San Diego Things to See and Do (If By Sea or By Two)

A Date to Remember: San Diego Things to See and Do for Two

Every years, couples from all over the world flock to San Diego on their honeymoons. With endless beaches, outdoor adventures, fine dining and a variety of cruise ships and yachts that depart from the San Diego Bay, a honeymoon in San Diego has something for everyone. San Diego has some amazing casual dining spots, or fancier if you prefer. The variety of neighborhoods makes San Diego Things to See and Do worth researching. For the casino loving couple, there’s an array to choose from, including Pechanga Resort and Casino and Harrah’s. If golf is more their cup of tee, there’s the Maderas Golf Club as well as Four Seasons Resort and Torrey Pines.

The first time I went to San Diego I was on a blind date. Perhaps this ages me a bit. This was before the age of online matches. Not that I’m judging. I’m just that old. The blind date turned out so well that I never looked back, partly because my future husband was so funny and charming, and partly because he was smart enough to choose a place to live like San Diego, where there’s always an abundance of nightlife. We had dinner in Ocean Beach, somewhere on Newport Avenue, and strolled down the Ocean Beach Pier surrounded by surfers salty from their day in the waves and clouds of incense from an array of antique dealers and record stores.

Baseball, Theme Parks & More! San Diego Things to See and Do

San Diego Things to See and DoWhen people visit San Diego, they’re usually in town for the theme parks, a baseball game or for a weekend trip from LA! Either way, San Diego or SD (as the locals may refer to it), is an awesome city to visit.

If you’re looking for family friendly things to do in San Diego, you’ve definitely chosen the right city. Legoland is great for toddlers and older children alike, the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park can take up to two days to complete, and you can’t forget to visit Sea World. The city of Anaheim, which located almost at a mid-point between a San Diego and Los Angeles trip, is home to Disneyland and California Adventure. So if you’re planning to drive the family up for the day, it’s pretty convenient. Maybe you’re on a trip with friends to San Diego… We recommend a good ol’ game of baseball with the San Diego Padres. Plus, the Petco Stadium in SD recently opened up new restaurants and bars local to the mom and pop shops in San Diego. Yummy!

For those of you seeking high thrills, there’s also a top ranking skydiving company in SD called Pacific Coast Skydiving in the southside of San Diego. Why do people rave about it? Not only can you tandem skydive with professionals with over 14 to 20 years of experience on the job (sounds pretty safe), but you get the most incredible and breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, California and Tijuana, Mexico from 13,000 feet above ground. It’s truly a life changing experience, if you haven’t tried to already.

From the best taco spots in Southern California, family friendly events in each corner of the city, top notch brewery taprooms (like Stone, Ballast Point and Modern Times) and a baseball mecca, San Diego’s coolest places to visit are waiting for you!