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The Los Angeles.... River?
Think Los Angeles is a dry desert? You are correct... but it also boasts a river that runs from Simi Valley to Long Beach. Nature, recreation, and relaxation await the visitor.
Tower of Gold Book Review
California history isn't limited to Spain, Mexico, and the Anglos who took over. Here is a biography that chronicles the history of a Jewish man and family who helped to create the state we know today.
The Elephant Seals of California
Elephant seals can be viewed at two locations in California. They are dramatic animals, and visiting them will enhance a vacation to the Bay Area or the Central Coast.
Winter Wine Tasting in Sonoma County
Wine tasting is about so much more than the wine - visiting winery tasting rooms is an experience in itself. And what better way during the winter than to find tasting rooms with fireplaces?
Site Map Article
This article is a brief introduction to the California site at Bella OnLine.
Palm Springs and Environs
Palm Springs is a relaxing destination. Walking tours, hiking, casino play, and pool lounging are all popular.
Wild sheep are endangered nationwide, but particularly in California. Interested in knowing more? This article has basic information.
Scarlett Begonia Restaurant Review
Scarlett Begonia in downtown Santa Barbara offers tasty, trendy breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. It's worth the drive from the 101 freeway and the time taken for a leisurely meal.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles should be known for more than Hollywood and kitsch. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is a world-class concert venue, designed by Frank Gehry. While it provides space for amazing concerts and performances of all kinds, the architecture of the building is in itself a tourist attraction.
Snowy Delights in Mammoth Lakes
Looking for a ski vacation, or perhaps some family snow play? Consider driving to Mammoth Lakes in the Eastern Sierras. While not inexpensive, the area has incredible winter play opportunities. Here are some highlights
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