12 SoCal Spots for Kids Who Love Animals

12 SoCal Spots for Kids Who Love Animals

Coronado Beach Resort recently met kid blogger Gabriella and her mom Heather during their visit to our resort. Gabriella loves animals more than anything, and we were so inspired by her enthusiasm that we decided to do a round-up of all our favorite animal spots in Southern California.  ...
The Perfect Julian Day Trip

The Perfect Julian Day Trip

Fall weather is still weeks away for most of Southern California. But in Julian, a historic gold mining town about 1.5 hours from Coronado, now is the best time to visit. The days are still warm with temperatures in the 70s, but you’ll get a taste of fall in...
What’s New at the San Diego Zoo?

What’s New at the San Diego Zoo?

If you haven’t visited the San Diego Zoo recently, now’s the time to go! Located in Balboa Park just 15 minutes from Coronado Beach Resort, the Zoo always has something new.   Babies, Babies, Babies!   The Zoo is always announcing new births. Stop by the hippo pool to...
12 Age-Specific Tips for Traveling with Children

12 Age-Specific Tips for Traveling with Children

“In America there are two classes of travel: first class, and with children.” –Robert Benchley  When traveling, expect the unexpected. Whether it’s a last-minute flight delay or forgetting to pack your toothbrush, something is sure to catch you by surprise. The potential for mishaps only increases when traveling with...
Where to Splurge When Staying in Coronado

Where to Splurge When Staying in Coronado

No San Diego vacation is complete without a little shopping. Whether you’re looking for seashells, sunglasses, or a new bathing suit, you’re sure to find just the thing in one of the stores in and around Coronado Island. Spend a leisurely afternoon strolling Orange Avenue. Or head to Horton...
8 Secrets of San Diego’s Craft Beer Scene

8 Secrets of San Diego’s Craft Beer Scene

It’s no secret that San Diego County’s beer scene is exploding. For an introduction to the industry, many area restaurants and bars offer an impressive list of local brews, or you can opt for a guided brewery tour to see the action up close. Of course, no trip to...
A Sporting Good Time: Test Your Athletic Limits in Coronado

A Sporting Good Time: Test Your Athletic Limits in Coronado

Did you know that the first official triathlon was held in San Diego in 1974? The city’s calm bays and temperate climate made it the perfect place to swim, bike and run—and that tradition continues today in the numerous triathlons, marathons, half marathons, and 5Ks hosted in and around...
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