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Destinations in California (16)

  • La Jolla, California

    La Jolla, a small, picturesque, Mediterranean-style town on the coast of Southern California, is most notably the home of Dr. Seuss, America's most famous, most prolific, most beloved children's books author – think The...

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  • Lake Tahoe, California

    Lake Tahoe is the premier lake resort of America, and the largest alpine lake in all of North America. It is an absolutely stunning lake, which Mark Twain described as "the fairest picture the whole earth affords." But besides...

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  • Los Angeles, California

    LA is the city of angels. It is a city of dreams, a city of stars, a city of make-believe, a city of hype, a city of movies and entertainment, a city of freeways, cars and spaghetti junctions, and of cross cultures and mixed races. It is the...

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  • Mendocino, California

    Mendocino is the most surprising of all California towns: a typical New England-style village, picturesquely perched on a rocky bluff jutting out into the sea, frequently shrouded in fog, overlooking the sheltered coves at the...

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  • Monterey Peninsula, California

    Monterey Peninsula is one of California's loveliest and most historic regions, located along the north Central Coast of California, at the southern end of Monterey Bay. It encompasses thousands of acres of unspoiled coastal...

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  • Napa Valley, California

    The Napa Valley is world-famous. It is one of the premier wine growing regions of the world, rivaling the likes of Bordeaux, France, if not in size, certainly in stature and notoriety. It is also practically synonymous with...

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  • Palm Springs, California

    Palm Springs is America's most famous desert resort, situated in the Mojave Desert in Southern California, directly beneath the towering 10,831-foot Mount San Jacinto. It is also, as its name suggests, a city of palms –...

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  • San Diego, California

    San Diego is the quintessential Southern California city, situated on the coast some 125 miles south of Los Angeles, virtually on the border with Mexico. It has reliably good weather with blue skies and sunshine, and over 70 miles of coastline...

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  • San Francisco, California

    San Francisco is unequivocally the most popular, most visited city in the United States. It is the City by the Bay, the city built on rock and roll, the home of bohemians and the Beat Generation, and that of the "flower...

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  • Santa Barbara, California

    Santa Barbara is the self-styled "American Riviera." It has all the trappings of the Mediterranean Coast: seaside setting, ambiance, good food and sunshine. It also has more in it that is reminiscent of Old Spain than perhaps any...

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  • Santa Cruz, California

    Santa Cruz is the all-American “Surf City,” famous for its beaches and surf and oceanfront amusement park. It has in and around it more than two dozen beaches, scores of surf shops, and even a surfing museum. It also has in it a...

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  • Yosemite National Park, California

    Yosemite is a national treasure of monumental proportions. It is one of America’s most famous, most scenic, most popular national parks. It is a naturalist's dreamland, with towering mountains with landmark granite domes and...

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