Sands Of La Jolla
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On Tuesday 18th November we left our hostel in Point Loma and headed for Coronado Island. We were checking into another hostel in the downtown area that afternoon.
We drove across the Coronado Bridge and admired the beautiful views across San Diego Bay on route. Our first stop was Coronado Beach and the historic Hotel Del Coronado, also known as The Del. We walked around the hotel grounds and it has got to be the biggest hotel I have ever seen. It featured many ...
... along the rocks we see crabs, fish and sea anemones in the pools. We walk all the way back along the beach, climbing over the rocks when necessary to the surfers beach which is just down the road from our hotel. By now the sun is starting to fade so we reluctantly head back to the hotel to pack ready for our flight home tomorrow :-(
After looking at the map and getting recommendations ...
... store signs. The pier or wharf as they call them is the oldest in California and where salt water taffy was created and all because a girl didn't want to walk to the well to get the water so dipped her bucket over the pier, but they don't make it like that these days! We walked up the viewing tower at the county courthouse and survey the views across Santa Barbara. Then we happened upon an art ...
Met up with John in San Jose and said our goodbyes. Hoping to squelch those miles to San Diego.
Took hwy 101. It was traffic for a long while.. Got glimpses of the oceanic oil fields and random "small towns" inland of the coast.
Called Portos ahead of time.. but they were closed :(
Ordered special In N Out menu in Southern Cali, (Santa Maria?) then straight ...