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One of my favorite things to do in San Diego, especially since I live in the Village of La Jolla, is to visit The Lodge at Torrey Pines to eat, drink, golf and be merry. The hotel is top-notch with the look and feel of a world-class handcrafted cabin. The entire...

What It's Like Building A Startup In San DiegoSan Diego is best known for it's beaches, craft beer, biotech, and Qualcomm, but there's something brewing here besides double IPAs.

Three years ago I published "Reasons to Move From Silicon Valley to LA". In the...

If you want to enjoy all that the Pacific Ocean has to offer in San Diego, the Hornblower cruise is for you.  It’s one of the top things to show out-of-towners and I’ve even scheduled business meetings on a Whale Watching tour, what better way to talk shop than that...

Happy New Year! You have another chance to create new resolutions, complete your goals and celebrate life. Add some fun to your list of things to accomplish and incorporate sunny beach visits beautiful mountain excursions and downtown San Diego explorations. Check...

San Diego is very so spoiled with the great weather and exciting excuersions. One of them being whale watching, and there is no better whale watching than our own San Diego Bay. 

 

Check out the Hornblower's Winter Whale Watching Report and make a trip...

Guide to Christmas Events in San Diego

San Diego is notoriously known for having year round great weather and the winter time is no exception. Although it can sometimes be quite cold, there are days where the sun is shinning and the warmth tricks you into thinking it's summer time again. Be sure a pack a...

Thanksgiving in San Diego
Let's talk turkey. Just because Thanksgiving bobs around every year doesn't necessarily mean you have to celebrate it the same way each year; under-cooking the turkey, overcooking the yams while keeping all your relatives from discussing politics. Now we don't want you...

Crisp, cool air marks the beginning of one of the best seasons of the year. People across the U.S. are preparing for sweater weather and holidays such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and New Year’s. As we begin to cuddle with loved ones with...

It is seen as the unofficial end of summer weekend that you enjoy with friends and family. We all relish in that extra day off to recognize the American labor movement and its contributions to the strength and prosperity of this great country. Labor Day is a time to...

5 Ways to Beat the Heat in San Diego! 

We all saw the reports of the heat wave coming to San Diego and were thoroughly confused. It's AUGUST! Fall is right around the corner, so why is the weather punishing us? With pumpkin spiced everything promising a...

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