After several rainy, cloudy days, the sun shined on San Diego.
Downtown is not too small, not too large; it's just right.
Especially the Gaslamp Quarter.
This Greely storefront was built at the end of the population boom and beginning of the bust. In 1888, the population of San Diego plummeted from 40,000 to 16,000. Read more about San Diego's time line here.
Every American city had a Woolworth Building.
New buildings are being constructed in Downtown San Diego.
Older structures are being renovated. Some like this lovely hotel have elegant 'legendary style'.
I have always been fascinated by the juxtaposition of old and new buildings.
I wonder what is being built here.
If you ever visit San Diego, I hope you will enjoy a wander around San Diego's Downtown Gaslamp Quarter as much as I did.