La Jolla Cove Scenery – California – May 2019

We thought we were only stopping here for a short look and then moving on. 5 hours later, we did indeed move on. The place was just too darn beautiful. I am splitting this stop into three components. This one is the scenery.

La Jolla (La Hoya) Cove is a small picturesque cove and beach surrounded by cliffs in La Jolla, San Diego, California. It is a protected marine area with a rich underwater marine life. (SOURCE:Wikipedia)

There is free public parking on street, but it is limited and we can only imagine what it must be like on a busy summer weekend. Arriving in mid afternoon on a mid spring weekday, we had no parking problem and in fact, our spot on the hill leading down to the cove gave us a perfect view without even leaving the car, but that would never do.

La Jolla Beauty

La Jolla beauty

right before our very eyes.

Magnificent Cove.

Views near La Jolla Cave

Coffee and a sweet in Brockton Villa, a restaurant in one of the first beach cottages constructed in 1894.

Views on the stroll toward Point La Jolla

8 thoughts on “La Jolla Cove Scenery – California – May 2019

  1. I had heard about La Jolla, but wondered what all the fuss was about. Now I know and you will see in my future posts. Funny how a rainy miserable start to this day turned into something so beautiful. The key is not to let the weather stop you. Thanks for reading and commenting. Allan


  2. Hi Lael. That hillside was just gorgeous. As to the desserts, my wife had the flourless Chocolate torte that she said was to die for. Mine was called Coast Toast, a La Jolla take on French Toast. While it was good, I would go for the choco next time. Thanks fro reading. Allan


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