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It’s that time of year again…time for deep fried s’mores, endless infomercial demonstrations, and queezy rides.  Whether this is your cup of tea or not, this is an annual San Diego event that should not be missed…for the people watching alone.  And yes, anyone, young or old, is bound to have a good time, from the food to the gadgets, from the beer gardens, live music, rides, games, animals, and art shows, there truly is something for everyone.  And what better location to have a fair than in the gorgoues North County setting of Del Mar, situated off of Highway 101, right on the ocean.  My favorite “to do” is the Ferris-wheel at sunset….the views are breathtaking of the Pacific Ocean coastline.

Tip: Purchase fair tickets at any San Diego participating Albertson’s store and receive $2 off of admission, and if you can make it to the fair on a Tuesday, tickets are only $2 total!

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We are already midway through summer here in San Diego. Yet our best months are still yet to come (to me, mid-August through October are Southern California’s prime time of the year).

Looking for something to do, places to visit, events to attend? The summer lineup of events in San Diego does not fall short, and there is sure to be something for every one. Here are a few that seem worth mentioning… (more…)

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The flower fields in Carlsbad, California are a huge attraction every year during spring time in San Diego. It’s no wonder why….imagine 50 acres of nothing but rows of vivid, bold, beautiful, fresh, exquisite flowers. From afar, it looks as if a rainbow has landed and is laying flat on the earth. The Carlsbad flower fields is the only commercial Ranunclulus field in the world that is open the public (the Ranunclulus is a beautiful full, bright flower…see photo below).

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