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Top Things to do in Carlsbad – in beautiful North County San Diego California

Top Things to do in Carlsbad Posted on July 22, 2017 | By Cherimarie Poulos  FUN THINGS TO DO IN CARLSBAD WITH KIDS Carlsbad California Author:  Cherimarie Poulos Carlsbad is a popular San Diego vacation destination with 7 miles of gorgeous sandy beaches, absolutely stunning especially at sunset. Carlsbad…

5 Reasons to Take a Food Tour in Carlsbad, California

There are many reasons to take a Food Tour in Carlsbad, California and here is a list of the top 5: The food. Carlsbad’s has amazing food and going on our food tour is one of the best ways to try it. Little Italy in Carlsbad is what we say here, because Carlsbad has a…

Chicken: It's What's for Dinner – Carlsbad History

Chicken: It’s What’s for Dinner – Carlsbad History By Wendy Hinman| Photos courtesy of Ed “Bup” Kentner Jr. A History of the Twin Inns Fun things to do in Carlsbad include Sun Diego! Carlsbad History: At the corner of Elm and old 101—or Carlsbad Boulevard and Carlsbad Village Drive,…

Los Diego Hotel / Caldo Pomodoro Restaurant

Image   Businessman Roy Chase built the Los Diego Hotel in 1925 to promote travel and commerce between Los Angeles and San Diego – hence the name. By the early 1930s, State Street was replaced by Carlsbad Boulevard as the main route to San Diego, and the demand for tourist accommodations dropped….

About Me – Cherimarie Poulos Owner of Carlsbad Food Tours

About Me – Cherimarie Poulos Owner of Carlsbad Food Tours – As a Small Business Owner, Nurse, and Mother of 4 beautiful daughters in Carlsbad, California, I live a very busy and productive live. My family is very important to me and I love them very much.  I also enjoy sharing my love of Carlsbad with…

Twin Inns is a Historical Site in Carlsbad one of the things to do in Carlsbad

In 1887 Gerhard Schutte built a home at 2978 Carlsbad Blvd that his family lived in until 1906, when they moved to National City. Subsequent ownership was first the South Coast Land Company, which turned the Inn into a boarding house for their workers. Then in 1914 Ed & Neva Kentner purchased the Inn for…