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One Day Itinerary for the San Diego Zoo

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If you’re headed to San Diego for a summer vacation then be sure to experience the amazing sights at the World Famous San Diego Zoo. The popular park, located in the beautiful Balboa Park near Downtown San Diego, is a must-see when traveling to America’s Finest City. The zoo houses over 3,700 animals of over 650 different species so you will surely have plenty to see during a day-long outing.

If you only have a select amount of time to spend at the zoo, it’s important to plan your day wisely. We’ve provided some tips on how to make efficient use of whatever time you have to ensure that you and your family are able to see the best that this wildlife wonderland has to offer.

Zoo FAQs & Savings

 The zoo is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily during the summer months. The regular rate for a one day zoo pass is $46 for adults and $36 for children, ages 3 to 11. However, there are a variety of ways that budget-conscious travelers can save on admission.

  • AAA offers a ten percent discount on the tickets and sometimes discounts on food or merchandise.
  • October is FREE admission month for children ages 3 to 11
  • Costco offers Go Select Pass San Diego, covering many different attractions including the San Diego Zoo.
  • The price for 4-day tickets range from $162.99 for children to $189.99 for an adult
  • You can also save by staying at Pacific Inn, one of the area’s trusted hotels near the San Diego Zoo. Buy your discounted Zoo admission through Pacific Inn and you’ll also receive 15% off on your hotel stay!

Best Walking Route
The walking route through the zoo is via Park Way. This path stretches through the entire park, taking you alongside the biggest attractions such as: Outback, Africa Rocks, Urban Jungle, Elephant Odyssey, Panda Canyon, Asian Frontier and Northern Frontier. Be sure to pick up a map upon arrival so that you can arrange for any desired detours.

Restaurants
The most child-friendly place to eat at is Sydney’s Grill located near the Australian Outback. They have delicious sandwiches, wraps, salads and kids meals. You can even watch the koalas, giraffes and rhinos while dining in a shaded area.

Dining on your own
If you’re looking to save money, you can bring your own food and utilize one of the park’s shaded picnic areas located right outside the entrance. While you may bring food items into the park, coolers and other large storage containers are not permitted.

 

With a little planning and a few hours of time to spend walking through the “wild”, you could fully experience everything that the San Diego Zoo has to offer.

If you’re interested in booking an affordable family-friendly room at the San Diego Pacific Inn, call 1-800-571-2933 or click on the “Reservations” tab above.

San Diego Attracts Thousands for the Annual LGBT Festival

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With a rally, parade, block party, and music festival, the 2014 San Diego LGBT Festival promises to top all previous years’ gatherings. The festivities run throughout the weekend of July 18-20 with events occurring in and around Hillcrest and Balboa Park.

Rally

The 2014 Festival begins with a rally on July 18 at 6 p.m. at the corner of Normal and University Avenues. The rally is held to remember the moment in 1969 when guests of the Stonewall Inn in New York spoke out again police harassment. Since then, rallies have been held all over the country in remembrance of this event. The 2014 Spirit of Stonewall Rally marks the 40th anniversary of the first rally in San Diego and reminds the community of the work that still needs to be done for acceptance and understanding. At the rally, keynote speaker Laverne Cox will discuss the theme “Reflections of Pride.”

Block Party

After the rally is completed, the third annual Pride of Hillcrest Block Party will start. Get ready to dance from 7-11 p.m! This event is for guests 21 and older, and you must purchase a ticket to enter. Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased online.

The musical line-up includes Taryn Manning, DJ Nikno, and Booniez Dance Crew. Giant LED screens, go-go dancers, and carnival rides all add to the fun, festive atmosphere.

Parade

On July 19, 2014, more than 300,000 spectators are expected to view one of the nation’s largest gay pride parades. The 2014 San Diego Gay Pride Parade will begin at 11:00 a.m. at the corner of University Avenue and Normal Street. The parade will continue west on University Avenue, turn south onto 6th Avenue, turn left onto Balboa Drive and end on Laurel Street.

Music Festival

Just after the parade finishes, you can head over to Balboa Park for the music festival. Performers will be on multiple stages from noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. There’s sure to be something to appeal to every taste with performances from a wide variety of artists including Charice, the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus, DJ Trevi, and the Teagan Taylor Band.

A weekend pass is $20, and kids 15 and under are free.

Reserve your Hotel Room near the LGBT Festival Today!

With thousands of people expected to be swarming San Diego from out of town, we’re sure cheap San Diego hotels won’t be vacant for long. If you’re interested in attending the annual San Diego LGBT Festival, or are just looking to enjoy a Southern California vacation, be sure to reserve your room at Pacific Inn & Suites.

The Pacific Inn near Downtown San Diego is located just minutes from the Gaslamp Quarter, the San Diego Bay, Little Italy and Balboa Park.  To make sure your hotel stay is schedules, call 1-800-571-2933 and don’t forget to ask about our available discounts and vacation packages!

Fashion Forward Trends at the 2014 Del Mar Race Track

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The Del Mar Race season is one of the most elite and anticipated events of the year in San Diego. People come from far and wide to attend one of these horse races, especially on July 17 which is Opening Day.

Besides the sound of the cheers of the crowd and the excitement of the horses racing, one of the most important aspects of the Del Mar Race Track is the eye-catching fashions seen around the track. Between the decorative hats to the full skirts, the Del Mar Races are not a place to be shy with your wardrobe. For those looking to attend a race in style, we have some trendy tips on how to stand out as a stylista.
Women should think about trying to audition to be a cast member of “The Real Housewives of San Diego.” Think: classy and flashy. Consider finding a skirt or dress that hits the knee or mid-thigh and avoid short body-hugging garments. Flared skirts and wrap dresses will look stunning when paired with a stylish head piece. If you’re getting stadium seating, be considerate by wearing a small brimmed hat or head piece, but if you plan on wandering the grounds, go all out with a wide-brimmed statement sun hat. Don’t forget to accessorize, ladies! Bright colored chunky jewelry will set you apart and you can’t go wrong with chandelier earrings.

When it comes to shoes, consider how much you plan on walking and remember that much of the racetrack consists of dirt pathways. We recommend comfortable wedges or fashionable sandals.
Men can choose to wear semi-formal clothing to the races with a lightweight button-down dress shirt or polo that will offer comfort throughout the day. Men are also known to wear hats at the track- try a trendy fedora or straw hats that nods to the 1950s. Men should wear lightweight linen pants or trousers and will need to pair it all with a coat if they plan on attending the Turf Club. Some of the latest dress shoe trends at the event include sleek loafers with a tassel for high-end and sophisticated attire.
The Del Mar Race Track has events held from July 17, 2014 to November 7, 2014 with ticket prices starting at $6.00 for the stretch run and $10 for the clubhouse. Diamond Club members get half-price admission with additional discounts on other services at the location.

Planning your vacation in San Diego to attend the Del Mar Races? Don’t forget to book your cheap San Diego hotel near the beaches. Pacific Inn is a great option for Southern California vacationers because we’re conveniently located next to the San Diego Airport, Gaslamp Quarter and a bus and trolley stop which allows ease of access to major San Diego attractions.

To book your room at Pacific Inn San Diego call 1-800-571-2933 today and don’t forget to ask about our available discounts!

A Walkable One Day Itinerary along the San Diego Bay

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Plenty of excitement can be found along the San Diego Bay. Many of the best attractions are situated just off Pacific Highway close to affordable downtown San Diego hotels and can easily be reached by foot. If you’re interested in exploring the local area, try our one-day walking itinerary along the beautiful San Diego Bay. Everything on our DIY walking tour is less than a couple miles away from Pacific Inn & Suites located near Little Italy in Downtown San Diego.

Visit the Firehouse Museum

You can reach this museum by turning up West Cedar Street and walking to the intersection of Columbia Street. Once inside the museum, you can spend some time observing firefighter memorabilia dating back to the beginning of the last century.

Head Down to the Maritime Museum of San Diego

Located just off North Harbor Drive on the waterfront, this fascinating museum lets you learn more about the area’s naval history. You will also have the opportunity to view famous ships such as the Californian, the HMS Surprise and the Star of India. The museum additionally features a library containing vintage photographs and important documents.

Shop and Dine at Seaport Village

If you walk south along Pacific Highway to its end point, you will enter this charming shopping complex. Notable shops include Seaport Island Fashion and Safari Animal Collection. You can also choose from eateries such as the Seaport Village Deli, the San Diego Pier Cafe and Buster’s Beach House.

End Your Day at Embarcadero Marina Park South

Situated just off East Harbor Drive, this waterfront park is the perfect place to witness a glorious San Diego sunset. The numerous yachts that moor at this location provide an air of prestige for visitors to admire. You also have the option of partaking in activities like biking and fishing.

Taking a one-day walking tour around the San Diego Bay will give you the chance to enjoy some of the finest things this wondrous city has to offer. Start off by reserving your room at Pacific Inn, one of the most popular and affordable Little Italy San Diego hotels.

For more information about the available rooms and discounts currently being offered at Pacific Inn, call 1-800-571-2933 to speak with a friendly front desk receptionist and booking agent.

July events at Headquarters at Seaport District in San Diego

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Once known as the Old Police Headquarters, the freshly renamed Headquarters has been lovingly restored and transformed into one of San Diego’s premiere shopping destinations. Relaxing fountains, eye catching landscaping and leisurely walkways invite patrons to enjoy the sea air amid tranquility and true San Diego ambiance.

The Headquarters Offerings

Its seaside location in the Seaport District isn’t the only thing that makes this place special. Unique dining options like Dallmann Fine Chocolates, Puesto’s Mexican street food and Venissimo Cheese bring locals back here time and time again. Shop for unique art at Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery or pick up some boutique clothes at Urban Beach House. Geppetto’s Toys is a veritable wonderland that has truly earned its 40-year reputation as one of San Diego’s best toy shops.

The Headquarters’ July 2014 Events
Cheese Balsamic and EVOO Class | July 9th
6 pm to 7:30 pm

Join Chef Brian Rutherford to learn how to properly and deliciously pair your favorite artisanal cheeses with piquant balsamic and rich extra virgin olive oil. Come with an empty belly for some yummy tasting opportunities!

Whiskey & Cheese Class | July 10

6 pm to 7:30 pm

During this educational tasting session, all guests will experience perfectly paired whiskeys and bourbons with Venissimo cheeses. You’ll also be taught the differences between whisky, whiskey, bourbon and scotch.

 Urban Mobile Market | July 11

11:00 am to 2 pm and 4 pm to 7:00 pm

Held in the new “Pop Up Park” in downtown San Diego, this weekly market will feature various fashion, food and entertainment every Friday. Meet local designers, sample some of the finest fare and relax under the San Diego sun while listening to live music.

 Rise Up Fitness Event | July12

8:30 am to 9:30 am

Every Saturday during the month of July, the Headquarters will be hosting $10 fitness classes for locals and tourists alike. Experts from California Fitness will guide participants through 30 minutes of conditioning and 30 minutes of yoga in the outdoor courtyard. All you need to bring is a yoga mat and water!

 Farmer’s Market | July 13

10 am to 2 pm

 Every Sunday at Harbor Drive and Pacific Highway you’ll be able to stroll through the Seaport streets during their weekly Farmer’s Market. Shop around for fresh produce, baked goods, specialty foods and much more!

Parking at the Headquarters

The Headquarters has thought of everything as they aim to provide their patrons with some of the best shopping and dining in the Seaport District near Downtown San Diego. Enjoy valet parking ($10 up to five hours) or self-parking (validation with a $10 purchase) for a convenient and hassle free trip in one of San Diego’s busiest areas. Bring your sunscreen for al fresco dining and soak up the sun in this beautiful San Diego staple.

Downtown San Diego Lodging

Don’t forget to book your downtown San Diego hotel room at Pacific Inn, located just 1.3 miles from Headquarters at Seaport District. Our close location easily allows for a leisurely walk along the San Diego Bay before arriving at Seaport Village.

If you’re looking for affordable hotels near Seaport Village look no further than Pacific Inn. When you combine our convenient and accessible location with our low room rates, complimentary amenities and current discounts, you can’t go wrong. To reserve your downtown San Diego hotel room today, call 1-800-571-2933 to speak with a friendly hotel receptionist.

 

The 2014 Little Italy Summer Film Festival in San Diego

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The Little Italy Summer Film Festival shows fantastic Italian movies every Saturday night from the middle of June to the end of August at the Amici Park amphitheater, which is on the corner of State and Date streets. Admission is $5 per person for each show, which starts at 8:00 p.m. Just remember, no pets or alcoholic beverages are allowed, and the movie won’t be rescheduled if it rains. Since it almost never rains in San Diego during the summer, you shouldn’t have to worry too much about your evening being ruined.

Some of the excellent films you can expect include Giuseppe Tornatore’s suspense movie, “The Unknown Woman”, Giulio Menfredonia’s heartfelt comedy, “We Can Do That”, and Elio Petri’s Oscar-winning thriller, “Investigation of a Citizen Beyond Suspicion”. There’s something for everyone from adult thrillers to family films, and all these movies have been made by Italy’s finest contemporary directors. People come from miles around to see these great films, so you should make sure to come at least an hour early.

If you’re looking for somewhere to go after watching the movie, then keep the Italian flavor going with an excellent dinner at Cafe Zucchero, which is just two blocks away from Amici Park. This restaurant offers unique pastries that you won’t find anywhere else, including the cassata, and they also have fine dishes such as rigatone palermitana, calamari parmagiana and saltimbocca. And if you like fine wine, then you’ll love the nearly 65 wine varieties that Cafe Zucchero offers.

If Italian isn’t your preference, the Princess Pub & Grille can be found on the corner of Date and India streets. This is considered San Diego’s first and finest English pub and offers up classics such as fish & chips, steak & ale pie and homemade Cornish pasties.

The streets of Little Italy usually get jam packed with interested movie goers on these fun summer night, so save yourself the hassle of driving and get a cheap Little Italy hotel room at Pacific Inn.

Our downtown San Diego hotel is located 0.4 miles away from Amici Park, making it an easy 8 minute walk to see your favorite Italian film this summer. For information on available discounts, or to book a room over the phone, call Pacific Inn at 1-800-571-2933.

The 2014 Del Mar Horse Racing Season Events

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Horse racing is an exciting event that offers guests a chance to enjoy the pageantry that goes along with watching some of the fastest horses and most talented jockeys in the world compete against each other. In San Diego, guests and locals alike have the chance to join the fun at the Del Mar track. The season is almost here so it is time to get your race day hat and choose an event.

Opening Day
This year guests are looking forward to the opening day at Del Mar on July 17th. More than 45,000 guests are expected to arrive to watch the races and enjoy the spectacle. For the fashion forward, on opening day there is the One and Only Truly Fabulous Hats Contest. Contestants will be judged on the beauty, originality and creativity of their hats. Stretch Run admission is $10, while Clubhouse admission is $20. Admission does not include refreshments or bets.

Summer Concert Series
On Friday evenings during the race season, the Del Mar racetrack offers music concerts. The cost of the concert is included in the cost of admission; however, guests who arrive after the last race begins will have to pay a $20 admission fee. The concerts begin at 7pm west of the Grandstand and it is held outside, standing room only. Featured bands scheduled to perform this season include Weezer, Counting Crows and The Cult.

Family Fun Weekends
During the summer race season, Del Mar celebrates enjoying time with the family. On Saturdays and Sundays, admission to the track is only $6 for adults and free for children. The infield area becomes a haven for children looking to having fun. There will be inflatables, bouncy houses, a giant slide, games and of course pony rides. Children can test their skills on the obstacle course and have their faces’ painted by an expert. This is a fun-filled day for children of all ages!

For more fun with animals while you’re in San Diego, stop by Sea World or snag one of the cheap hotels near San Diego Zoo.

Whatever wild adventure you decide to have, make sure you’re home base is set up at the San Diego Pacific Inn hotel. Our family friendly amenities will have both you and your kids satisfied as you settle into the Kids Suite and chow down on the complimentary buffet breakfast each morning.

To make your hotel reservation at the San Diego Pacific Inn, call our reservations hotline today at 1-800-571-2933.

 

An Out-of-towners Guide to San Diego Restaurant Etiquette

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San Diego has a reputation not unlike the rest of California — casual and laid back. However, that’s not to say San Diego doesn’t have its own restaurant etiquette. Knowing a bit about the local way of doing things will ensure that you have an excellent stay during your time in San Diego and that you get to enjoy all of the vibrant and diverse cuisine that this city has to offer.

Reservations

Just as you want to call ahead to book your cheap hotel in Downtown San Diego, you should do the same when it comes to making Gaslamp Quarter dinner reservations. San Diego is home to plenty of fine-dining experiences and it can be helpful to make a reservation if you plan to eat out at any popular restaurants during your stay. Calling 3-5 days ahead of time to make a reservation is usually sufficient to snag a table at a mid-level restaurant, but some establishments may require several weeks’ notice. When in doubt, call ahead as early as possible and ask as every restaurant has its own way of doing business.

Tip

Unlike some Midwestern cities, where a 15% tip of the total bill might be considered a signifier of good service, people in San Diego tend to tip 20% for standard-to-good service — higher for a really excellent experience. Servers in the States usually only make minimum wage for their services and therefore rely on tips to make up most of their income. Plan accordingly and bring a printable tip card, which can be found online, if doing math at dinner isn’t your forte.

Tipping is also an important part of going to bars. San Diego is home to many microbreweries and has been nicknamed the “Craft Beer Capital of America.” While you’re in San Diego you may find yourself sampling a locally-made IPA or a pint of stout — remember that bartenders also expect to be tipped. One dollar per drink is usually sufficient to communicate that you’re an appreciative customer but if the bar is busy and you want fast service, $3 a pop will usually ensure that the bartender gets to you first.

Valet

Many bayside and Gaslamp Quarter restaurants use a system of valet parking, so be prepared to let the valet handle your car upon arriving. You can leave the keys in the ignition as the valet approaches the car. Let him know of any quirks your car may have, grab anything you don’t want to leave in plain sight, and let the valet take care of the rest. When it comes time to get your car back, you can present your ticket to the valet and he’ll bring the car around. Make sure to keep some cash on hand so that you can tip the valet around $2-5 for the safe keeping of your vehicle.

Seafood

San Diego’s close proximity to the ocean means that you can find high-quality, inexpensive seafood options all throughout the city. For an extra special experience, consider making a reservation at one of San Diego’s many Oceanside seafood establishments. You can get a prime view of the San Elijo Lagoon or Coronado Bay while enjoying fresh food, great wine, and a beautiful sunset. Our San Diego tip? Always ask for the catch of the day.

San Diego, California is home to a wide array of delicious and unique dining experiences. With a little knowledge about the local way of doing things, you’ll be able to take advantage of the city’s proximity to the Pacific Ocean and its diverse ethnic options, giving you a never-ending list of great dining possibilities during your stay.

Start off by finding affordable hotels near Seaport Village, where you can shop around at the new Headquarters at Seaport District and experience restaurants like Puesto. For an affordable hotel close to San Diego’s top dining destinations, book your vacation stay at Pacific Inn located near downtown San Diego and the San Diego Bay. Call 1-800-571-2933 to speak with a reservations specialist about our available discounts.

Kid-Friendly Art Studios in San Diego

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Finding ways to keep children occupied while traveling can be a bit of a challenge. Children often tire of the typical dining out and shopping excursions that encompass most trips. A creative and fun activity that parents and children can do together is spending some time at an art studio. San Diego boasts several art studios that are kid-friendly and will offer you and your children a fun, interactive and educational experience.

Art Soup is an art studio in Encinitas that caters to children ages 2 to 14. A small fee will allow your children complete access to activity tables, chalk walls, and a huge create-your-own craft bar for an hour and a half.

Bravo School of Art features different activities daily, including acrylic painting, paper mache, jewelry making, and photography. Classes are held in the city of San Diego and are geared towards specific age groups, which is why registration for classes is required.

CeramiCafe Art Lounge offers a huge selection of blank ceramics for you and your children to paint. There is also an extensive mosaic station and clay available if you wish to capture your child’s feet or hand prints during your visit to this La Mesa studio.

Clay ‘N Latte is a full-service art studio with locations in Carmel Mountain, San Diego and one in Vista. They offer pottery painting, glass fusing, mosaics, and clay prints. People of all ages are welcome and specials discounts oftentimes run throughout the week.

Fire & Mud Studios offers classes and workshops, as well as open studio times. Visitors can sculpt their very own piece of artwork out of clay and watch instructors use unique firing techniques to finish off their masterpiece. This studio in San Marcos can accommodate different age ranges and large groups for parties.

Fun Dabbles features an indoor play area alongside its art studio in Carlsbad. Parents and their children can paint their own pottery, make their own candles and scented soap, and paint a beautiful portrait on canvas. There are no studio fees and children can enjoy the play zone for one low price.

If you’re looking to schedule a play date that you’ll enjoy just as much as your children, these art studio will surely provide you with the space and materials you need to make lasting memories. In order to fully enjoy your studio time, make sure you’ve reserved a room at one of the trusted and affordable hotels near Balboa Park in San Diego. Balboa Park is home to several museums and will be a great place to get some art inspiration before heading to one of the above mentioned studios.

To find a coastal hotel that’s within your budget, visit San Diego Pacific Inn and Suites. For more information about our current specials and vacation packages, contact a reservations specialist by calling 1-800-571-2933 today.

 

Stay Classy Bike Rentals in San Diego

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There’s perhaps no greater way to explore a new city than on a bike. H.G. Wells once said, “Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.”

Whether you’re an avid cyclist or someone who simply craves an unobstructed view of San Diego, you’ll find that Stay Classy Bike Rentals makes it quick and easy for you to hop on a bike and go.

Stay Classy Bike Rentals goes the extra mile by delivering your bike of choice straight to your hotel free of charge. If you’re concerned about adjusting your bike to fit your height, you can request a free bike adjustment beforehand. Choose from four impressive models which include performance class road bikes, comfort class hybrid bikes, and commuter class bikes. You can book your reservation online or over the phone. If you’re not sure which bike is right for you, Stay Classy’s knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to give you some helpful suggestions. Your bike will be delivered to you within thirty minutes of requesting it, and once you’re done with it for the day, it’ll be picked up free of charge. Gone are the days of hunting for the nearest bike rental shop.

You’ll find that every Stay Classy Bike Rental comes with a helmet, hand pump, lock, tire lever, patch kit, and your choice of flat or strap pedals at no additional cost. You can also choose from a wide selection of accessories which includes everything from a cyclometer to a GPS to pre-paid roadside assistance. Worried you might get hungry for a snack on the way back from your ride? Don’t forget to purchase a number of Clif Bar products to be delivered along with your bicycle.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the many sights you want to see or aren’t comfortable navigating the new streets alone, consider taking advantage of Stay Classy Bike Rental’s Bike Concierge Service which pairs you with a professional guide and biking partner. Choose your skill level and length of trip, and your guide will create a customized tour of the city especially for you.

Regardless of what you choose, you’ll quickly discover why San Diego is often referred to as a cyclist’s paradise. One of the best rides is along the San Diego Bay, through Little Italy and Seaport Village. That’s why we recommend looking for hotels near Little Italy, which serve as a great starting point for a scenic and safe bike ride.

Pacific Inn & Suites is an affordable downtown San Diego hotel located less than a mile from some of San Diego’s most beloved attractions. For more information on our location, discounted room rates, and complimentary amenities, call 1-800-571-2933.

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