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A visit to La Jolla, California

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If you come to visit San Diego, be sure to put a visit to La Jolla on your list of things to do. La Jolla is about 25 miles north of downtown San Diego:

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P.S. If you fly into San Diego, sit on the left side of the airplane. The view of downtown San Diego as you are landing is magnificent.

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19 thoughts on “A visit to La Jolla, California

  1. seakist

    I love the sea lions snuggling! That is so adorable. It would be so cool to sleep on the beach and snuggle with them (I think they like humans, I saw a show about a baby one and he got very attached to a zoo keeper).

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  2. Carol

    The coast, whether west or east, north or south, is always worth a photo or two, or several. Yours are beautiful! Flying into San Diego – just missing that hotel, whose name I have managed to forget – is not for the fainthearted.

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  3. Leilani

    Lovely and refreshing. I saw no cats, however. Where were the cats?
    Have a Happy Merry Christmas Holiday and thank you so much for subscribing to “Tales of a Clyde Woman” this year. You have been an encouragement. :)
    Tell Zoey I said hi and here’s to many great things in 2013!
    Leilani

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  4. Nicole

    Last time I stayed in San Diego, I took local route 30 from Old Town to get to La Jolla. Was a leisurely bus ride, but allowed for much sight seeing along the way. Great post!

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