When you come to San Diego California this is definitely a place to check out.
Cabrillo National Monument Park
I captured only a little piece of that park ,there is so much more that I didn’t get to go . There are beautiful tide pools, there is a very old lighthouse and many more.
Usually the entrance fee cost but I was lucky to get in for free ;-))
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