Here are 10 fun things to do in San Diego this weekend (March 2 and March 3, 2013): Feel the Beats of the World at the Mingei International Museum. From 1pm to 3pm on Saturday, they have an international drum festival going on with beats from African and Middle Eastern drums. Learn more here. Eat
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San Diego museums offer free admission to San Diego City and County residents and active Military and their dependents on Tuesdays every month. Because of city funding, each museum offers one Tuesday per month free. Here’s the schedule: First Tuesday Reuben H. Fleet Science Center Centro Cultural de la Raza San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Normal Heights is a pretty cool area of San Diego. Founded in 1906, it’s artsy, hip and a fun community to take part in. If you want to spend the afternoon on Adams Avenue between the 15 and 805, here are 5 cool places to check out: Pilgrimage of the Heart. Do you like yoga?
10 things to do in San Diego over February 23 and February 24, 2013: Watch the San Diego State Aztecs defeat Nevada on Saturday at 3pm. Got tickets? Can we have them? If not, watch at Woodstock’s Pizza near State. Enjoy the KuumbaFest and celebrate African-American culture and heritage. Check out their website. View Marianela
San Diego gets barely any rain. For natives like us (or maybe only us…), rain is a novelty that’s savored as much as possible. We look forward to the forecast when rain’s on the way; we sip tea while the rain sprinkles throughout the city. We even milk the after rain experience when the city
Hiking is great fun. You get to experience nature, breathe in fresh air, burn calories and feel rugged all at the same time. And depending on who you’re with or where you go, it can be just as easy and fulfilling as a social visit to Starbucks. Here are some great hikes in San Diego
The Wanderer Guides loves San Diego and we want all visitors to be able to explore San Diego in the best way possible. We connect San Diego’s attractions with San Diego’s visitor hubs to ensure all visitors are armed with resources galore to put their best tourist boot forward as they discover the great San