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The Pavilion by Dale Naegle

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'The Pavilion' on the coast of La Jolla, designed by Architect Dale Naegle in the 1960's as a guest retreat for Sam Bell, heir to General Mills (Bell Potato Chips). It is accessible via a 300 foot tramway. The mushroom shaped design was used to honor nature's forces, resisting tidal waves, rock slides, earthquakes, fire, wind, and rain storms. Now owned by a San Diego philanthropist, it remains La Jolla's best kept secret. Only sea lions, seals and surfers know of it.

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