I Spent Time in San Diego and Didn’t Take One Picture

So I go to San Diego for  BlogHer and you’d think that I’d at least take one photo of the area. Yes, I’m completely behind on my project 365 and I did, in fact, take my camera with me. But every time I walked out of the room the camera stayed behind. So you’re thinking I should have used my iPhone to take some pictures. You’re assuming I know how to use it for a decent photo. I have an iPhone3 but it lacks the panache of something fancier and my model does not have the kung fu grip. (I don’t know what an iPhone3 witha kung fu grip would be but it sounded good.)

For really nice pictures of San Diego, check out Short and Hat’s pictorial essay about the area. From the beaches to the night clubs to the beautiful and historic buildings there really is something for everyone.

You can pick your own Strawberries if you go in the late summer.


You can catch Shamu and his (or her?) friends at Sea World

You can drive over to the Hotel Del Coronado and visit an icon.

Or you can go to the beach.

San Diego really does have something for everyone. If you’re wondering where to take your next vacation and you want beaches, shopping, museums, great food, something for the kids, something for an adult-only trip or a multi-generational get together you’ll find it in San Diego. And now I want to go back. And sit at the beach.

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So, when are you going to San Diego? Or shall I say, where to next?

Images: (c) Sara Hawkins Archives of San Diego trip a few years ago.

Disclosure: Book It and the San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau sponsored Social Soiree. I received no compensation. As a hostess of the event I did agree to tell you about them. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


Author: Sara

Sara is a life-long dreamer, creating a list of things she wants to do "someday". Realizing there is no "someday" on the calendar she's taking the steps to make her somedays a reality. Between saving for retirement and college and paying for all the usual things, many women find that they're often putting their hopes and dreams on hold. Saving For Someday is Sara's way of encouraging women everywhere to find ways to save on the ordinary so they can do the extraordinary. Sara is also a licensed attorney and writes about legal issues affecting bloggers, content creators and online professionals. This blog is for informational purposes only. You can also find me on Google+

3 thoughts on “I Spent Time in San Diego and Didn’t Take One Picture”

  1. Sara, I am first surprised you didn’t take any pictures. But it’s a relief to know it happens to all of us. I’m such a fail when it comes to documenting moments in life.

    I took more pictures than I did at Blogher10, but not as many as I’d like.

  2. For someone who took no pictures, you did a great job with these fill ins. Glad you enjoyed SanDiego.

  3. We went to SD with my oldest when he was just 6 months old. What a wonderful city.

    I am insanely excited to come to Social Soiree next year at BlogHer12 in NYC!!! I got my tickets this morning.


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