A Boatload of fun in Coronado

    As summer winds down and the seasonal crowds dissipate, off-season visitors get a taste of true Coronado laid back fun. Weekends are great, but coming during the week offers local sights with more room to yourself! Many local attractions offer better deals, too. For example, Horn Blower Cruises have resumed in the Bay of San Diego with a variety of options to book the cruise that’s best for you: a weekday date night, brunch on weekends, dinner and a movie, or just a short jaunt around the bay with a delicious cocktail. You can get to the dock by taking the Coronado Ferry over to the Broadway Pier; see a schedule of events on their website, https://www.hornblower.com/. Certain Museums at Balboa Park are also reopening with limited capacity, like the Railroad Museum, Japanese Friendship Garden, San Diego Museum of Art, the Zoo, Air & Space Museum; see the full list here: https://www.culturalpartnership.org/.

     Live music is also returning! On weekends in Little Italy, You can hear New Orleans style jazz wafting through the air, along with delicious smells! The whole neighborhood is set up for Al Fresco dining in streets that are closed to vehicles; https://www.littleitalysd.com/ has more details. On Mondays, enjoy live Latin music with stunning views of Downtown San Diego at the Westgate Hotel, just a short boat ride away by the Coronado Ferry to Broadways St. More information here, https://www.westgatehotel.com/activities/hotel-events/julio-de-la-huerta/.


    We are also offering special weekday rates, Sunday –Thursday! Check out the “Linger Longer” and “Work-cation” rates when booking on our website, https://www.gloriettabayinn.com/.




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