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- 1California, USA647 reviews
San Diego, sunny and oh so pretty. Forget about all the haters and focus on what this city does best: beaches, fish tacos and laid-back easy living. What really appeals, after you've spent time in SF and LA, is how unpretentious most places are, and how much there is to explore in a low-key kind of way. Edge neighborhoods like ...
- 2California, 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.
- 3California, USA241 reviews
To me, the greater Los Angeles metropolitan IS the embodiment of California. The beach, the diversity, the warm weather, and the glitzy stars.
- 4California, USA88 reviews
Tenth largest city in the USA and so called capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose was founded 1776 and is one of the oldest cities in California. There's lots to do here and you can stay safe too. San Jose was named one of the safest cities in the United States. Top places I recommend include the tech mushed, downtown ...
- 5California, USA73 reviews
Possibly my absolute favorite place in the entire world - and if you look at my passport, you'll know I've traveled a fair bit. But then again, as a San Diego native, I'm biased. For maximum enjoyment, splurge for a hotel - my favorite is the Marriott Island Resort hotel down toward the bridge. Pamper yourself with a spa/massage treatment, ...
- 6California, USA61 reviews
It's been a fixture in Beverly Hills for a very long time. Used to be called “Via Rodeo” and hosts good restraints, fine boutiques and shops and the best Sushi restaurant outside of Osaka, Japan.
- 7California, USA85 reviews
NICE, RELAXING, just being there! Great ocean view!
- 8California, USA66 reviews
Didn't use any special effect on this picture.. Love all the natural light..
- 9California, USA501 reviews
Greater LA is one of the most diverse places in the world - geographically, culturally, artistically, socially & more LA offers everything & anything you can find anywhere on Earth. You will need to look & travel to find many things but if it exists on Earth someone has it or is doing it in LA! As a tourist this ...
- 10California, USA59 reviews
Orange County is so much more than what is depicted in the media via television and reality shows like "The OC", "Laguna Beach", "The Real Housewives of Orange County", etc. The area's always sunny, temperate "Mediterranean" climate and 42 miles of year-round beaches does attract millions of tourists annually. However, Hollywood's version of this Southern California Riviera doesn't do true ...
- 11California, USA50 reviews
Palo Alto is an a pretty cool college town with lots of stuff for young people to do, whether they're 21 or not. It's all about good food and shopping in Palo Alto Pampas is a great restaurant I've taken family member to. After you can take a walk down University Ave. One of my favorite streets in Palo Alto, ...
- 12California, USA48 reviews
Ok...so I've never golfed at Pebble Beach, but it's legendary. And I see it every time I'm in Carmel or driving along 17 mile drive. If I were a golfer, I'd love Pebble Beach for sure!
- 13California, USA148 reviews
I live in Goleta but spend a lot of time in neighboring Santa Barbara. Generally this area between El Capitan beach and Montecito is considered Santa Barbara. I prefer to live in Goleta because there are more working class people who live there, but SB is amazing town and if you have an opportunity to visit, I highly recommend it.
- 14California, USA26 reviews
So you wanna be a bit different and check out the east bay eh? Well I have lived in the SFEB for about 6 and a half years. Some of the absolute best and worst times were had here. However there is a lot to this place. Some of the best restaurants and things to do I have discovered reside ...
- 15California, USA1964 reviews
Pick your hotel first so you can radiate from there. So much to see and do and eat. Enjoy a stroll along Chrissy Field with epic views of Marin headlands.
- 16California, 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!
- 17California, USA64 reviews
I always tell my friends and family transferring through LAX on their way to Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, Asia…to break up their trip and get out of the airport and go to Manhattan Beach. Nothing is worse than just mulling around an airport for hours. If your layover is three+ hours, jump in a taxi and take a mini vacation. ...
- 18California, USA42 reviews
If not for the parking, I'd say five stars. There are some great neighborhoods here with a ton of food options. Eat to you heart's content and then go enjoy the sunset over the ocean. I love the Sawtelle region and random gems like A Frame. Just be prepared for tons of traffic as you meander through the streets and ...
- 19California, USA29 reviews
I spent five years of grad school here, great times! The campus is beautiful and relaxing, many things to see.
- 20California, USA36 reviews
ehhh its nice i guess. didn't have fun as much as people say it is. its like where the 40yr singles hang out.