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San Diego Must-Sees

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San Diego is the bright, exciting city right at the bottom of Southern California, bumping up against the Mexican border and the glittering lights of Tijuana. With perfect weather all year round, this beautiful beachside city has a lot going for it, with sun, sea and sand perfectly complimented by a diverse urban culture and a fantastic food scene. Here are some of the must-sees that you can’t miss if you’re in San Diego for a cruise.

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We are about to embark on our very first holiday abroad with a baby. We first took Jake aged 2 and even though he was still in nappies, he had far fewer needs. As long as he had toys, games and stickers he was a happy boy! So, this year he is 4 and the tablet is probably going to be played the entire time (if he has his way!) but William is just 5 months which has made me feel a little more anxious. But to combat this I have done my research and this is my flying with a baby checklist: Continue reading “Flying with a Baby Checklist”

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