San Diego, Part 3: The Architecture and Indoor Gardens of Balboa Park
Balboa Park is a massive urban park in the middle of the city, containing gardens, buildings, museums, and more. Much of it is dominated by the Spanish Baroque architecture created for the 1915 – 1917 Panama-California Exposition. I spent a day wandering there and took a ridiculous number of pictures as usual, but really didn’t pay so much attention to what was what so my captions might be a little lacking. The park is an attraction in and of itself and you could easily spend a week there visiting all the museums, gardens, the zoo, and just strolling down El Prado, the main street running between the arcaded Casa de Balboa. My day there was unexpectedly amazing.
Wow! What a beautiful place! The architecture is so amazing! That looks like a place I could get lost for a couple days and be perfectly okay with it!
I hadn’t heard about it before going to San Diego so I was pretty impressed. You can easily spend a week there with all the museums and gardens. I highly recommend it!
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