Food is a big focus of San Diego Week.
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San Diego Week sponsored by Alaska Airlines took our team to the only beach front amusement park and boardwalk in San Diego: Belmont Park.
Old Town San Diego lives up to its name as the oldest settled area in San Diego and the first European settlement in California.
John Veneri and Kelly Simek kick off a week full of San Diego adventures at the famous legoland.
Another stop while in San Diego has to be the Coronado Ferry Landing.
The Booze 'n Bites tour highlights the city's abundance of fresh, local seafood, produce, meats, and cheese, and their use in the pursuit of culinary and cocktail perfection.
"We would like to make it very easy and stress-free. We want them to be able to focus, and have fun, and enjoy themselves, and take back recipes and skills that they'll be able to use at their house and with family and friends."
John Veneri went to a Seattle Mariners game, and it turned out to be an amazing experience!
Fran’s Chocolates is a family-owned, Seattle-based company that has created premium, artisan chocolates since 1982.
REI is a member-owned co-op. Members purchase a $20 lifetime membership, and share in the profits.
Because Woodinville is home to more than 160 wineries and tasting rooms, guests can experience the entire state of Washington wine in one small town.
The Kimpton Alexis Hotel will put you right in the center of the action. It's just a few blocks away from Pike Place Market, and surrounded by art museums and galleries.
Two years ago, Alaska Airlines announced their plan to merge with Virgin America and for the past 16 months, their employees have been busy working to become one airline.
The roastery is designed to be an immersive bean-to-brew experience, and offers small-lot coffees available nowhere else in the world.
Beneath the Streets is an underground guided tour that leads guests through passageways that were created in the 1890s and abandoned less than 20 years later.
Built in 1852, Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle was the original heart of the city in Seattle’s early days.
The Space Needle is Seattle's most iconic landmark, and it's undergoing a huge renovation to innovate and enhance the visitor experience.