Obama’s agenda includes down time in San Diego

United States President Barrack Obama visited San Diego, California on October 10 and 11 to indulge in a few of the relaxing activities that most visitors enjoy in the area: playing golf and engaging in some quality rest and relaxation.

Obama held no public events during his time in San Diego. It was obviously a relaxed visit, as the President showed up in shorts with a couple of other players at Torrey Pines to practice his golf moves.

The White House did not reveal publicly where the president stayed, but it is rumored that he took up a room at the Ranch Santa Fe, arriving on Saturday night after Air Force One landed at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar earlier that day.

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Foodies, wine enthusiasts prepare for this year’s San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival

This year, San Diego residents and tourists alike can get ready for this year’s San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival from November 17 to November 23, which will include 21 food, wine, beer, and cooking events.

Among the events featured in the festival is the popular $150 Stella Artois beer dinner at Tidal which showcases meat aficionados from The Heart & Trotter in North Park.

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival co-producer Michelle Metter said the festival will include up-and-coming chefs such as David Bull of Congress in Austin, Texas and Makoto Okuma of Bal Harbour, Florida, noting “we’re not afraid of bringing in chefs that people don’t know about.”

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San Diego Halloween attractions and haunts

With Halloween weekend coming soon, there are all sorts of thrills and attractions to explore in and around San Diego.  If your family likes a thrill, haunted houses are abound starting with Mira Mesa Theater Guild’s “Monster Manor” on Mira Mesa Blvd.  “Monster Manor” has two exciting houses set up for the older (ages 13 and up) and younger (ages 2-10) children.  For more information, go to www.monstermanor.org

At the Del Mar Fairgrounds, three attractions are running at the “Scream Zone.” The attractions are divided into the Haunted Hayride, House of Horror, and The Chamber.  For more information, visit www.screamzone.org

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Start Halloween early with Haunted San Diego Tours

This October, see all the scary sights with the Haunted San Diego Tour. Wednesdays through Sundays, take the two hour walking and bus tour around some of the most haunted places in the city.

This storytelling adventure will take you to the Gaslamp District, a haunted mansion in Sherman Heights, San Diego’s oldest graveyard, and then take its last stop at what’s been dubbed “America’s Most Haunted Location.” Guides will retell spooky stories of people who have lived and died in the city in this haunted ride.

To learn more about the Haunted San Diego Ghost Tours, visit www.hauntedsandiegotours.com and buy your tickets today! The tours are great for families with children 10 and up.

If you’re going to be in San Diego this month, be sure to check out the haunted tour and book your accommodations with the San Diego condo rental agents of South Mission Beach at 858-449-7552.

San Diego tries to boost cruise ship business in area

San Diego is in the process of trying to resurrect their cruise ship business after many liners have began to lessen their presence in Mexico. San Diego is now searching for some type of replacements.

Officials with the San Diego Port have said that they have enjoyed their partnership with the ports in Mexico, but with the recent crime, people are not willing to pay the money to go and if they do, many stay on the boat.

Three cruise lines, including one that begins in San Diego, have canceled their stops to Mexico and soon nearly 14 million cruise lines will meet with officials at the port in Mexico to discuss the situation. San Diego wants their cruise line business to be built up to where it was.

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San Diego holds Jewish book fair this week

San Diego’s Jewish Community Center are having a book fair with multiple events for the whole family.

The events begin Wednesday with Mosab Hassan Yousef speaking about his book “Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue and Unthinkable Choices.” Thursday there are multiple events throughout the day beginning at 10 a.m. with a talk about “Capitalism and Jews.”

The events continue until 7:30 p.m. that evening. On Saturday Nov. 7, there is an event every hour throughout the day so that anyone can find something that they are interested in. The events continue until Nov. 16 giving members of the community plenty of time to fit the event in their schedule.

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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event helps raise awareness for domestic violence victims

Men in the San Diego are putting heels on to help raise awareness for domestic violence victims and raise money for the local YMCA domestic-violence programs.

The event is called Walk a Mile in Her Shoes and takes place on Sept. 30 and this is the third year that the event has taken place in San Diego. The event features hundreds of guys that will put on heels and strut a mile-long walk through the downtown area.

The programs that the event sponsors do not just help women financially, but the also help educate women that are in dangerous situations so that they do not go back to the relationship. The funds will help to provide housing, career counseling and psychological counseling to victims of domestic violence.

If you or a loved one is looking for a great place to visit, the San Diego area is perfect for all ages. Whether its the nice weather of the fascinating events that are always taking place, reserves spot a the South mission beach condos so that you do not miss out on the fun.





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