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This is an excellent beach for scuba diving diving when surf conditions are low. Telephone the beach information line before coming to the beach and always check with lifeguards before diving. A public restroom building with showers can be found in Scripps Park beside La Jolla Cove. Due to the steep hillside immediately adjacent, the beach itself is not wheelchair accessible. However, there is an excellent view from the park above and an extensive oceanside walkway in Scripps Park.
Written Aug 25, 2002
Scuba diving, swimming, surfing, a public boat launch and children's play areas at La Jolla Shores, La Jolla Cove and the Children's Pool or Casa allow guests to separate and do what they like. Shoppers can enjoy the downtown area within walking distance of some hotels, and sand lovers can walk to beach to soak up the sun in a region where it shines over 300 days per year and the average temperature is around 74 degrees. At time of writing, we were told that there's a fun way to see the sites. Trips departing from Colonial Inn on 910 Prospect include guided 90-minute and 2-hour walking tours.
Written Feb 25, 2003
Musuem of Contemporary Art, San Diego is in the back ground here. I made the mistake of going to La Jolla on a Monday when the museum is closed. It all worked out in the end. There was an art show in the park across the street and in San Diego at the American Plaza trolley stop there is a branch of the Contemporary Art Museum I did get to spend time in.
Written Aug 25, 2002
If you are going to La Jolla you must see the seals. They are right on the beach near the places all the people will be. Prospect is the street in front of the art museum there. Follow Prospect street until you come to Jenner street. Go down the hill on Jenner street to the ocean. Park your car and look over the sea wall. The seals will be right there.
This picture was taken a little past sun rise. When the sun warms things up the seals will swim away to find a meal and only a few of them will stay behind. The place the seals like is a small beach with a sea wall around it that was made for children to use. You can go out on the sea wall for a good look at the seals.
Written Aug 25, 2002
One of the most beautiful museums I have ever seen...Museum Row features several different exhibits, great restaurants, and several places for relaxing and basking in the CA sunshine.
Updated Nov 10, 2007
Explore San Diego history in the historic Whaley House. Named one of the most haunted houses in history by the Discovery Channel.
Located in Old Town San Diego.
Written Nov 5, 2007
This is what a lot of people come to see. A viewing walkway has been constructed for people to watch the seals that have taken over the beach and made it their own.
Updated Jul 2, 2007
A great place to get a 360 degrees panoramic view of San Diego.
Hours: 7:00 am to 10:00pm.
My rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Written Sep 14, 2006
Address: 6905 La Jolla Scenic Drive South, La Jolla, CA 920
Phone: (877) 204-7661
"La Jolla Cove Bridge Club"
The club hosts "Duplicate Bridge" three days
a week on: Wednesday - Friday & Sunday
12:15 P.M. - Visitors Welcome
Only $2.00 for non-members
Updated Oct 14, 2005
These may be Russian Olive trees, but I am not certain. Write to me if you know. My husband was intrigued by their unusual configuration. Sort of Japanese looking, too.
Updated Feb 11, 2005
Lodge at Torrey Pines La Jolla
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Estancia La Jolla Hotel La Jolla
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Things to do in La Jolla fall into three basic categories. Luxury, Science/Education and Water Sports. On and around Prospect Street, you'll find world-class dinning, shopping...