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So you're in San Francisco and
you're looking to visit what the locals call “The Rock”. Anything you
need to know? In short, yes. Aside from its extensive history as a
military barracks, ...
The Napa Valley Wine Country is the premiere destination for wine enthusiasts in the United States with an unrivaled history of quality wine making. Napa and Sonoma make up California's most ...
Some of the most famous names in American wine are found in the Napa Valley. Domaine Chandon in Yountville produces fine sparkling wine. The Diamond Mountain and Spring Mountain districts are ...
If you love wine, you won't want to miss the chance to visit the famous Sonoma Valley wineries on a day trip from San Francisco. Along with nearby Napa Valley, Sonoma has developed a reputation for ...
A lot is said about San Francisco, both by visitors and locals alike. Foreigners often dub it "the most European" city in America. W.H. Taft called it "the city that knows how," ...
Nowhere in the world will you find such a wealth of great theme parks as in Southern California. And the good news is there’s fun for everyone, from toddlers to seniors. Want to see the best the ...
Are you a local who has never seen a movie star in the flesh? Are you passing through Los Angeles eager to see where your favorite movie stars live, work, shop and play? Either way you're probably ...
Fasten your seatbelt and keep your hands inside the carriage as we take a three-day whirl around some of the world’s greatest theme parks. Day 1: Knott’s Berry Farm Kick start your heart at ...
The stretch of Southern California from Los Angeles in the north to San Diego in the south contains some of the most popular attractions in the world. Start in the place where glamour is an export ...
What can be said about this stately and majestic park? Yosemite is on the “Must See” list of any nature lover who comes to California . With over 3.5 million visitors annually, it’s obvious that ...
I've been to Alcatraz three times now and it gets better each time. The new audio tour is real good, the quality is amazing because the voices are real former prisoners and guards, and the Parks ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2012
Sometimes we’re presented with something of a problem when it comes to a
night out on the town. For many of us, a night at the local watering
hole doesn’t do us enough justice. It may be nice, but ...
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 ...
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 ...
I've heard people say that North Beach, in San Francisco, is too "touristy." Well, the reason there's a lot of tourists is that it's a fabulous place to walk around, so many great bars and ...
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