Sometimes economics can make no sense. If you add up the costs of gasoline, food, ferry fees and a night or two at a hotel during a road trip from San Diego, California to Victoria, British Columbia, you likely would be very pleased if you could do it for $180 in a car.
That is the amount that Holland America is charging for a 3-night cruise aboard the Oosterdam. Instead of sitting behind the wheel of a car listening to bad AM talk radio and occasionally stopping to eat Doritos at ... [read more]
Date:March 8th, 2007
Here is a cool vacation idea for you. Fly to San Francisco and spend a couple of days exploring one of the United States’ most unique cities. After you tire of urban life, rent a car preferably a red convertible – and drive down the California coast along Highway 101. You’ll see some spectacular scenery, have the opportunity to feast on some excellent food, and enjoy the sunshine radiating off of the Pacific Ocean.
By the time you reach San Diego you’ll be ready for a change of pace. ... [read more]
Date:February 15th, 2007
There is a reason why San Diego continues to attract more and more residents each year. The city is lovely. Darned lovely.
Its year-round perfect weather, access to beautiful beaches, increasingly vibrant downtown life and proximity to Mexico also make it a wonderful place to visit for a few days or even longer.
What is a traveler to do in San Diego?
Glad you asked. The city is chockfull of attractions including the San Diego Zoo. I used to think that it was merely a prop in the introduction of ... [read more]
Date:February 8th, 2007
San Diego is the United States 7th most popular destination. It’s year round good weather, beaches, majestic parks, perfect sunsets, world-famous activities, world-class shopping and cultural events draw visitors from all over. San Diego is a big city and there’s plenty to do there for people with all kinds of interests. If “life is a beach,” then San Diego is the place to be, with 70 miles of sand lie more than 33 beaches. There is a beach for the surfer, the snorkeler, the sightseer, the shopper, the sunbather and ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006