Top Tips from San Diego's Top Bloggers

Top Tips from San Diego's Top Bloggers, flickr:peasapSan Diego is an awesome place to visit anytime of year with plenty of world class attractions, beaches and, of course, its famously fabulous blue skies and warm weather. But it's not just the tourists who love this SOCAL city! San Diegans are an understandably proud bunch. Here's a look at five of San Diego's best blogs offering top tips with a local edge. Have fun!

In Love with San Diego

For fun tips from a proud local who's also an avid traveler, head over to the In Love with San Diego blog. ILWSD blogger Natasha is “truly intent on exploring this whole amazing world” and alongside her “soul mate, a man who is just as passionate about exploring new cultures” as she is she's “come to realize just how much we love coming home to San Diego.”

So many reasons to love San Diego! Natasha's “Why I Love San Diego” page offers excellent restaurant recommendations and ideas for seeing the area's most interesting landmarks.

Kirbie's Cravings

Kirbie'sCravings
is a food blog based in San Diego, sharing dining experiences “mainly in San Diego, but also in Los Angeles, Orange County, the Bay Area and anywhere else we travel to” as well as recipes, and info about food products.

Craving some local flavor? From Filipino fast food to the tastiest fish tacos and the city's best fine dining, there's plenty of recs to whet your appetite?

San Diego Blog – the Official Tourism Blog of San Diego

What to do, where to stay when to go from the official tourism blog for San Diego – plus lots of up to date details on the best that sunny San Diego has to offer its visitors.

Go local and check out the San Diego Blog's Insider Tips posts to see how San Diego residents go about having a good time around town.

San Diego Moms Blog

Planning a visit to San Diego with the little ones? Be sure to give the San Diego Moms blog a look. With a stated mission “to get helpful information into the hands of new moms in San Diego and bring opportunities for moms to connect with others going through similar experiences,” you're bound to discover oodles of quality advice on family friendly venues and attractions along with plenty of suggestions for things to do with children in and around the San Diego area.

For guaranteed family fun, the San Diego Moms blog recommends the “Dining with Shamu” experience at Seaworld.

San Diego Songbird

San Diego Songbird is a “Southern California lifestyle blog by Julia Wheeler” chock full of posts about fashion, shopping, interiors, music, vintage, San Diego and “other hood rat stuff.”

For the sound of San Diego, have a click around SDS's music posts

 

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