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Take 5: Top Things To Do in Coronado

Often referred to as an island but really a peninsula, Coronado can be found between the San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean, just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego. There is an assortment of things to do in Coronado, which can be reached via land by driving across the Coronado Bridge, or by sea aboard the Coronado Ferry. Voted the best beach in the U.S. by Dr. Beach in 2012, “The Crown City” offers miles of sand and waves and is also home to unique shops, historical sites, theaters and galleries.

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New San Diego Craft Cocktail Bar Opens

To complement a culinary menu where “craft and catch” converge, Snake Oil Cocktail Company has created a specialty cocktail list for San Diego’s highly anticipated new dining concept and craft cocktail bar, Tidal, now open. With Chef Amy DiBiase at the helm, Tidal offers a thoughtfully curated selection of local seafood and seasonal dishes in a panoramic waterfront setting on Mission Bay. 

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Paradise Point

I stayed at the Paradise Point Resort June of 2013. The weather wasn't that great. We spent too much money on taxi fare. Not to mention one taxi driver couldn't find the beach we wanted to go to and stopped and had me ask for directions. We were charged extra for him being"lost." The Resort itself was great. I really enjoyed making a fire along the beach. The food was great. We at the Baleen which had the best pork chops I have ever had. The Barefoot Grill had amazing steaks. My boyfriend laughs at me still to this day about how I tried to take back to Colorado the food. I would go back and stay again.

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New Beachfront Restaurant In San Diego

Chef Amy DiBiase’s highly anticipated new beachfront restaurant in San Diego, Tidal, will launch on April 10 on the west shore of Paradise Point Resort & Spa’s 44-acre island. Set in what was once a private home in the 1960s, the new 3,000-sq. ft. restaurant will offer panoramic waterfront dining on San Diego’s Mission Bay.

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Weekend Paradise

My family and I were looking for somewhere nice to stay for my birthday weekend. We stumbled upon Paradise Point from www.travelocity.com/and as habit is I look for the hotel direct website. When I first found Paradise Points website I couldn’t believe my eyes in what I was seeing for the prices I saw on Travelocity. I googled as many images as I could and I thought I was looking at something tropical. It wasn’t until we drove up to the place and saw for our own eyes that it is possible to drive from Los Angeles to Hawaii. The lush gardens and exquisite lagoons and ponds bring the tropics to the mainland. We stayed for the weekend and could not get enough. I highly recommend, if visiting San Diego or live in San Diego and looking for a getaway; to make the effort to stay at Paradise Point you will not be disappointed.

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Top Activities for Small Meetings in San Diego

With over 11,000 hotel rooms and a 2.6 million-square-foot convention center, San Diego is a major conference destination. But don’t let the numbers fool you.  A laid-back attitude, weather and aptitude for mixing business and pleasure make this big city the perfect setting for small meetings.  Lower costs, flexible schedules and access to more intimate experiences are advantages to executive gatherings, but deciding on activities for small groups in a destination full of major attractions and points of interest can be daunting.  

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Take 5: Top Things To Do in North Park

Often referred to as one of San Diego’s up-and-coming neighborhoods, North Park is a culturally diverse area with an assortment of galleries, lifestyle boutiques, coffee shops, trendy bars and innovative restaurants. The hipster neighborhood is home to one of San Diego’s best art and culture districts, and an eclectic population that’s leading the progressive scene in the city. Wander amongst the craftsman-style homes and craft breweries that line the streets of this community northeast of Balboa Park, and you’ll find plenty of things to do in North Park.  

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