bethany-aroutunian

bethany aroutunian

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2019 San Diego Travel Guide: Dreamy Edition

2019 San Diego Travel Guide: Dreamy Edition

 
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Hiiii everyone! Today I am sharing a new San Diego travel guide: DREAMY EDITION, to help you have the dreamiest San Diego vacation yet!

If you didn’t know, our three year wedding anniversary is coming up next month!! Sooo we decided to go on a mini anniversary trip to San Diego this past week to celebrate a lil early!

We love San Diego because there’s so much to do and the weather is always good! We wanted to have the most relaxing week there so everything we did was just really chill to help us recharge. So without further ado, here’s the dreamiest San Diego stops you won’t want to miss.

1. Woody’s Breakfast and Burgers - This was a first for us! We were at the beach one morning and were starving so we stopped at one of the restaurants on the boardwalk and were surprised at how cute it was. There’s even a staircase that leads to a small upstairs open air dining area that overlooks the beach. The food was amazing (we got the carne asada breakfast burrito and a side of breakfast potatoes, both were huge!) and the view was even better.

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2. Seal Rock - Even though we’ve visited this before, it just never gets old. I think the seals are so dang cute and and it’s fun to get to climb down the rocks and see them up close. We parked by La Valencia Hotel (SO PRETTY) and walked down the staircase by it for easy access.

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3. Point Loma Lighthouse - Every time we visit San Diego I want to come to this lighthouse but for some reason it has never worked out. This time I made sure we made the time for it and it was SO worth it. It’s located at The Cabrillo National Monument, it’s so gorgeous up there and there’s lots to do. I believe it costs about $20 a car to enter, but again, it’s so worth it. The visitor’s center has pretty views and 25 cent viewfinders, then you can walk up the hill to the lighthouse or down the hill to the tide pools.

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4. Communal Coffee - Okay, there’s two Communal Coffee locations and I’m sure they’re both equally cute but I’m talking about the food truck one located off Fern Street. It’s so pretty and has the cutest patio with string lights. The coffee was really good and it’s located in the sweetest part of town with lots of pups walking around and flower shops nearby.

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5. Liberty Station - We’ve been to San Diego a few times but for some reason we had never heard of Liberty Station before this trip. If you don’t know, it’s a indoor/outdoor marketplace that has lots of shops. In the main indoor marketplace area there’s about 10-15 little restaurants. Our fav restaurant in Liberty Station was Wicked Maine Lobster. They have the best lobster rolls I’ve ever had, plus they have lobster mac & cheese in a bread bowl and fresh whoopie pies. SO GOOD.

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Okay, that’s all for now! Hope you guys have the best trip!

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Looking for more fun and Instagrammable places in San Diego? Click here to learn about our 2018 trip.

 
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