Things to do this week in San Diego

Head to NTC Park at Liberty Station to indulge in some of San Diego’s best food trucks and live musical performances on Saturday, January 7 at the San Diego Beer Fest.

“Beau Jest,” a musical that focuses on the adventure novel written by P.C. Wren, Beau Geste, is about the adventures of three English brothers who enlist in the French Foreign Legion. The show will play all month until Sunday, February 12 at the Lamb’s Players Theatre on 1142 Orange Avenue in Coronado. Beau Geste was last performed at the Coronado theater in 1998. What’s more, DJ group WeAreTreo, composed of Ace Future, Trevor Shawn, and Spencer Regan performed on Friday, January 6 at Omnia San Diego.

We will answer your questions within 24 hours and are sincerely enthusiastic about helping your dream vacation come true! Fill out this contact information sheet to find out more about our townhouse and condominium renting services or to make reservations for your trip to Mission Beach.

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.

At South Mission Beach, you can enjoy the same luxuries as President Obama. Our townhouses and condominiums provide comfortable rooms that are conveniently located, so that you can get the most out of your vacation. Fill out a contact sheet above to book your stay today!

SeaWorld makes big expansion plans for orca habitat

The California Coastal Commission is gearing up to discuss SeaWorld‘s “Blue World” project in the fall, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune on July 26.

The park’s plan proposes a $100 million dollar renovation to the current habitat housing its orcas that would expand it to 350 feet long, provide depths up to 50 feet, and include a fast-water current for the whales to swim against. In addition to the expansion, SeaWorld has pledged $10 million for research on orcas in the wild.

As it is now, the park has been accredited by two major zoological associations and is inspected at least once a year by federal agencies. SeaWorld officials say the “Blue World” project would be a fantastic improvement to the whales’ current habitat, as it would more accurately address their physical, mental, and behavioral needs. The new habitat would provide park-goers with an excellent view of the orcas without compromising the animals’ happiness.

SeaWorld’s San Diego park is located a short ten minute drive from South Mission Beach, and the route is serviced by a bus that picks up and drops off every fifteen minutes. Experience SeaWorld while staying at our luxury condominiums on the beach. Fill out the contact form on this page to book your stay or learn more today.

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.

San Diego attractions: La Jolla Art & Wine Festival, Little Italy Festa

The weekend of October 11, San Diego once again celebrated the annual La Jolla Art & Wine Festival that served as a fundraiser for technology, on-site medical care, art, music, science, and physical education at local schools, the Times of San Diego reported.

The festival, which is one of the most celebrated events on the West Coast as attested by art and wine aficionados, showcased art works from over 150 artists from Southern and Baja California, and wine and beer from the top wineries and breweries around the world.

Little Italy Festa was also commemorated last weekend between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., giving attendees to the festivities in Little Italy the sights, the sounds, and the tastes of the European city with Italian cuisine, music, and art.

South Mission Beach, a scenic tourist spot in San Diego, California is also home to stylish yet laid-back condominiums and townhouses where travelers and sight-seers can stay for the night after a day of immersing themselves in San Diego culture. Fill out this contact information sheet or 858-488-7100 to make a reservation.

Seeing the Zoo and Staying in Style

The San Diego Zoo is one of the city’s most popular attractions. The animals and the atmosphere make for family-friendly entertainment that can go on for days.

If you are planning a trip to the city to see the zoo, one of the most important things about your trip is deciding where to stay. Staying too close to the zoo can mean uncomfortable traffic, prices that are too high, and too many people; instead, consider staying at the South Mission Beach condominiums. They are conveniently located near the beach, and are only a short distance from the San Diego Zoo. You can benefit from comfort and convenience without having to face high prices and too many tourists.

Where you stay is as important as what you do when it comes to enjoying your stay in San Diego. Fortunately, the representative at South Mission Beach can tell you all about your spacious, luxurious, comfortable, and most importantly, affordable condominium options when you call us today at 858-488-7100 to learn more.

Athletic events help San Diego economy and tourism

In a study done by the National University System Institute for Policy Research senior policy analyst Vince Vasquez, endurance events in San Diego, such as marathons and triathlons, generated a significant economic impact and created around 583 employment opportunities in 2013, KPBW reported on August 11.

Vasquez said the athletic and health lifestyle fits with San Diego culture, and such events gain large amounts of support each year. He noted that each person or family who comes in from out of town spends money in San Diego, at restaurants, tourist sites, hotels, and more.

San Diego’s mild and attractive weather makes it possible for the city to host marathons all-year round, and over a hundred thousand people come to these events each year.

The townhouses and condominiums at South Mission Beach are the perfect way to experience the beauty and culture of San Diego. Whether a place to stay when you’re participating in a marathon, or just to sight-see and relax with your family, our luxury rental homes never fail to disappoint. Fill out the contact form at the top of this page or call 858-488-7100 to learn more about what we have to offer.

Hillcrest CityFest August 12th

The 28th annual Hillcrest City Fest will be held next weekend, Sunday August 12th, from 12pm to 10:30pm on University and 5th Avenue. This community event draws in more than 150,000 attendees who come together to celebrate the history and spirit of Hillcrest.

More than 250 vendors and seven local bands will hit the streets next weekend. Attendees can also enjoy delicious local food, arts and crafts, games, activities, and a beer garden.

After the sun goes down, adults 21 years and older can stick around for Cityfest Night. Four live DJs will perform under the famous Hillcrest sign until 10:30. Want more? Those with CityFest wristbands get in free to the Official Cityfest After Party at Rich’s.

If you are considering visiting San Diego for either business or pleasure, book your stay at the South Mission Beach Condominiums to ensure a relaxing trip.

South Park’s Summer of Love Walkabout

This Saturday South Park will be holding its second Walkabout of the year, the Summer of Love. South Park holds four annual Walkabouts, including the Spring Walkabout in March, the ArtOberfest in October, and the Holiday Walkabout in December.

If you’ve never been to San Diego’s historic South Park neighborhood, this evening festival is a great way to discover the area’s independently owned cafes, restaurants, boutiques, gift shops, markets, and art galleries.

Explore on foot or on trolleys. The walking tour begins at 6:30, and the free trolley tour on a historic San Diego streetcar starts at 6:00. For more information about South Park and the Summer of Love Walkabout, visit

Looking for a place to stay in San Diego this summer? Stay at South Mission Beach condominiums. To book your condo, call 858-413-6422 today.

The perks of Petco Park

Petco Park is a great attraction in San Diego, largely due to the fact that it is home to the San Diego Padres. This Major League Baseball team draws large crowds, who are more than happy to take a seat inside this ballpark.

Baseball season is accompanied by great weather in the San Diego area, and Petco Park offers numerous different seating options to provide spectators with the best experience. Another fan favorite at this ballpark is the food. The food at this park is a notch above the rest because it goes above and beyond typical baseball cuisine.

The types of food that have won fans over include: carne asada fries, brisket, fish and chips, steak sandwiches, and fish tacos. Petco Park also allows spectators to bring in their own sealed food products in order to enjoy family picnics or even to save money.

This ballpark is just one of the numerous San Diego attractions that draw large crowds to the area. If you are planning your trip to San Diego, make sure to contact a South Mission Beach condominium rental agent today by calling 858-413-6422 today.





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