Celebrate the Chinese New Year in San Diego

2015 is the Year of the Goat. Or is it the ram? People call this year, according to the Lunar New Year, either the Year of the Goat, Sheep, or Ram; this stems from a lack of specification in the original Chinese character which is used for all three animals, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported on February 18.

Regardless of any confusion over this year’s symbolic animal, there will be a swath of Chinese New Year celebrations in San Diego this year, including traditional food, firecrackers, and Lucky Lion dancers.

These festivities and more can be experienced and watched on Friday and Saturday, February 27 and 28 at Barnard Elementary School in Fogg Street, Pacific Beach; Sea World San Diego in Mission Bay, and Club M at The Grand Del Mar in Grand del Mar Way.

Situated in San Diego, California, Mission Beach has one of the most pristine beaches in the world. Should you chance to be in the area either for business or pleasure, try renting one of our South Mission Beach condominiums or townhouses to experience a one-of-a-kind and memorable trip. Please feel free to fill out this contact information sheet to learn more.

Gaslamp Quarter packed with “Fat Tuesday” event-goers

Around 20,000 tourists were expected to come to the Gaslamp Quarter on February 17, “Fat Tuesday,” for the annual San Diego Mardi Gras block party, CNS reported.

Every year, the event consists of fun-filled activities, including this year the live music performance of DJ Snoopadelic, among others. Also, watch out for food and drink specials at over 20 restaurants and bars that gathered in the area for this occasion.

The event showcased a New Orleans-style parade, with extravagant floats displayed along Fifth Avenue.

The festivities started at 5 p.m. and were expected to run all the way until midnight. Ticket sales proceeds will benefit the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Society.

Mission Bay in San Diego is home to pristine beaches, idyllic boardwalks, and rich culture. If you are visiting San Diego and you need lodging services, learn more about our South Mission Beach townhouse or condominium rental services by filling out the contact information form on this page or call 858-488-7100.

San Diego attractive for tourists

ABC News recently reported that San Diego is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. Tourism has reached “a record high” recently, and there are endless sights to see and enjoy.

According to ABC, 2014 saw 33 million people visit the San Diego area. Some come for the beach, others for the zoo, still others for the eclectic and laid back restaurant and night scenes. There seems to be something for everyone in the San Diego area, including a visit to the South Mission Beach area. Located near dozens of local attractions, South Mission Beach is popular in the summer months; however, you might be able to take advantage of far fewer tourists in the winter months and benefit from the mild weather and beautiful view.

Maybe you want to visit San Diego and the South Mission Beach area when it’s not full of tourists? Now is the perfect time. Just make sure that you have somewhere lovely to stay, near the local attractions that are so popular (and less populated during the winter months). Consider learning more about the South Mission Beach condominiums by speaking with one of our local representatives. You can easily reach us by calling 858-488-7100 today.

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