- 1California, USA74 reviews
Not only did the surreal views of the Golden Gate Bridge and surrounding areas take my breath away, so did the roller coaster-like streets, the delicious cuisine (especially at Gary Danko and Mexican at Tropisueno), and the chilled out quality people I met there. San Francisco has stolen a piece of my heart and hope to return again and again.
- 2California, USA21 reviews
There are many things to see and do in Southern California. The constant, sunny weather with no humidity ensures an abundance of outdoor activities whether it's volleyball, surfing, or rollerblading.
- 3California, USA1965 reviews
Thank goodness LA weather is better. I need to be careful not to fall madly in love with SF or I might end up moving there. SF is full of amazingness and I have way too many places bookmarked everytime I visit. Some of the places I would recommend: - Ferry building: foodie paradies - Blue Bottle Coffee: New Orleans ...
- 4California, USA241 reviews
Los Angeles has something for everybody! It is a foodie, cultural mecca! The Beach, Hollywood, Downtown, all things that must be seen and experienced in LA.
- 5California, USA647 reviews
Home sweet home, what else can I say? :) Of all the place I've traveled in the world (so far), this golden bay city is my favorite. The weather is gorgeous 95% of the year, and there is no shortage of things to do - from the nightlife bars and clubs to Seaport Village, Balboa Park, Old Town, Sea World, ...
- 6California, USA45 reviews
We live here. We love to travel but nothing is better than the view of the bay as you fly back to SD.
- 7California, USA504 reviews
Los Angeles Loud, brash and glitzy, these are words long associated with the city of big money, big stars and big movies. LA is the kind of place where people mind their own business, where nobody wants to know yours. The city can be difficult to decode. But to those in the know, LA is best interpreted as a collection ...
- 8California, USA78 reviews
Does the Business Tribe get your adrenalin pumping, in search of the next great deal? Head to Silicon Valley over Memorial Day, hobnob with the latest startups in Menlo, and hit up fun events like the San Jose Taco Fest and a Memorial Day yacht party and wine tasting.
- 9California, USA60 reviews
Despite all of the traffic jams and gated communities where the wealthy hide away from the real world, you've just got to love the OC's bodacious beaches. Crystal Cove State Park is an all-natural escape from the mega shopping malls with their desperate housewives parking SUVs. Try Seal Beach for old-fashioned family fun by the pier or San Clemente for ...
- 10California, USA45 reviews
What's not to love about Anaheim when there's Disneyland here? (Maybe the traffic) Notable eateries in this city include: The Ranch Restaurant & Saloon (steakhouse), Cortina's Italian Market (amazing pizza), Napa Rose (fine dining), Zait & Zataar (lebanese), Earl of Sandwich, Original Pancake House, Jagerhaus (german), Doner G (turkish), Mas' Islamic Chinese. It's a mecca of different food cultures! Honda ...
- 11California, USA102 reviews
I've never personally stayed in any of these listed Napa/Sonoma Valley vacation rentals--i've always driven up for the day--but check out Gogobot's link to 'Vacation Rentals' (it's under 'Explore Napa, California' on the right-hand side of the page.) Enjoy your trip--it gorgeous up there!
- 12California, USA26 reviews
The East Bay often does not get enough love. But perhaps it is better that SF dwellers are in the dark about how much the East Bay has to offer, since the area still maintains an aura of newly discovered ground. Oakland, especially, has been growing like crazy with cool stuff to do with boutiques, art galleries and pop-ups appearing ...
- 13California, USA6 reviews
- 14California, USA12 reviews
The most magnificent, exciting, awe inspiring drive is along the coast, in and out of the cliffs, in Big Sur. Your knuckles will be white by the end of it with all of the near-death turns around the cliffs, but it is worth every second. There is no other view like it.
- 15California, USA23 reviews
My beautiful wife!!!!
- 16California, USA145 reviews
Whether you go to the North Shore or South Shore, Lake Tahoe has something for everybody all year round. Skiing or snowmobiling in the winter, boating and hiking in the summer. Lake Tahoe is a gorgeous setting for all things outdoors, and there are plenty of ways to be entertained indoors as well with all of the casinos and restaurants.
- 17California, USA88 reviews
I don't like cities in general, but this one is extra low on my list, just not a nice place to be in
- 18California, USA36 reviews
City of Pasadena is big, with over 130,000 population. My review will be based on zipcode 91106 only. Which is the area that covers two college campus (PCC and Cal Tech) Thumbs UP: + Parking is nightmare for the resident who live the two campus, students would likely park in their street spot. They need to enforce two hours parking ...
- 19San Francisco, California, USA20 reviews
Used to live here among hipsters and young professionals. Ever changing social scene keeps this neighborhood very vibrant and attracts young people. Many murals are found throughout the neighborhood, which makes it visually colorful.
- 20California, USA141 reviews
Great place to lounge and relax. A mix of foodie heaven and some tourist traps. I hate the crowds during summer and Christmas season. I use to shop a lot on 3rd Street when I worked nearby. Then I explored the city more when I was always there on weekends.