|March 6th, 2014|
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.
|February 21st, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
Masked revelers, mouthwatering delicacies from one of the world’s great cuisines, joyous music, dance, and acrobatics: It must be time once again for the Little Italy Carnevale!
On March 1, San Diego will take on a distinctly Venetian flair (naturally with a Southern California twist). Overseen by
|February 11th, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
When the skies are looking a bit leaky over San Diego, there are few better places to seek shelter than the Old Globe Theatre, one of America’s foremost theatre companies.
Actually, the Old Globe is just as inviting on one of our city’s standard postcard-perfect days, too. (And it’s worth noting
|February 4th, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
February is a particularly edifying time to be in San Diego. Why, you ask? Because it’s Museum Month, of course!
This annual promotion, supported by Macy’s, allows you to get in to an impressive 44 area museums and related institutions at half-price. Staying at the Sofia Hotel, you’re an easy trip from
|January 27th, 2014|||||SofiaBlog|
Here in San Diego, one of the singular delights of being a next door neighbor to the Pacific Ocean is glimpsing the biggest animals in the world cavorting just offshore. From orcas to blues, our waters support a rich diversity of whales, and there are many opportunities for excellent viewing.
Indeed, some of the very best [...]