With its golden beaches, rich variety of attractions and stunning waterfront scenery, La Jolla is one of the premier communities to visit in San Diego. Its wealth of local attractions and acclaimed beaches offer plenty to see and do for visitors of all ages and interests. Those with just one day will be hard pressed to see everything there is in this beautiful seaside community, but the right itinerary will help you get around the neighborhood efficiently and visit its top-notch attractions and destinations.
Now that Presidents Day Weekend has officially come to an end, we thought we’d tempt you with a few reasons to vacation before Memorial Day in May – mostly because we know it seems like a lifetime away. Is there a better vacation destination than the beautiful and relaxing beachfront community of La Jolla, CA? We didn’t think so! But if you need a bit of convincing, here are our top 6 “excuses” for planning a La Jolla vacation sooner rather than later. Continue reading
Looking for something to do in La Jolla this week? Explore a new exhibit featuring Dr. Seuss’ original drawings or indulge your palate with an exquisite cheese experience at Warick’s. Here is a look at the week ahead:
The La Jolla Christmas Parade has been a holiday tradition for 56 years. Drawing on average a crowd of more than 25,000 people, this years parade should be one of the most memorable ever. There are more than 100 participants in the parade and range from beauty queens, vintage vehicles, numerous bands, equestrians, several thousand children marching in different groups, and holiday floats. In honor of the WindanSea Surf Club’s 50th anniversary, they have been named grand marshal and the theme of the parade is “Christmas in the Surf and Sand”. Continue reading
La Jolla is a coastal town that oozes class and has become a mecca for art, culture and sophistication without toting along a pretentious attitude. The writers at La Jolla Blue Book have pulled out some of the top spots in this Jewel City where you can soak up some culture after you’ve had your fair share of the San Diego sun.
Changing seasons often indicate ample opportunities for family photos. Fall festivities, changing leaves, and other picturesque events lend themselves well to the forming of new family memories, all of which can be forever captured in photographs.
By taking advantage of the expertise of a top local photographer in La Jolla who has knowledge of the area and thus can arrange to shoot in areas that offer the best fall background in La Jolla San Diego, you too can expect to have some excellent fall photographs this year.
One such photographer is not only a resident of La Jolla, but also has over 30 years of experience photographing everything from children to weddings and beyond. Continue reading
This Saturday Moonglow Design Studio is hosting a free event where you can enjoy cheese and wine, live music and art all at the same time. To get to the studio on 5763 La Jolla Blvd, follow the sound of Ukuleles and guitars, as a mellow Hawaiian band will be providing the soundtrack to the evening’s festivities.
San Diego has so much more to offer than beach-front dining, microbrews galore, and top-notch museums. So what do you do in America’s Finest City if you’re looking to get your blood pumping?
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