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New Year's Celebrations - San Diego Style!

Presented by Eric Matz, Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo

Whew! I can’t believe Christmas is over. Such a big build up to that special day, then BAM! Christmas is over. Now that all the presents are unwrapped, my belly full from our feast, it’s time to think of New Year’s. Do you make a New Year’s resolution? I do every year and I’m pretty good about achieving mine. This year my motto is “Attitude is Everything.”  I hope you have a wonderful New Year, I know that I’m looking forward to 2011 and striving to provide the highest level of service to my clients. So, what are you doing for New Years? San Diego offers so many fun things to do.  I have posted several big events that happen around San Diego to help bring in 2011! If you are not the big party type or if you have children, one of the members on my Team had a great suggestion so that the entire family can enjoy New Year’s….gather

Ice Skating at The Hotel Del Coronado

By Eric Matz, Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo

Are you finished with your Christmas shopping? Shopping and wrapping all those gifts can be really stressful, add in the rain we have had for the last several days and being held up in our houses and we are all likely looking for an escape! Why not take your family and loved ones down to the Hotel Del Coronado for some outdoor ice skating to unwind? What a great way to celebrate Christmas Eve overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean.

Holiday Fun in San Diego

Couresty of San Diego by Inigo Figuracion

Spending the Christmas holiday season in San Diego has its benefits: the weather is usually mild - in fact December is one of the sunniest months of the year. Which means unlike other parts of the country, we miss out on rituals like shoveling snow - although the nights can get pretty darn chilly this time of year. But that doesn't mean San Diegans lose out on traditional holiday activities...San Diego has plenty of traditional things to do. Here are my top holiday season picks. 1. December Nights in Balboa Park Traditionally, the holiday season kicks off with a grand celebration in Balboa Park. Balboa Park December Nights is a two-day gift to the community that brings out the holiday spirit in all, this year taking place December 3 and 4, 2010. The beloved San Diego event features sparkling lights, theatrical and musical entertainment, and exotic Food/Spirits throughout the Park.

Trout Fishing at Lake Poway

Opening Day, 6:00 am, Friday November 26, 2010

By Eric Matz - Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo Trout fishing at Lake Poway is just around the corner! Opening day is 6:00 am,  November 26th at Lake Poway and will continue through mid-May 2011. It is your chance to possibly catch "Trophy Size" Rainbow trout. Lake Poway has once again contracted with Chaulk Mound Trout Ranch for some of the finest trout shipped to all of Southern California. Fifty percent will be trophy size catches weighing up to 12-pounds. The lake will be stocked with 4,000 pounds of Rainbow Trout for Opening Day

Things To Do In San Diego

Courtesy of Presented by Eric Matz

Do you love exquisite wine and delectable quisine? YES! Then you must attend the 7th Annual San Diego Bay WINE AND FOOD Festival. This years annual festival boasts 70 of San Diego's finest chefs, 170 wine and spirit purveyors, cooking and wine tasting classes, big bottle auction, wine and food tastings, and a $50,000 Chef of the Fest Competition.  The 2010 Festival will run from