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There are caves down there that gave La Jolla its name.
Where Leslie went next: a coffee shop called "the Living Room" for breakfast.
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A landmark bookstore (John Cole's)--closed on Sunday, but with pretty flowers.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (no photographs allowed!).
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One exhibit was a bunch of bottles hooked up to constantly vibrate/make low humming noises.
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The sculpture garden in back.
Another of the sculpture garden.
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And now, a rest on the beach.
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More beach. Leslie stretches out with a novel.
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To prove she was really there...
The seals at Children's pool.
Reunited! Leslie meets Bryan and the rest of the prospective UCSDers for dinner at La Jolla Shores.
Though Bryan tried valiently to get a game of ultimate frisbee going, everyone was too busy networking to join, or even approach the beach.
The sun setting over the beach.
Leslie in the waves.
Leslie in the waves, again.
HOW BRYAN SPENT MONDAY
HOW BRYAN SPENT SUNDAY
But first, Leslie got a look at the UCSD campus, particularly the central library Dr. Seuss designed.
From inside the Geisel library.
The front view (it's supposed to evoke the tree of knowledge).
Waiting for faithful bus #34.
Leslie took a good guess at which stop would get her to the top of Pacific Beach, and went on a long, eerie morning walk through the heavy fog.
Under the Crystal Pier.
The rented bike and the Mission Beach boardwalk.