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- 1California, USA132 reviews
Relax at the beach, enjoy the out of the box patrons, and hike around in the forest...all in one day. This is a great place to live or visit. Not big in the commercial scene but definitely in love with the surrounding nature. If you get the chance go and see the butterflies when they are migrating.
- 2California, USA29 reviews
Home to Stanford University, a stunning campus with great sports facilities; very clean, full of greenery and surrounded by some lovely trails. There is a lovely shopping mall in the area as well. Overall, a wealthy area with a lot of student life and businesses to support that lifestyle. Some background, Stanford is a private research university in Stanford, CA ...
- 3California, USA1966 reviews
The De Young Museum @ Golden Gate Park is one of San Francisco's popular attractions . It's the city's fine arts museum . According to Wikipedia, The de Young showcases American art from the 17th through the 21st centuries, international contemporary art, textiles, and costumes, and art from the Americas, the Pacific and Africa.
- 4California, USA52 reviews
I absolutely love this town. I've only ever driven through, but it's always a must-stop for me. Many tree lined streets filled with amazing shops and great food.
- 5California, USA35 reviews
With an unending number of boutiques, cafes and food, Berkeley is one of those urban paradises that keeps you from ever wanting to leave. I love spending the day wandering around UC's leafy campus, then grabbing a sidewalk table at a cafe to watch Berkeley's generally good-looking population stroll by.
- 6California, 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.
- 7California, 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, ...
- 8California, USA78 reviews
Went to Stanford and it was the best 4 years of my life! Overall great place to live, the weather is incredible and the restaurants surrounding the campus are great as well.
- 9California, USA505 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, USA149 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.
- 11California, USA86 reviews
La Jolla is absolutely gorgeous - high-end shopping, upscale residences, pristine beaches, and a thriving nightlife. Home to UCSD and a heavy population of college students, as well as a prominent marine research base, with aquariums, facilities, and vessels dedicated to the knowledge and education of marine life.
- 12California, USA50 reviews
With Stanford University anchoring the western edge of town, Palo Alto is always busy. Students, tech gurus, and tourists all walk on the same sidewalks together downtown, where you might pass the office of one of your favorite start-up companies (hello, Roku!). Chic shops, globally minded restaurants and a restored retro movie house will keep you amused, at least for ...
- 13California, 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, ...
- 14California, USA51 reviews
Taking the ferry to Sausalito is the perfect way to escape the city for a day. It's a straightforward and scenic journey. I took the MUNI to Embarcadero station and walked to the Ferry Building. On Saturdays and Sundays, the Ferry Building has an outdoor craft market in front, with people selling a range of things from jewelry to paintings ...
- 15San Francisco, California, USA28 reviews
Golden Gate Park is packed with fun stuff to do, whether you're into museums, like the Cal Academy of Sciences and the de Young Museum of Fine Arts, or you just love to play outdoors. Rent a rowboat and paddle around Stow Lake, pad through the botanical gardens, spot the buffalo herd and stop to smell the tulips at the ...
- 16San Francisco, California, USA23 reviews
My first impression of downtown San Francisco, it seemed to me an gray and intimidating gaggle of skyscrapers. But after working there for four years, it had transformed in my mind's eye into a labyrinth of delights. The little allies that cut through the forest of concrete hide cheap taquerias, works of art, pubs of all varietals, homeless people that ...
- 17California, USA57 reviews
Upscale beachfront living. This city has a lot to offer the average Joe or the "I have a car you can not pronounce because i'm so rich" guy. Large variety of late night spots to dance and drink and the beach is always full of Volleyball and sun tanning beauties.
- 18California, USA91 reviews
I gotta say that after traveling all around and living in California 10+ years, I've come to appreciate Sacramento more and more. Yes, it's ridiculously hot during summer. Yes, there are some extremely broken-down neighborhoods. But it also has some of the state's most moving museums and historical sights, an innovative and affordably priced food scene, and (this is important ...
- 19California, USA7 reviews
I really like it here because I go to college here. Redlands is a cute college town so there are a lot of really amazing places to eat for cheap. State Street has a great range of restaurants and amazing antique shopping. A must see place in Redlands is the historic public library, they have a cute rose garden and ...
- 20California, USA45 reviews
Home to Disneyland and Wondercon, and some of the best weather, who doesn't like to visit Anaheim! A great place to visit with the family, there's fun for everyone! And of course, the area is full of delicious restaurants to dine at. Take a trip here!