During your downtime at NADCA's 31st Annual Meeting and Exposition be sure to get outside and explore Coronado, CA, the well-known resort city located on a peninsula in the San Diego Bay. The iconic victorian Hotel del Coronado, which opened in 1888, is one of the oldest of its kind in the United States. Not only famous for its appearances in Hollywood films, but the grounds are also a great spot to go for dinner, ice cream, shopping, or lounging.
Coronado Beach is a 1.5-mile stretch of beautiful, sandy coastline. Here, the legendary Sand Castle Man creates sand mansions daily. Head over to The Coronado Ferry Landing for shops and restaurants or walk over to the nearby Centennial Park for the San Diego skyline views. Regardless of how you like spending your free time, there is something for everyone in Coronado!