gourmet food and drinks

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Secret Garden Tour of Old La Jolla

Last Saturday, I experienced the twelfth annual Secret Garden Tour of Old La Jolla. The proceeds of this event benefits the La Jolla Historical Society. This event is held every year in different homes in La Jolla. The catch…the homes are not

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One Bathroom in Legoland

The last time I was at Legoland was probably over ten years ago when it first opened. Since then, they have added numerous rides, and made the park a lot larger. Before, I could go through the whole park in

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Posted in Carlsbad, Theme Park, Wandering

Carlsbad Flower Fields – Guest Post by Natalie Wardel

I just returned from my second trip to the Carlsbad Flower Fields. I am always amazed at how many San Diego residents have missed out on seeing this treasure! There is something about walking among fresh blooms that just puts

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The Chula Vista Nature Center

The Chula Vista Nature Center is a little gem in San Diego County. The whole experience is so nice, you park your car in a nearby parking lot, then you hop aboard a MTS Sponsored shuttle bus for a short

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Tara Donovan Exhibit at MCASD

On Sunday, I ventured out to MCASD Downtown. I wanted to go see Tara Donovan’s exhibit one last time. Her use everyday objects in her art are phenomenal, she brings out the richness, depth, and texture in HUGE form. The

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The Hotel Del Coronado

I moved to San Diego in 1996. Thirteen years without going inside the Hotel Del Coronado. I find this way too long. I finally went to the “Hotel Del” or “The Del” yesterday for the very first time. The first

Posted in Coronado, Landmark, Wandering

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