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Downtown San Diego Beerpubs
The epicenter of the West Coast beer making phenomenon is the city of San Diego, and, for connoisseurs of craft brewing, a visit here takes on the mantle of a pilgrimage.
Laetitia Vineyards and Winery
Truth to tell, only French sparkling wines are called “champagne.” Those from Laetitia Winery California don’t have a specific name – except delicious! Next time you’re in the area, taste some great wine that’s made using environmentally friendly and "human rights-aware" practices.
Alamitos Bay Walking
Long Beach, Alamitos Bay, Pacific Coast Highway, Schooner or Later, Crab Pot, Ballast Point, Long Beach Southeast Farmer's Market
The Donner Party
One of the most famous pioneer tragedies, the Donner Party's sad story is a California legend.
Muir Woods National Monument
Just 11 miles north of San Francisco, a woodland paradise awaits. Walk in the shadows of the giant redwood trees and commune with the flora and fauna of this unique habitat.
Jack London Square in Oakland
Jack London Square, in the heart of Oakland, is well worth your time for a day, an afternoon, or an entire weekend!
The Norton Simon Museum
If you’ve watched the Rose Parade, you’ve seen the outside of the building. It’s time to enter and see the rest of this amazing place!
A Beach Weekend in Cayucos
This secluded hamlet provides opportunities for fishing, beach play, and quiet relaxation.
Winter Weather in California
Don’t let the hype fool you – there are many Californias, and each has its own weather!
The Carmel Mission
Every Californian fourth grader makes a model of a mission, and the Carmel Mission is one of the favorite choices! Read on to see why.
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