Beach Bums and California Sun

Hanging Out on San Deigo Beach - Girls On The Beach by flickr user jemingway3

The warm SoCal sun is one of the most breathtaking sights on the planet! Every evening the sun paints a picture in the sky with vibrant colors across a backdrop of endless blue water and white sandy beaches.  In many ways, it’s the perfect base for a digital nomad!
It’s time to just relax and enjoy the sunset, when you visit San Diego.
Before you start this amazing journey, I recommend using Gatwick Airport parking to save money on expensive taxis. I highly recommend you secure your own airport parking before your journey even begins.
The warm dry breeze and beautiful sights are what make this destination a spectacular holiday spot. Why not live like a local when in San Diego? Enjoy a night out with food and drink specials every Taco Tuesday. You can head over to Old Town and eat your way into bliss with discounted Margaritas and authentic Mexican tacos. If you are looking to try something new, you absolutely must have a local favorite, the fish taco! When I’m visiting Old Town, I like to make it a day and first explore the various shops of the western town filled with local handmade items and art pieces. Or perhaps you would like to walk the halls of a local mission and discover a bit of California’s history.
There’s always plenty to see and do when visiting Southern California. Maybe you would like to hop on the trolley and head to Los Angeles for the day. In Hollywood you can walk amongst the stars on the boulevard, or visit LA’s China Town where strings of lanterns decorate the streets. Maybe you would like to stay close and explore the beaches. Luckily, there are plenty of beach communities just north of San Diego. The areas of Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, and Pacific Beach each hold a unique feel so that every day at the beach can be enjoyed a different way. Sunset Cliffs and La Jolla both meet the Pacific high up on the cliff and are a great spot to photograph a sunset. Head south toward the Mexican Border and exit the last stop before Mexico, where you will Las Americanas

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When in the city I recommend you visit the gardens, art galleries, and museums of the magnificent Balboa Park. Here you can take a relaxing stroll in the warm San Diego sun or walk in the shade beneath the arches and decorated architecture. Fountains, statutes, and an outdoor theater are just some of the sights Balboa Park has to offer when it comes to arts and culture in San Diego. Just across the harbor is the gorgeous Coronado Island where you can find fabulous beaches like the Silver Strand and the famous Hotel Del Coronado. But nothing compares to a night out in downtown San Diego. The best selection of bars, clubs and prized restaurants can be found in the heart of the city known as San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. Booking ahead with airport parking Dublin is a great way to rest at ease at the end of a long journey.
The warmth, the sand and waves of the ocean are all waiting for you in sunny San Diego.


Lucy West is a keen traveller, writer and often even dabbles in photography. Based in the beautiful Kent countryside she tries to takes time out and to write and is passionate about all things social media. You can contact her at

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