A Trip Around the Corner: La Jolla

Just a forewarning to all my readers; this will be a picture heavy post.  I didn’t realize that my last post was almost 3 weeks ago!  I’ve been in a slump lately with anything remotely creative.  Unfortunately this blog falls into that category, but hopefully all of my little adventures around the corner will inspire me again!

La Jolla is a another beautiful coastal town in San Diego, CA.  Lots to do, see, and eat here.  I hope you enjoy the pictures!

Things I did, saw and ate:

1. A visit to Mt. Soledad. They have amazing views over La Jolla here.  Also a great memorial to a lot of men and women who have served our country.

2. A bite to eat at Galaxy Tacos.  I had heard about their homemade blue corn tortillas, and they didn’t disappoint!  Atmosphere and decor were awesome, but food was a bit on the pricey side.

3. A quick walk to La  Jolla beach; which was 5 minutes away from Galaxy Tacos.  A small area, but it was right around the corner.  To be honest, you could probably skip it, but it w as nice to hear and smell the ocean breeze that day.

4. A drive over to La Jolla Cove; where all the sea lions roam, get their tan on, and sleep.  I love seeing these animals up close, doing what they do best in a natural habitat.  Beware though; it does smell down there!

5. A trek down steep stairs into a cave.  The Cave Store at the end of the walkway allows you to walk underground and into one of La Jolla ‘ s caves.  It’s a man made tunnel that gives you access to “Sunny Jim Sea Cave”.  For only $5, it’s definitely worth it!

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See you in the next post!!

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