Downtown San Diego has parks galore. One of my favorite family activities is to take the boys over to Seaport Village to play by the water. It is amazing to see how much fun we can have with bubbles and a breeze.
The boys also enjoy the view of "The Blue Bridge". That is there term for the Coronado Bridge. Blue is one of their favorite colors.
There are always plenty of people enjoying the weather and the breezes from the Bay. I usually pack a lunch and a few toys. It is easy to join in with other folks and blow bubbles, fly kites or share rides on a scooter.
Seaport Village is undergoing a transformation. It is being remodeled into a more resident friendly location. It is not going to be primarily courting the tourist dollar. Given the staycations most of us are taking these days, the more we invest in our local attractions - especially the parks - appeals to me. Seattle's Pike Place Market is the model for a new market and park that appeals to locals. If you are in 92101 and looking for a pleasant afternoon that does not put a squeeze onto your budget, head over to SeaPort Village. The breezes are free. BYOB = Bring Your Own Bubbles.
Colleen K. Cotter @ 619.804.6840
Managing Partner of www.mySanDiegoAgent.com
Broker Associate of Keller Williams Realty