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The Best of Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara mission
Located on the central Californian coast, Santa Barbara is a city that dubs itself as the American Riviera, and it is easy to see why. With a Mediterranean-like climate, sophisticated European influences, and an incredible depth of history and culture, here are some of the...
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Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park

Gold digging
The Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park is the site at which gold was first discovered by James. W Marshall in 1848, triggering the California Gold Rush. For those who are interested in the state’s famous Gold Rush history, a tour of the park will definitely be an...
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Historical Landmarks in the Sacramento Area

Sacramento park
Sacramento is packed with history and heritage, and there are over 50 fascinating historical landmarks scattered throughout the region. From a reconstruction of the very first California theatre built in California, to the culture-filled Crocker Art Museum, these are some of...
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Top Ten Beaches in California

California Beach
With over 800 miles of coastline, it comes as no surprise that California is home to some of the world’s best beaches. From the silver sands of Coronado Beach to San Diego’s famous Mission Beach, these are, in no particular order, the top ten beaches in California....
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Destination Guide: San Diego

San Diego
Located on California’s Pacific coast, the city of San Diego is known for its balmy climate, sandy beaches, and an incredible array of attractions. For those who are visiting the city for the first time, this San Diego destination guide will share with you all that you need...
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The “Birthplace” of LA

Olvera Street
Officially founded in 1781, Olvera Street is not only one of the oldest streets in the city, but is also considered to be the birthplace of LA. Today, this vibrant street is home to some of the oldest buildings in LA, and strives to preserve and showcase the customs and...
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Experience Baseball at Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium
The third oldest Major League ballpark in the nation, the Dodger Stadium first opened its doors in 1962, finally giving the Los Angeles Dodgers their very own stadium. Today, the Dodger Stadium has become quite the LA institution, so if you are planning on visiting the city, here...
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Must See Holiday Light Shows

Holiday lights
Many would agree that light shows are one of the highlights of the holiday season, and, as each year progresses, these light shows are really being elevated to a whole new level. From Texas to New York, these are the must-see holiday light shows this holiday season. Fred Loya...
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Exploring the California Delta

Rio Vista
Consisting of around 1000 miles of waterways, the California Delta is where the San Joaquin River meets with the Sacramento River, before it heads out towards the bay. Considered to be the wet and wild heartland of California, there are many places to explore in and around the...
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The Roseville Arts Scene

Woman looking at art
Roseville is a city that has always cultivated the arts, and its arts scene is now thriving more than ever before. From a wide range of performances at the city’s historical theater to visual art exhibitions and classes, these are some of the highlights to be found for...
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