The 11th stop on my blog tour of La Jolla is the La Jolla Bike Path or sometimes called Fay Avenue Bike Path. The path starts from the fire station across the street from La Jolla High on Nautilus Street, and winds through the neighborhood of Upper Hermosa to Via Del Norte in
Where in La Jolla can you find a natural habitat for seals and sea lions? There is only one place, the La Jolla Children’s Pool. The Children’s Pool or as the locals call it the “Casa” is located close to downtown La Jolla, and is the 10th stop on my “Blog Tour of La Jolla”.
Do you ever have vision of soaring like a bird? Are you a daredevil or looking for another adventure then, the 9th stop on my “Blog Tour of La Jolla” – Torrey Pines GliderPort in La Jolla is the place for you!
The Torrey Pines GliderPort is located above the picturesque Black [...]
Hidden away in La Jolla, nestled just between Prospect Street and Coast Blvd is an amazing walking path called Coast Walk. The path begins at a secret location, a small parking lot at the intersection of Prospect Place and Park Row. From the parking lot you take the wooden staircase with the [...]
My husband Scott and I love to take our three dogs on early morning walks along one of our favorite La Jolla beaches, Windansea.We love to watch the surf as the dogs run around happily on the sand (before 9:00am). My nephew Ian is an excellent surfer [...]
On Sundays, my husband Scott and I love to take our three dogs Beethoven, Soledad and Samson down to the La Jolla Village and walk on the beach at Marine Street then on to La Jolla’s Open Aire Market. There is just nothing like walking through the market and sampling strawberries, watermelon, humus or [...]
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