With its iconic Golden Gate Bridge, steep streets and old streetcars, it’s a great place for visitors of all ages to revel in urban exploration. In this post, we share seven tips to help you plan your visit to San Francisco.
Last updated: September 14, 2019 On March 4, 2019, Paine Field (also known as Snohomish County Airport) began domestic commercial flight service. Located about 30 miles north of Seattle and 125 miles south of Vancouver, PAE – Paine Field Airport is a good option for those who want to avoid driving in Seattle traffic onContinue reading “Plan – Flying out of PAE – Paine Field on Alaska Airlines”
Tijuana, also known as “TJ” is a Mexican city that shares a border with the San Diego area via the San Ysidro border crossing. As Baja California’s largest city, it’s the starting point for those venturing down the Baja Peninsula as well as a popular day/weekend trip for others. On our last trip to SanContinue reading “24 Hours in Tijuana – A Guide”
The K Tower Hotel is a Mexican boutique hotel located in Tijuana’s financial district. Located beside its sister property, Hotel Lucerna, the K Tower Hotel is the adults-only contemporary luxury hotel in Tijuana. With rooms on about 12 floors, it is a high rise hotel also popular for its rooftop bar and sushi restaurant. TheContinue reading “24 Hours in Tijuana – Stay: A Review of the K Tower Boutique Hotel”
From low-key taco stands to modern and hipster’sih food truck gardens, and high end dining, you will need more than 24 hours to sample all of it in Tijuana. We barely got to visit all the places on our list and ended up trying places that weren’t. If there is one thing we did experienceContinue reading “24 Hours in Tijuana – Where to Eat”
Perhaps due to its close proximity to San Diego, a pioneer in the craft beer movement, Tijuana has numerous breweries of its own and the beers can be enjoyed in their tasting room or at one of the craft beer bars in town. We were only here for 24 hours so we didn’t get toContinue reading “24 Hours in Tijuana – The Craft Beer Scene”
We’ve had a lot of fun throughout the years hitting up the BBQ pit scene in Texas and parrilla in Argentina which is why Grand Ole BBQ Y Asado was a must-do on our most recent trip to San Diego. We chose to visit on Sunday morning as that is when they prepare theContinue reading “Review: Grand Ole BBQ Y Asado in San Diego California”