La Jolla Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Yaqui
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Yaqui
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Yaqui

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in La Jolla

  • 1. Beaches / Caves / Cliffs / Coves

    Located along the La Jolla Cove walkway is a plaque and it reads: This plaque in Commemoration of: Conrad F. Limbaugh and Harold F. Riley for their efforts toward the creation of The San Diego - La...

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  • 2. Mount Soledad

    Here's a view from atop Mt. Soledad. It's one of the highest view point within San Diego proper. From here one can see downtown SD to the south, Scripps Ranch to the east, Torrey Pines to the notth...

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  • 3. UCSD / SIO

    The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, just the place for cerebral types. The Salk Institute is a private, non-profit, research organization located in La Jolla. Scientists here are dedicated...

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  • 4. La Jolla Presbyterian Church 1928

    We were exploring this area and we actually parked right in front of this beautiful church. So we wondered in and what beautiful stain glass. Built in 1928, the...

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  • 5. Murals of San Diego

    Downtown La Jolla has lots of wonderful murals. The last photo is of a map of where all the murals are located and who painted them.First photo is The Shores,...

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  • 6. La Valencia~The Pink Lady 1926

    La Valencia opened its doors as an apartment hotel on December 15, 1926. While its first name, Los Apartmentos de Sevilla. The architect, Reginald Johnson, was...

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  • 7. George Kautz House 1913

    Built 1913 for George Kautz and designed by Irving Gill. The Sousa family lived in the home for many years during the 1920's. It now serves as The Bed &...

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  • 8. La Jolla Women's Club 1914

    Designed by Irving Gill a Medernist Architect, was commissioned by Ellen Browning Scripps. It has very beautiful gardens with pergolas, court yard, patios and...

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  • 9. Birch Aquarium

    It's not a must do for many visitors, but I highly recommend this to visit on a rainy day like me or to complement a visit to La Jolla.We where on our Easter...

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  • 10. Little nice spots in La Joya

    I always walked near it, but never noticed before, this statue of a girl looking at he water, is just in front of La Joya public park and across The Museum of...

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  • 11. Renowned Psychologist & Speaker

    I have a wonderful friend in La Jolla named Edie Eger. I first met her in May 2004 while she was down in Aguascalientes, Mexico giving a talk on her life and...

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  • 12. Watch Surfers and Sunsets

    Go to Wind N' Sea Beach in La Jolla to watch the local surfers and the sunset. There is a local legend that if you watch the sunset til the very end, you will...

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  • 13. It's hard to miss the flora in La Jolla!

    For someone from Chicago, the amount and kind of flowering plants is overwhelming. Things we consider exotic, such as these birds of paradise flowers are used...

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  • 14. Torrey Pines Golf Course. ...

    Torrey Pines Golf Course. This is actually a public course (one of the best public courses in the country). It's also home to several PGA tour events each year....

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  • 15. La Jolla had some nice places...

    La Jolla had some nice places to shop. I saw them as I walked along Prospect to get to the museum. I just liked this picture of the ground squirrel better than...

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La Jolla Off The Beaten Path

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There is much more to La Jolla than the lovely village area that most visitors seem to miss.  La Jolla Shores and Torrey Pines reserve  is ideal for watersports activities and...

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