19 responses to “travel inspiration…

    • Hi Renee, you will have to find out on the next post on thursday. Taking tomorrow off but i will probably visit everyone’s sites. 🙂

    • Hi Loren, gosh both places sound very lovely but alas, no. As for that Coronado bridge, a little scary but it’s got great view once on it. 🙂 just dont bungee jump. Lol

  1. BTW, I hate tall bridges. But my daughter, who has no particular fear of bridges (or heights), thinks the bridge to Coronado Island is about the scariest thing she’s ever been on. So good luck…

    • To.move, to wander, to discover… He’s a great writer. Lovely inspiration to have when one is sometimes stuck behind desk. Have a great day Elena. 🙂

  2. Wow! This picture also brings back memories. I used to work at the hospital on the island and during my lunch break I would take a walk along the water. Also, I remember biking and running along the silver strand…Coronado is the jewel of San Diego!

    • Glad to bring you some happy memories. This is one of those trips where we didn’t do much planning, but got a lot in, so was really surprised by how charming and beautiful SD is… I dont want to spoil surprises but i agree with what you said. 🙂

  3. Hm. I think I could sympathize with Stevenson. Is wanderlust curable? Lovely photograph looking forward to the next post!

    • Hi J.G., not sure if it’s curable but i know it can be contagious, though in a good way… Thank you for the compliment. Stay tune. 🙂

    • You know all the places it seems. 🙂 I am actually not sure but it’s close to the seaport village. I am not done yet with all of my SD posts. I am interrupting it for SF this week because of the GG bridge bday!

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