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Visit the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial for a 360 degree view of San Diego, California.
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Well, I am here in San Diego at the Mt. Soledad Memorial Park. I want to show you the views that you get from this beautiful place at the top of the mountains of La Jolla. And what you get, is you get the Bay, you get the Ocean, you get the City. You get a 360 degree turn of San Diego that I'll be showing you. This is a beautiful place. You can see here also that our veterans are remembered on the wall. I am going to show you the view from the other side. See that white building that looks like Superman's castle; that is the Mormon Temple.
What we are looking at is the view from the Mt. Soledad Cross Memorial Park in San Diego, which gives you a 360 degree view of the city. So you see the city, you see the coastline, you see beautiful La Jolla, and the ocean. There's a flag coming up, and let me show you what's on the other side. This is a beautiful park to come with your family when you are in La Jolla, you can combine it with a day at the beach, and you can honor the veterans at the same time, as this memorial park has the photographs of the veterans who served in the military. See mission bay out there, and you can also see downtown in the distance. It's a little hard to see in this.