TGIF! Just in time for the weekend, here's an idea if you happen to be visiting, or, maybe, who knows, inspire you to play tourist in your own town.
In our pursuit of places to go visit a while ago, we stumbled upon this cave and wanted to go inside. The first time we thought of going in, I was wearing sandals and hubby was against me going down 145 stairs, especially when those stairs were actually wet and most likely slippery. Given that, we decided to make another trip here, so we can finally go inside this cave.
Well, let me tell you that it was interesting but we probably expected more of it. Once in the large opening, you end up on a platform and are limited to that. I understand safety must come first but I wish we could have touched the "ground".
A few weeks ago I started the series about San Diego, including what it's like living here, what to do in coastal SD and today the series continues with the things you can do inland. To get a better understanding about the coastal and inland "separation" you have to read the first post about it here.
Inland San Diego is just as pretty as the coastal one, well, in its own way.
No matter where you stay when here, you might want to check each of these places I'm sharing below.
One of the places you don't want to miss is