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California Vacation

California is on the western coast of the United States. The state is approximately 200 miles (300 km) wide from its western beaches to its eastern deserts bordering the states of Nevada and Arizona. Wide variety of scenery and climates help to make California an immense place to visit. Few of them are:

San Francisco

This is the best city in the US and also one of the best in the world. San Francisco is definitely a great city for musicians and artists as it has much to offer them. It is located nearly 400 miles (600 km) to the north. This beautiful city hugs the slopes of a hilly peninsula on the shores of a vast blue bay amid the coastal mountains.

Los Angeles

It would be impossible to understand California if one didn't spend some time in Los Angeles and the surrounding area. It has big and glamorous city Hollywood, luxurious of Rodeo Drive, the sunny beaches where girls do their tanning … It also has a lot of interesting museums, cultural events and art galleries.

Disney Land

One of the most well known California destinations for the old and young alike is Disney Land. Everyone loves the Disney theme parks. Fun and entertainment on state of the art rides, interactions with everyone's favorite Disney characters, great food in themed restaurants, and much, much more make Disney Land favorite of all age group.

Museum of Jurassic Technology

A collection both cryptic and illuminating, dedicated to raising public appreciation of the Lower Jurassic. It's clever, Cryptic, Other-worldly. It may cause eye strain. And at some point, as one move through the darkened rooms of the Museum of Jurassic Technology, it can go wild.

Museum of Death

Grisly romp through funeral customs, celebrity murders, freak animals, and art of the condemned. Cathee and her husband James "J.D." Healy owes the Museum of Death, located along Hollywood Boulevard, "Where the Stars End and the Darkness Begins," as the slogan quips on the museum's glowing Death Clock. They collect everything and anything about death, everything from body bags, coffins, mortician instruments, to execution devices, to letters from murderers.

The redwoods

Redwood National Park trees, the tallest in the world, grow along the coast in a belt stretching all the way from Santa Cruz to southern Oregon. Old growth redwoods are incredible but in a way that one can’t really understand until they actually see them.

Napa and Sonoma

Napa Valley/Sonoma is internationally recognized as producing some very good wine. These places of wine country, Northern California are a fabulous area to visit. From San Francisco, the northern wine country is just a 45-minute drive across the Golden Gate Bridge.

Death Valley Junction.

No trip to California is quite complete without at least seeing the vast desert that is Death Valley. Death Valley Junction is the city closest to the National Park. There are a few historic sites here as well, mostly related to the railroad history of California.

Yosemite National Park

The Yosemite Valley is surrounded by imposing Granite Mountains, and beautiful waterfalls. Yosemite offers joy by adventure sports. Some of the key features of Yosemite National Park include El Capitan, Half Dome, Glacier Point, Tuolumne Meadows, Bridal Veil Falls, Vernal Falls, and Yosemite Falls.


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