I hope you’ve been working hard on leg day because there’ll be a lot of walking in San Diego during our Conference! Luckily, the hotel we’re staying at is within walking distance of everything you’d want to do while in San Diego.
For one, being late won’t be an issue as Conference is being held in the hotel right next to ours. This is great for those of us who have a terrible memory and are always leaving something in our rooms. Having the two hotels so close to one another will be a lifesaver for some of us attending.
Believe it or not, but you will have time to go on outside adventures while attending Conference. Not sure where to start? A favorite destination of mine is the shopping district known as the Gaslamp. From food to clothes, to things only found in San Diego, there’s bound to be at least one thing for you to enjoy while wandering the streets. As a bonus, our hotel is so close to the Gaslamp that you can walk there within 10 minutes. At some point during your stay at Conference, I highly recommend visiting here.
Now for those of you that are like me and skipped leg day one too many times, you might be concerned about all the walking you’ll be doing. Let that worry fade as I have the perfect solution for our walking crisis. One great alternative to getting around San Diego is by using the trolley, which can take you through all of the highlights of the city. Or, if you would like something more hands-on, you won’t be hard-pressed to find electric scooters scattered on street corners at every turn.
We are staying at the perfect destination during our time at Conference so be sure to stay caught up on all the latest news to get the full sunny San Diego experience.
Isabella Garcia is the communications director for the PRSSA 2019 International Conference. During Fall 2018, Isabella joined PRSSA as an incoming junior, not only to immerse herself into the field of public relations but also to network and build relationships with her peers. In her two years left of school, Isabella will continue to work towards expanding her knowledge, pursuing a major in public relations and a photography certificate in the communications department at California State University, Fullerton.