After the long winter months, we are sure San Diego is ready to peel back all the layers of clothing and finally find the chance to head outdoors for some fun! Spring time in San Diego is all about endless beautiful beaches, picnics in the parks and enjoying a languid time together with family and friends in a local attraction. Somehow, with spring in the air, the blossoms are out in full bloom while the animal exhibits in zoos and aquariums are also more active.
The first thing that comes to mind at the mere mention of ‘vacation’ and ‘San Diego’ would be the beaches but did you know that the casino strips here in San Diego are also world class stuff and definitely deserves the same level of attention as the beaches. One may not like gambling or think that chances of hitting the jackpot is way too low but there are plenty of things to eat, drink and do in the casinos, so you don’t have to be interested in gambling to visit a San Diego casino.
Have you seen those videos available on Youtube about wedding couples marching, dancing and whopping their way down the aisle? The thing about doing something out of the ordinary like that is that it takes a couple of things for it to work (and for it to be Youtube worthy)...and they are commitment, cooperation from everyone (and I mean everyone, including parents, siblings, elders, church and of course, the spouse), effort and creativity. If you have all the above-mentioned agreement, then by all means, go for it. The main goal is to leave something for your family and friends to remember your wedding by.
You may not believe that the Mingei International Museum in San Diego was built back in 1978 because of how great it looks on the outside but this non-profit institution has been around for more than thirty years. The founder of the museum is Martha Longenecker who was a pottery master craftsman and who went to Japan to further deepen her understanding about the art. She came back inspired enough to found this museum.