Thursday, June 21, 2018

A guide to San Diego


Recently I took a trip down to San Diego and had a blast while over there. I found so many fun, interesting, and unique things to do  there and thought it might be appropriate to share!

First things first: the beach. If you take a trip all the way down there and don't even bother going to the beach, then I believe you missed the point of going all together. The beach is very clean, and the sand is soft and warm. When thinking of California beaches, I usually think of gross sand, cold water, and millions of people. However, I was pleasantly surprised to be met with the exact opposite. It was nice, clean, and very beautiful.

Secondly, the food. There are such amazing places to eat all along the pacific beach boardwalk, and it's hard to choose a favorite. So, here is a highlight reel of all of my favorites:


  • Woody's located along the boardwalk, it's a small restaurant that is known for their amazing breakfast. Now, while I can attest that their breakfast is amazing, what's really a showstopper is their potatoes. From fries to rosemary seasoned potatoes, their fries are the best I have ever had. 
  • World's Famous now if you have ever been to San Diego you have probably  heard of this place. It's a very nice restaurant that is famous for their half priced appetizers. Their appetizers are very large and are a full meal. The food was AMAZING, and if I could, I would eat there everyday.
  • Better Buzzed Coffee this coffee shop is super popular and trendy right now, and rightfully so. I expected a wonderful atmosphere and some not so great coffee. Happily I can say that I was proven wrong, their honey latte is one the best lattes I have ever had (and I've had way too many). I would suggest stopping by there, snapping a few pics, and picking up a great coffee.
  • Lucky Donuts as a last minute decision we decided to go pick up some donuts to eat on the beach. This place had great reviews and seemed to be reasonably cheap. These donuts were so good and fluffy! For their price, the donuts were so delicious and had the best frosting.

Photo Ops: There are so many places to take pretty photos, and that was my personal favorite part of San Diego. All the houses were so brightly colored, which made the place seem very tropical and happy.  The sunsets were beautiful and were basically begging to be photographed. Here are few pictures we took while there!




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