The new pedestrian plaza in Balboa Park’s South Palisades area is almost ready!
I noticed during my walk today that tables and colorful umbrellas have been placed around the new plaza’s perimeter. Remove that yellow tape, exchange sunshine for a drizzly afternoon, and I bet life immediately flows in.
The nearby San Diego Automotive Museum is also looking great with a fresh coat of paint!
We’re nearing Thanksgiving, a time for gathering. Unfortunately with the coming of cooler weather, the COVID-19 pandemic is worsening in many parts of the world. Because of the growing rate of infection in San Diego, it seems likely most of Balboa Park’s museums will be forced to close again.
On this overcast, rainy November day, very few people were about. But a day will come when smiling crowds gather again in one of the world’s most amazing city parks. And it will be more beautiful than ever.
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2 thoughts on “Balboa Park’s new Palisades plaza gets ready.”
REALLY GREAT PICS.
Thanks. It was drizzling and I didn’t have an umbrella, so it was a bit of a trick to keep my camera dry!