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Hilton Hotels & Resorts Claim San Diego Is the Perfect Vacation Spot for the Entire Family

Posted by Staff Reporter on Mar 23, 2016 09:26 AM EDT
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A general view of the San Diego skyline as competitors fly in the elimination rounds of the Red Bull Air Race World Series on September 21, 2007 in San Diego, California. (Photo : Getty Images/Justin SullivanDonald Miralle)

Hilton Hotels & Resorts partnered with Popsugar to show off all the reasons why San Diego is the perfect family getaway. As most parents know, it is hard to please everybody when it comes to selecting a vacation destination, but San Diego provided the best solution.

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The Southern California city is jampacked with fun activities that both kids and adults would enjoy. Visitors can have an unforgettable time on the water with jetpacks, go on an afternoon safari, and finish the day with s'mores on the beach. San Diego is the best place to have an adventure while bonding with the family. Popsugar had released a video which urged everyone to book their next family trip to the sunny city.

Meanwhile, families can attend The Library at Night at the San Diego Public Library on March 22. Colin McAllister's concert will take the family on a musical trip through time and space, from the medieval era to the present, from Europe to Latin America.The musician and historian will draw on his breadth of wisdom and experience to thoughtfully execute each song. He will draw inspiration from Alberto Manguel to interweave music with spoken word in an engaging presentation in the library, according to San Diego magazine.

The San Diego Public Library inherited its inspired generosity by being lodged with time and arts. It is not the exclusive realm of books. The library holds images, scores, maps, words, and scientific instruments in a various forms. In the sixth century, Saint Benedict used the library as a place for performing prayer and chants. Completed in September 2013, and with about 500,000 square feet of space, the structure is an incredible landmark of the city of San Diego and also an architectural marvel.

Before and after the event, the Hervey Rare Books Room would be opened for viewing. This room keeps the Wangenheim Collection, including rare works, artifacts and manuscripts depicting the development of literature through the ages.

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