American Income Life Goes Old School in San Diego




Pottery in San DiegoQualifying Representatives have so much to look forward to at #AILConvention2015 in sunny San Diego. Between gorgeous beaches and iconic sights, there’s plenty to see and do! If you want to enjoy shopping, dining, and a historical experience, make sure you put Old Town San Diego on your list of must-sees. 

So Much to See in Old Town San Diego

Old Town San Diego marks the site of the first Spanish settlement on the U.S. West Coast and features 12 acres of Mexican lore and historical sites, colorful shops, early-California-style restaurants, museums, a theater, and the restored Cosmopolitan Hotel*. Between shopping for handcrafted souvenirs and enjoying authentic Mexican cuisine, Old Town lets you experience California’s history firsthand.

Glimpse into colonial life in San Diego at the Old Town State Historical Park. Visitors can take a trip to yesteryear as they tour homes and buildings from the 19th century. If you’re feeling extra adventurous make it your mission to find the old adobe ranch homes, schoolhouse, and graveyard. These historic treasures are nestled throughout occupied areas of the neighborhood. They may take a little more work to locate, but they’re worth the extra effort! You can reward yourself after your adventure with some shopping at the Bazaar Del Mundo, or dinner at Café Coyote.Restaurant in San Diego

American Income Life in Old Town

American Income Life Convention gives qualifying Representatives an opportunity to explore all that San Diego has to offer. Qualify and you can soak up rich California culture and see history come alive as you wander through the streets of Old Town. Have you qualified yet? Let us know in the comments below!

*http://www.sandiego.org/articles/old-town/old-town-san-diego.aspx

About Natalie Beeman

Natalie Beeman is the Social Media Writer for American Income Life, National Income Life, and Liberty National. Google

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