If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times, but I won’t hesitate to repeat it again. The views in San Diego are all gorgeous, looking out onto the Pacific Ocean, and La Jolla beach may be the full experience. In particular La Jolla Cave and the Children’s Pool areas.
Minus the smell, there is no beach that I want to be on today as the weather in NYC goes below freezing.
The beaches of La Jolla are lined with wildlife. In other cities, this means seagulls and crabs. But on the beaches of La Jolla it is sea lions and seals, lounging in the sun, barking into the waves, and just plain old enjoying life, with not a care in the world.
You can walk out onto rocks hanging out over the sea, feeling the waves crash into you (and trying not to slip and fall into a puddle of sea lion slime…no comment).
I went there later in the day and felt that it might be the best way to end any day and watch the sunset, be it after a long work day or just a lot of walking during a day of tourism.