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All good things come to an end and so it was with our 7 week stay in San Diego. Before our departure we continued touring San Diego’s finest attractions. Off to Old Town we went to stroll around the historic state park while enjoying the ladies and gentlemen dressed in period era clothing. We loved the old architecture and the historic artifacts found here.
Another favorite attraction we haven’t been to in quite some time was the Mission San Diego de Alcala. Katie had never visited so we took a walk around the grounds to view the gardens and fine Spanish styled architecture of this old mission. There was a service mourning the death of a published author while we visited making the occasion a bit more solemn than normal so out of respect we didn’t tour the entire grounds.
We also couldn’t leave without a trip over to sunset cliffs where we hiked along the cliffs. We love this area for all its grandeur and the opportunity to see mother nature reshaping the California coastline. Looking closely we discovered several natural arches carved over time by the powers of the wind and surf.
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