While Southern California isn't exactly known for its dramatic seasonal changes, we embrace the holiday spirit with enthusiasm that's second to none.
The OC Marathon is ranked as one of the best running events in California. The course is beautiful, the weather is mild, and best of all, there’s little elevation gain. As a casual neighborhood runner, I was on the fence about whether or not the OC Marathon was for me. But after taking a closer look at the course itself, I signed up and I haven’t looked back. If you’re still unsure about committing to this event, read on for an in-depth look at the course. I bet you’ll be as pumped as I am for Race Day! Logistics:
We’re the first to admit that parking is a special kind of terrible in Newport Beach. Save yourself the headache, hassle, and pricey parking tickets by following these handy guidelines: Let’s Start with the “Don’ts” DON’T park on or block another property – even if you’re just unloading your vehicle. Cross a home’s property line by an inch and you can be towed. (The locals don’t play around!) DON’T use commercial parking lots (like the Pavilions parking lot on 32nd St) for your overflow parking. You’ll be towed in no time. DON’T forget to follow the street sweeping
It doesn’t happen often, but when it rains in Newport Beach, the options for escaping the wet weather are endless. From indoor water parks to top-tier boutiques, Newport Beach has a deluge of rainy day activities for every type of vacationer! For Family-Friendly Activities, Try These Rainy Day Adventures: Visit the Discovery Cube: The Discovery Cube is a science and technology museum in Santa Ana that is perfect for kids and adults alike. With hands-on exhibits and interactive displays, it’s a great place to spend a rainy day learning and having fun. Try an escape room: Escape rooms are