Point Loma is one of the oldest towns in San Diego. You’ll find a lot of its history by heading over to the Cabrillo National Monument located at the tip of the Point Loma Peninsula. Once at this monument, hike …[ more... ]
Old Town Inn San DiegoSunny San Diego offers sun-drenched beaches, family adventures, thrilling theme parks, world-class zoos and cultural landmarks. Located less than 6 miles away from the Old Town Inn, you will find Balboa Park, home to 15 diverse museums, several recognized theater houses, award-winning gardens and the world famous San Diego zoo. Only a 30 minute drive away is the Wild Animal Park, providing a rare opportunity to experience animals in natural habitat settings. Take some time to stroll down our beautiful sandy beaches - San Diego offers more than 75 miles of scenic coastline. It’s all waiting for you here! The Old Town Inn is centrally located so you can easily get to these and many other attractions, making it a perfect home base for your vacation!
This 10th annual event takes place in San Diego’s flagship arts and culture district, NTC @ Liberty Station, once San Diego’s Naval Training Center, and now a mecca for artist …[ more... ]
Spring is here and Easter is just around the corner! Here are some great egg hunts and other festive adventures to take the kiddos to!
Easter Bunny at the San Diego Zoo. The Easter Bunny returns to the San Diego …[ more... ]
Every couple of weeks, we will be featuring a member of the Old Town Inn staff on our blog. We want to give our guests and followers a chance to find out what we’re all about, through the people …[ more... ]
Deliciously Fresh and Wonderfully Different
I recently ventured to a farm-to-table restaurant by the name of Terra, located in the college area. I had never been, but had heard of it through family. When they suggested Terra for a …[ more... ]
Sunset Cliffs is a wonderful land of cliffs jutting out into the ocean, caves to explore, beautiful vistas and hills, fun trails, gorgeous rock formations, and, of course, amazing views of the ocean, perfect for sunsets.…[ more... ]
It’s winter in San Diego, (which doesn’t mean much if you’re from somewhere that has actual seasons, but it’s winter nonetheless). For us San Diegans, that means we’re going to wear parkas in 60 degree weather, and still be cold(well, …[ more... ]
Famous for its one of a kind service (quick, but personal) and delicious dishes (Mmm…traditional Thai cooking), Saffron holds a special place in the hearts of San Diegans, including myself. Saffron’s no-frills and true-to-itself style makes it the perfect place …[ more... ]