Started Sep 1, 2014 0 Replies 6 Likes
Hello all,Hope your summer was as fun as mine. My granddaughter and I did our 8,000 mile baseball and family reunion road trip. Boy, did we have some fun. I do believe the highlight was Kershaw's no…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig (17) Jun 19, 2014. 7 Replies 0 Likes
Hi everyone, My granddaughter and I head out in a week to catch 6 ballparks. Seattle was on the list, but, plans changed, bummer.I have two tickets for sale for Wednesday, June 25. Seattle plays…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by John McDade Mar 24, 2014. 2 Replies 0 Likes
Hello,Dodger tickets go on sale Friday, and I was wondering where to sit with my granddaughter, or where not to sit. I thought I had read not to sit in the outfield but can not find the post.Thanks…Continue
Started Aug 12, 2013 0 Replies 1 Like
Three down 27 to go. My granddaughter and I went to Minute Maid Park yesterday and had so much fun. We sat in seats that were, just let say, a little high. When we sat down the first thing out of her…Continue
Posted on December 4, 2013 at 6:46pm 10 Comments 6 Likes
After reading some blogs I thought I would add my own. My granddaughter and I are headed to the West Coast this June. We are going to six ballparks in two weeks. We will be leaving Dallas and will be staying in Anaheim. While there we will go to Dodger Stadium, Petco Park, and Anaheim. Then on up to Oakland, San Francisco, and Seattle. Denver does not want to cooperate with us, so we will go back in early July. This will give 10 parks down and 20 to go. We have our hotel rooms and car…Continue
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Hi Kathy! You will love San Diego. I would suggest the trolley form Old Town. It is a quick, easy ride and a free parking lot. Also you can stroll "Old Town" a touristy place but lots of shops and food. I would also suggest Little Italy! Little Italy is filled with Italian restaurants (of course) and is about half way between the Old Town trolley station and the ballpark...there is a trolley stop in Little Italy so it is worth it if you have the time.
As for the Dodger game...I agree with John McDade....the bleachers in the outfield are fine...but they definitely like the home team and will heckle you if you are sporting the opponents gear!
Seattle and San Francisco are beautiful parks...Oakland...ehhhhh.
Being a native San Diegan,,,if you need any questions answered...just send me comment.