California USA

  • Things to do in Malibu California

    Things to do in Malibu California

    Malibu is an affluent beachfront city in north-western Los Angeles County, California. It consists of 21 mile (34 kms) strip of prime pacific coastline. Malibu is famous for its warm, sandy beaches and for being home for many Hollywood stars. It is a great place to go and relax and check out some of the Southern California history. Malibu possesses some of the most beautiful Pacific beaches in Los Angeles.


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  • San Francisco Market Street and Chinatown

    San Francisco Market Street and Chinatown

    There are so many things to do in San Francisco , i will cover two great places in this amazing city first,San Francisco Market Street is, truly, a wonder of the modern world. It s got everything from beach paradise to big city business


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  • Terranea Resort California

    Terranea Resort California

    Sea breezes flows naturally at the Terranea Resort located on the uncrowded tip of the Los Angeles Palos Verdes peninsula, recalling a time of wild coastal bluffs dotted with haciendas. This large-scale luxury destination resort channels this in grand style on the singular spot of untamed coastline between L.A. and Orange counties. Unlike California of the 1800s, the Terranea Resort guests spend hours under the calming rapture of aromatic massages, delighting kids with the saltwater pool and indulging in menus designed for 21st century families..


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  • Beautiful Ventana Inn in Big Sur California

    Beautiful Ventana Inn in Big Sur California

    The simple pleasures are the best at the Ventana Inn: taking a walk in the woods, reading a book beside a real wood fire, cuddling with your sweetie, sipping wine while watching wild turkeys strut on the lawn at dusk.


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  • Redwoods National and State Parks

    Redwoods National and State Parks

    Visitors to the northwest corner of California tend to have one thing on their minds—the majestic coast redwoods. The trees don’t disappoint: reaching heights of more than 100 metres, living for well over 1,000 years (and occasionally twice that long), they’re a vivid reminder that humans are just one part of a much larger ecosystem.


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