From a favorite of John Betjeman to Polish art-deco cafes, underwater observatories and Hemingway’s fishing spot our readers reveal their favorite over-water strolls
Huntington Beach is the religious home of Californian browsing. I really like strolling out early within the morning alongside Huntington Beach Pier, when the marine layer mist lingers, making all the things appear mystical. All you’ll be able to see are the silhouettes of a whole bunch of surfers, sitting, ready for a wave. Watch them as you stroll alongside the 1,850ft-long pier, then head to Ruby’s, a 1940s-style diner on the finish of the pier. Head upstairs and sit by a window looking to the Pacific, to look at the dolphins and the mist slowly carry, consuming bottomless espresso and consuming scrumptious pancake stacks.
Maddy Miller, London