Solana Beach, CA Real Estate News

By Debra Brady
(World Wide Credit Corp.)
We had a wonderful experience sending our daughter to Solana Beach Presbyterian Preschool.  She spent two years thre and really developed into a neat kid.  The teachers are extremely caring and the student to teacher ratio is less than 10-1.We strarted our daughter off in the three day program when she was three years old.  We were amazed at how much she learned in that short year.  She learned to count, identify letters, shapes, and colors.  Her spiritual development basically advanced to :God is good". That was wonderful and exceeded our expectations.  She participated in group projects, learned socia; interaction, and how to deal with frustration.We advanced her to the five day program for her four year old year.  This is when she really started learning!  They start emphasizing phon...
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By Debra Brady
(World Wide Credit Corp.)
Pizza Port is a fun restaurant that specializes in pizza and beer.  The pizza is definitely "Southern Californian" style. Where else can you get a Lahaina Pizza (with pineapples and Canadian Bacon), Solana Pizza (shrimp and clams) or Margherita Pizza (basil, tomatoes, and olive oil)?  The menu is simple and tasty.The big screen television plays surfing videos featuring the best big wave surfers.  There are  plenty of video games n the back of the restaurant to accomodate bored children.  Pizza Port has a microbrew on site with "hand-crafted beers" that will please the most discerning of suds snobs.When dinner is over you may want to pick up a pint of their home-made ice cream. Prices are very reasonable.  We feed a family of three for about twenty dolllars. There is no dress code.  Most...
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By Debra Brady
(World Wide Credit Corp.)
Walk into Chief's Burgers and Brew on a Sunday and you'll feel like your in downtown Denver; this is definitely Bronco's territory.   Show up on a Friday night for dinner and you'll feel like a Solana Beach local.  Across from the Solana Beach train station on Cedros (just west of Lomas Santa Fe), the restaurant was actually named for the "SuperChief" train on the Santa Fe line. Chief's is casual.  You eat dinner at picnic tables and can watch one of the 25 televisions tuned to sports.  The service is outstanding and the food is served quickly.  Chief's has been hailed for having one of the top five burgers in Southern California and I won't refute that claim. The menu is pretty simple and features a different special each night of the week.  This "joint" is extremely family friendly.  ...
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