After a whirlwind of professional development activities at CEC 2015, you might be ready for a break. We’ve picked out some of the best ways to relax in San Diego for you in this post.
Take a Spa Day
The Hotel Del Coronado (or “The Del”) is a national landmark located on 28 beautiful acres on Coronado Island. You might also recognize it from the classic Some Like it Hot, starring Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe. The spa “highlights the healing properties of the sea and offers a wealth of relaxing treatments and beauty therapies, including organic facials, luscious body scrubs, slimming wraps and deep tissue massage.” Our favorite part? The private terrace pool that overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
Strike a Pose for Relaxation
The Chopra Center for Well Being is the place to go for yoga and meditation. Founded 15 years ago by the internationally renowned Deepak Chopra, the Chopra Center, located at the La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, offers a unique yoga practice based on Chopra’s book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.
Sweat It Out
Did you know San Diego was home to the first triathlon? With average temperatures in the low 70s, it’s no wonder many San Diegans are avid runners. If you’re looking to join them, you should check out these running routes from the San Diego Tourism Authority.
Take A Swing
If running’s not your speed, why not hit a few balls? The great weather make San Diego a perfect spot for 18 holes. There are over 90 golf courses in the area – you can find information on all the top spots in the 2014 San Diego Golf Guide.
How are you planning on relaxing in California?