Heather and I spent a few hours strolling around Little Italy in San Diego on Sunday. It was a beautiful day to be outside walking.
Our first stop was the Mona Lisa Italian Market, and we ended up buying so much stuff that we had to backtrack to the car to leave it there before we could continue our walk.
One of my favorite cookies - Lazzaroni amaretto cookies.
Eventually we continued on with our walk. As a side note, I mentioned that we bought a bunch of stuff, but we did not get any of the items pictured above.
New buildings are going up all over the place.
Older buildings are being renovated and converted to new uses.
As of last week Date Street between India and Columbia has been re-opened, and is now a pedestrian-only piazza. There is still some construction being finished up on the new apartments on the north side of the street.
There was all sorts of new things to see . . . we even found Bigfoot.
Click here to see more images from our Sunday afternoon walk around San Diego's Little Italy neighborhood.
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