La Jolla, one of San Diego’s most beautiful beach communities, and a Fiat 500 Spider sports car are made for each other, and we’re visiting some of my favorite secret spots today in the print edition of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

The column’s been online for a week or so, but for those who enjoy the classic newspaper, you’ll find my 115th Weekend Driver column in today’s paper. It’s on page L2.

Take the trip and you’ll visit the historic Torrey Pines Gliderport, La Jolla Shores and some hidden spots around Bird Rock.

And speaking of the gliderport, there’s a correction to the web link in the news story: the website for the Cliffhanger Cafe at the gliderport is https://www.flytorrey.com/the-cafe/

After you win a bundle at the Breeders Cup at Del Mar, head south up Torrey Pines Road to the gliderport and start your tour.

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In Print Today: La Jolla's Hidden Beach Spots
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In Print Today: La Jolla's Hidden Beach Spots
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La Jolla, one of San Diego's most beautiful beach communities, and a Fiat 500 Spider sports car are made for each other, and we're visiting some of my favorite secret spots today in the print edition of the <em>San Diego Union-Tribune</em>.

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