La Jolla is the San Diego Village You Need to Visit.

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If you plan on visiting the San Diego area, you should plan a trip to the Village of La Jolla. Today i spent the day walking around the village. After brunch at Brockton Villa, I walked down to the coast to check out all the wildlife. It was fun watching the California Sea Lions and checking out the beautiful cliffs and beach. I also had my first cup of Pannikin Coffee and really enjoyed it.

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My name is Scott and in 2015, I bought a Ram ProMaster City to live in. Even though I didn’t know much about RV’s and campervans, I set about building the van out as a minivan camper. And in April of 2016, I moved into my minivan full time.
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