Petco Park Tour in San Diego

San Diego is a baseball city with a stadium right in the heart of downtown. If you happen to be there when a game is going on, then be sure to grab a ticket as it is electric being in the city during a game. If your not there when the Padre’s are playing, it […]

Spruce Street Suspension Bridge: Historic Footbridge in San Diego

  One of the elements I like about San Diego is how a lot of the historic charm of the city’s past is still on display today. The Spruce Street Suspension Bridge is one of these spots. The bridge was built in simpler times (1912) when a small canyon like this was best crossed via […]

Maritime Museum of San Diego: Exploring Old Ships in San Diego Bay

Located in the bay, right near downtown San Diego, the San Diego Maritime Museum is one of my favorite places to explore in the city. This museum comprises 8 – 10 different boats that you can board and traverse, much like the Maritime Historical Park in San Francisco. The boats range from a submarine and […]

Belmont Park: Wooden Roller Coaster & Rides in Mission Beach

Belmont Park, in San Diego’s Mission Beach area, is a beachfront amusement park that opened in the 1920’s. Much like the boardwalk in Santa Cruz, Belmont Park has been entertaining children and adults for almost a century. While it is much more commercial now then it used to be, it is still a great place to […]

Eagle Cliff Mine in Joshua Tree National Park

Eagle Cliff Mine is one of my favorite places in Joshua Tree National Park, and one of the most well maintained old mining homesteads I have seen. Because of that, this post will not be a traditional post where I give step by step directions to find the mine. If you want to see it, […]

Desert Queen Mine in Joshua Tree National Park

Desert Queen Mine is located pretty much in the center of Joshua Tree National Park. The trail is popular, even though it is located down a dirt road, and the short path can lead you to an overlook, or you can explore the mine up close. You can also use this hike as a jumping […]

Key’s Desert Queen Ranch Tour in Joshua Tree National Park

Located in the heart of Joshua Tree National Park, Key’s Ranch (AKA Desert Queen Ranch) is an incredibly well-maintained homestead only accessible via a 90 minute guided tour. It’s one of those spots that I didn’t even know existed in the park and something that I highly recommend you visit if you get the chance. […]

Walt Disney Concert Hall and Gardens in Downtown Los Angeles

As one of the most recognizable buildings in Downtown LA, the Walt Disney Concert Hall attracts thousands of visitors each day. While seeing a concert in it is something you must do if you are a symphony fan, just exploring the grounds and marveling at the architecture is something you can do for free daily. […]

Avila Adobe: Oldest House in Los Angeles

Right in the heart of Olvera St, sits the Avila Adobe, which holds the record for being the oldest house in Los Angeles. It was built in 1818 and is open to the public to visit for free each day. It doesn’t take more than 15-20 minutes to see, but it is worth the stop […]

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles

The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is a historic church located in the heart of Downtown LA. It is close to many of the main attractions like the Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Broad, and it is a beautiful and free place to check out, here is all the information. Details Free […]