|April 13th, 2014|
San Diego Bay, one of the world’s most beautiful natural harbors, is San Diego’s defining feature, a marine paradise of massive economic and recreational importance that’s helped make the city what it is for hundreds of years.
At the Sofia Hotel, you’re an easy stroll from the bayfront, a wonderful place to
|April 8th, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
One of the joys of staying at the Sofia Hotel is the proximity to spectacular Petco Park, home of the mighty San Diego Padres.
And it’s time once again to “root, root, root for the home team” as our beloved Pads prepare to play an exciting string of games under Petco Park’s bright lights. Come be [...]
|March 24th, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
For millennia, street performers have injected a lot of heart–and a lot of spectacle–into the character of cities from India to San Francisco. These musicians, acrobats, magicians, and other entertainers, collectively called “buskers,” are a rare breed in many places these days, but in San Diego
|March 16th, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
San Diego never really suffers from terrible weather, but that doesn’t mean the region doesn’t put on an inspiring spring showcase. Few spots anywhere are better for basking in the season’s beautiful fertility than the Carlsbad Flower Fields, an easy drive from the city–and the Sofia Hotel.
|March 6th, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
The Gaslamp Quarter has had many guises over its long history, but on Saturday, March 15 it’ll take on one of its most dramatic (and temporary).
That afternoon and evening, the Gaslamp becomes a chunk of imported Ireland–with all the music, dancing, and general liveliness you’d expect for an incomparable celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.