San Diego For The Holidays: Surprising New Activities For The Family To Enjoy!
I have often heard people talk about vacation spots that are worth the first visit but not a second. And yet, whenever I think of my vacation in San Diego, I always look forward to when I could go back again. I have asked some of my friends who have visited San Diego and here are a couple of the activities that they enjoyed while they were there. Some of these on the list I have tried myself while a lot of it I have yet to try.
If you plan to visit San Diego anytime this November or December, let me help you by providing you with a list of activities that you may want to try out yourself. You may want to add them on your list of things to do and try out while you’re in San Diego for the Holidays.
- The SoNo Park Holiday Fest will warm you up on cold winter nights. Some of the coolest local restaurants come together to compete in the annual chilli cook off. Go out there and enjoy fresh chilli served in beautifully-handcrafted ceramic bowls. You could also check out the wonderful creations of local artisans and listen to cool music by some of the best musicians in the area. This might just be one of the best places to be while having fun with family and friends in San Diego.
- Christmas celebration in San Diego will never be the same when you don’t get to celebrate it with Christmas in the Park in Poway. The event begins with a tree lighting ceremony, visits from Santa Clause, live music, theatre performances and Christmas train rides too. It is definitely the place to be when it’s Christmas time. It has got a lot more to offer, each year more exciting than the last.
- Thinking of having a White Christmas with the family? In San Diego, you only need an hour’s drive to Mount Laguna where a scenic view is waiting. Sled down the slopes, build snowmen with the kids and even have snow fights. This place is your heaven on earth during Christmas.
- Enjoy horse-drawn carriage rides while in downtown Escondido. Witness the spectacular view of Christmas celebrations in the stretch of Grand Avenue and Juniper Street. I have yet to try this ride but it promises to be an experience I will never forget. Perhaps riding it with family and friends would make it even more memorable.
San Diego still has got a lot to offer. In fact, the list might just go on and on. Tick items in the list when you’re done. You may also add some activities in the list that you and your family might enjoy. Perhaps what makes a San Diego Christmas celebration so fun is the fact that most of these activities come at no cost yet it leaves with you a heart full of happiness on Christmas day!