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Colorful and fun to wander along this area. As quiet as it was on Thanksgiving Day, but still interesting to see what the area has to offer, the next day it was hopping and lively with many boutiques and restaurants.
This part of La Jolla is literally clinging to the cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It is a great place to browse, shop and have a great meal or snack. Consider one of the restaurants that are built into the cliff line with fantastic views...More
La Jolla has a nice little downtown shopping area. Parking is not always easy, but if you can find a spot, you’ll enjoy the time. There are many souvenir shops, restaurants, and more upscale shops. Great place to spend an afternoon.
We strolled these streets several times during our most recent of La Jolla, each time exploring some different stores and establishments. There exists a wide range of quality stores in this area to meet most of your fashion needs, as well as some yummy restaurant...More
If you love window shopping, people watching and great food - visit these 2 streets while in La Jolla and you will not be disappointed! Thrown in are a few historic buildings for some culture! Great fun!
We came for breakfast and were so pleasantly surprised at the selection and the prices. The breakfast sandwiches were huge and delicious and only $5.50. The fruit salad bowl was enough for 2 people. The salads and desserts looked amazing. We are definitely going back.
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Inn by the Sea at La Jolla is the one that is closest to the beach around this area. They were renovating in March. Not really sure how it is though as we stayed at Grand Colonial Hotel which is a little up the hill from the... More
Inn by the Sea at La Jolla is the one that is closest to the beach around this area. They were renovating in March. Not really sure how it is though as we stayed at Grand Colonial Hotel which is a little up the hill from the beach but only about a 5 minute walk.