Old Town was created in 1769 as California’s first settlement. It is currently the heart of the historic district of San Diego. Old Town still gives off that authentic market feel with old time Californian Ambiance. Old Town is just across the street from the San...

The USS Midway began operating as an aircraft carrier on September 10, 1945, just after WWII. She was decommissioned in 1992 which distinguishes her as one of the longest-serving aircraft carriers in the U.S. Navy. She was the 41st aircraft carrier built in the U.S....

The Coastline in La Jolla (pronounce La Hoya) are nothing short of breathtaking! The 1 ½ mile walk alongside the beach is out of this world. My favorite part was the Children’s Pool, or the “Casa” in local lingo. It is a tiny cove that...

I went to Palm Springs because I was looking for a relaxing destination, which it is. Many elderly people tend to go there in the winter for the dry desert warmth, so it may have a boring name. But contrary to popular belief, there...

The Indian Canyons are comprised of 3 different Canyons: the Andreas Canyon, Murray Canyon and the Palm Canyon. The 1.2 mile Andreas Canyon loop hike take visitors through world’s second largest Fan Palm Oasis. Just north of the bridge is an Information Board where the trail...

The JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa is famous for the beautiful flamingos out on the front lawn. The JW Mariott is located in a tranquil oasis of 200,000 square feet, offering rooms and five sparkling outdoor pools, two championship golf courses, a state-of-the-art spa...

Located in the scenic desert setting, the 86,000 square foot Palm Springs Air Museum has one of the world’s largest collection of flyable aircrafts from WWII, Korea and Vietnam. The museum houses over 59 vintage flying and static aircrafts. It was opened to the...

Please wait...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Want to be notified when we have special things to share? Enter your email address and name below to be the first to know.