Category Archives: San Diego Holidays


Southwest Airlines Gifts The Citizens of San Diego

Have you ever really wanted something awesome? Like an official Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle, and then when you crack open that wrapping paper you find socks? This morning Balboa Park, in collaboration with Southwest Airlines unveiled what was hiding in the gigantic present to the city of San Diego

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Ice Skating at Horton Plaza in San Diego #sandiego #winter #iceskating

Things To Do for Thanksgiving Weekend

Thanksgiving is almost here! Everyone in San Diego already has a lot to be thankful for (hello, no bad stormy weather! We hope for some rain though…). If you need some more inspiration, start planning fun things to do over the Thanksgiving holiday and weekend. Here are some fun and awesome things to do for

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Thanksgiving Dinner Without the Work! #thanksgiving #dinner #wholefoods

Where to Eat on Thanksgiving in San Diego (without having to cook!)

Does anyone else get lazy on Thanksgiving? We ate out on Thanksgiving one year. We stuffed our faces with no sweating over a hot oven or getting crampy legs from standing too long washing all the dishes. Basically, it was marvelous! If you want a similar experience, check the list below for places to eat

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San Diego Veteran's Day Activities.

Things To Do For Veterans Day Weekend

Veterans Day is next Monday…Make sure you honor and celebrate this special day! Here are some things to do for Veterans Day weekend in San Diego this year: Watch the San Diego Veterans Day Parade on Monday. Visit the San Diego Veterans Museum and Memorial Center. Join the San Marcos Veterans Day Ceremony on Monday.

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Whaley House Profile. #sandiego #whaleyhouse #ghosts #sdawesome

Museum Profile: Whaley House

“You know, a lot of people pooh-pooh it because they can’t see it. But there was something going on in that house.” –Regis Philbin (On Whaley House visit from the 60s) Whaley House History The Whaley House was built in 1857 by Mr. Thomas Whaley. Thomas Whaley was an entrepreneur in every sense of the

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San Diego Halloween Guide. #sandiego #halloween #sandiegoevents #skeleton #skeletoncartoon

The Best Halloween Parties, Events and Festivals in San Diego

“Eat, drink and be scary.” If the above quote describes your ideal October and Halloween, look no further than this guide. Here are the best Halloween parties, spooky events and Fall festivals in San Diego: 10/18-10/20: Del Mar Harvest Festival 10/18-10/19 Haunted Tales on the Star of India 10/19: Fall Harvest Festival at City Farmer’s Nursery

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Halloween Guide San Diego. #sandiego #cute #puppy #halloween

Halloween Tours, Trains and Treats in San Diego

San Diego may not be your typical New England town, but we have a good amount of Fall activities and Halloween happenings. Here’s some of the best Halloween tours, trains and treats in San Diego. Check back tomorrow for the best Halloween parties and festivals in San Diego! Tours Old Town Trolley Ghosts and Gravestones

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Pumpkin Patches in San Diego. #halloween, #pumpkins #cute

Get Your Pumpkins San Diego

“I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion.” –Henry David Thoreau Be just like Thoreau–here are the best places to get your pumpkins in San Diego: Bates Nut Farm: This place is awesome with rides, animals and a straw maze. I wish I

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Spooky San Diego 2013. #halloween #sandiego #haunted

Spooky San Diego 2013

October is here! Maybe it’s because my birthday’s in October but we at The Wanderer Guides think this month is the best of the year (don’t you agree?). With October comes Halloween and we all know what that means: lots of haunted trails, spooky houses and decked out amusement parks. Here’s your guide to haunted

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Labor Day San Diego 2013

Celebrate Labor Day San Diego 2013

“If all the cars in the United States were placed end to end, it would probably be Labor Day Weekend.” -Doug Larson It’s almost Labor Day weekend which means the end of Summer as we know it. It also means great fun, tasty food and interesting interactions with family and friends. Here’s a list of

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