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What is La Jolla
Beach La Jolla (pronunciation , i.e. “lah-HOY-yah”) is a seaside resort community of 42,808 residents within the city of San Diego, California. La Jolla borders Pacific Beach to the south and extends north to Torrey Pines State Reserve and Del Mar, California. Along the way it encompasses neighborhoods[http://www.ruthmillsteam.com/lajollamap (...)
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Cheap Rentals | Del Mar | Fashion Valley | Gaslamp Quarter | Mission Beach | San Diego | Sea World | Shakespeare's Pub
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jussi from Finland wrote about Cheap Rentals 4 years, 8 months ago
In one word: impressive! We went to see three excellent shows, and I recommend them all. The first and best show featured Sea World's biggest star Shamu the killer whale. The second show was hilarious Risky Rescue with sea lions Seamore and Clyde. The third show we saw was Dolphin Discovery featuring huge jumps about 20 feet high!
jussi from Finland wrote about Comfort Inn & Suites Zoo Sea World 4 years, 8 months ago
_If_ you have a car, the location is good: easy to navigate and fast access to freeways. If you rather move using a taxi or public transport, go somewhere else. We had a car and were happy to find out that it took only some 10 mins to drive to the beaches or Sea World. WiFi: sloooow
jussi from Finland wrote about Point Loma 4 years, 8 months ago
A submarine base close to the San Diego city center. Need a permission to get here and while we got the permission, our cab driver didn't. We would have had a long walk ahead of us but out of nowhere came a limousine whose driver waved us to step aboard. There were already other guests for the same occasion and they kindly offered us a ride. Now that's the way to go to a friend's wedding! The setting by the coast with occasional palm trees was beautiful.
jussi from Finland wrote about Mission Beach 4 years, 8 months ago
A great ocean side beach and a beach boulevard lined with beach houses on the other side. Lot of surfers riding the waves, which were big enough. Most of the guys seemed to be quite good, but I guess that's what you get when you're living 100 meters from the waves in a beach house. Luckily I was able to find a good spot where other beginners where trying to get on the board. I wasn't the only one falling off most of the times. :-) The beach was clean and sand was smooth.
jussi from Finland wrote about Gaslamp Quarter 4 years, 8 months ago
San Diego's pedestrian friendly city center featuring a few blocks of beautiful architecture and low-rising buildings hosting a number of restaurants, bars, clubs and theaters. And, to my astonishment, after the sunset they actually lighted up the gas lamps in some street corners. On a Friday night the place seemed to be bustling with people coming for after-work drinks or - a bit later - having a dinner and more drinks.
jussi from Finland wrote about Fashion Valley 4 years, 8 months ago
A big mall with a lots of shops varying from small clothes boutiques to Macy's and Bloomingdale's. I found what I needed from the food court and the Apple store. The burrito was excellent! Disclaimer: I'm no expert on shopping or malls in general. :-P
jussi from Finland wrote about San Diego International Airport 4 years, 8 months ago
jussi from Finland wrote about Shakespeare's Pub 4 years, 8 months ago
An Irish pub showing football. The beer tasted rather good (surprise?!) in the relaxed setting. Even though we didn't experience it personally, our taxi driver commended the excellent atmosphere when there was a game of soccer on screen. He seemed to be so fond of the place that he probably would have come in with us if he hadn't have customers waiting...
jussi replied 3 years, 9 months ago:
I think I'd go and stay on one of the beaches. Surfing, playing beach volley and just strolling along the beach was just great. :) The downtown area is not bad either, nice area to walk around.
On our visit we stayed in a hotel on the Hotel Circle (by I8) and it was a good choice. We had a car and it was very quick to drive everywhere from there.
Btw. Sea World was worth a visit, in my opinion.
catherineannc wrote about 1906 Lodge At Coronado Beach 10 months ago
The 1906 Lodge is an upscale boutique hotel in Coronado, CA offering guests a variety of accommodations from elegant rooms overlooking the garden to luxurious suites with fireplaces, spa tubs, and porches to enjoy the fresh ocean breeze.
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