Showing posts from June, 2020

Where to Watch Fireworks in San Diego this Fourth of July!

Many planned fireworks shows around San Diego County have been cancelled due to the pandemic, but there are a few places still planning on lighting up our skies this year! El Cajon: The July 4 th Independence Day Fireworks show will still go on as planned at 9:00pm from John F. Kennedy Park, however there will be no gatherings allowed at the park. Poway: Poway’s 4 th of July Fireworks Show will go off simultaneously from Poway High School and the city’s Sportsplex in the South Poway Business Park at 9:00pm. Cars with parking permits will be allowed to watch fireworks from Lake Poway, but unfortunately those permits are sold out. Vista: You can buy tickets to Vista’s July 4 th Fireworks 2020: Brengle Terrace Park Show. Tickets will only be sold in person at the VisTix/Recreation Office at the Civic Center. Tickets will be available to non-vist

La Jolla Hotels

If you come to stay in La Jolla, ca you’re going to want to visit the Windansea beach. From activities like surfing, sunbathing, exploring tide pools and visiting the local restaurants it is an incredibly fun place to be. Windansea beach is extremely popular for its surfing. In fact, there is an annual surf competition hosted by the Windansea Surf Club. The tide pools are also a great attraction with curious creatures such as lobsters, sea fauna and different types of shellfish you are sure to find something interesting! After a long and exciting day in the sun you are going to want to grab a bite to eat, good thing there are some amazing nearby restaurants to choose from. Some of the most popular restaurants are the trendy “The Promiscuous Fork” serving new American food, “Café Vahik” a bright blue café serving soups, salads, grilled paninis and espresso coffee, and last but certainly not least is “Nautilus Tavern” a very laid back, mod restaurant with indoor-outdoor