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Drive between Monterey and Carmel on the scenic 17 mile drive and you will have to pay a toll but it's a spot worth paying a bit for. After all, the people who live there pay a lot more for these ...
Few city entrances are as grand as San Fran’s silvery Bay, and the often fog-draped 1937 Golden Gate Bridge is the waterway’s signature Art Deco crown. San Francisco’s pride and joy measures 12 miles ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2012
So you’ve made a trip to California
and decided to do a little hiking and head for the hills, eh? Great
decision. A hike could be just what the doctor ordered. California has
some of the best ...
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2012
More than just a blip on the radar in northern Napa
county, Calistoga has all the required assets of a delightful escape
from the busy hustle and bustle of bigger ‘burbs. Famous for its ...
With the soft ocean breeze blowing in from the beach, it’s sometimes easy to forget that most of California is actually desert. Take into account all the things there are to do while we’re in San ...
Written by Hudson, USA, February 2012
True, the Pacific Coast Highway doesn’t belong to just Los Angeles , but if you happen to be in town, you must check it out. The 1 (as it’s familiarly known) cuts a line right along the ...
Los Angeles’s Palisades Park is one of the last bastions of things to do in Los Angeles that are truly free and wonderful. Famous for its jogging paths and wonderful natural scenery, any visit to ...
Ah love! It’s in the air in San Francisco .
Though the city of seven hills might make for a daunting walking
experience, it is rife with charm, fun things to do, and is a vibrant
and active ...
Written by Jeff, Australia, October 2010
If you have the time I'd highly recommend getting out on the bay for a sail. You can see beautiful sites like the Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito and Angel Island. You can also get up close and ...
Written by Britt_Turner, USA, October 2010
Hidden deep within the Presidio, Baker Beach is the best (and in my opinion the most beautiful) beach in San Francisco. It has a great view of the bridge and usually isn't too crowded. Beware though ...
During any visit to San Diego, it’s easy to see that this great city by the water is in an ideal. picturesque setting. Not only does this city about the great Pacific Ocean, but it also adjoins ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2012
Though it might not readily come to mind, Los Angeles
has got its fair share of wilderness to explore. I know what you’re
thinking: concrete jungle doesn’t count. But believe me, it’s easier ...
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