Hidden gems in southern California Many tourists travel to southern California infamous locations in San Diego, Disneyland, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara. See all these places, but if you are looking more than just the radars, then see the following incredible places:
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Hidden Gems in Southern California – Study Book BD
My husband and I have spent most of our lives in California, but we’ve lost these wonderful islands, classified as the largest parks in the United States. In view of some great images on the Internet, we traveled as a part of Nicon’s visit to a small boat on the island of Anacapa.
You decide to go, prepare and get provisions. This trip is a good physical form for brave people. This annoying little island will have to climb up to 157 steps, where there is no food, service, water or toilet. Now, I hate dependence, but I tell you that the rocky coast, huge stones, and Russian peaks are valuable to see. A few hours with inspirational points can easily be moved to the island with a great reward for your efforts.
We visit in June when thousands of trunks are found around the small islands and there are beautiful cracks in the wildlife at each corner. If you are very close to those who bow down at the very first, only pay attention to their protective mothers.
We came back many years later and visited the biggest island of Santa Cruz for the thrill of the historic sea caves. On the boat ride, we saw a whale and a dolphin in two big schools. You could shake some water points, but the cave was amazing. It was a unique experience.
Some people think that the islands have been eliminated, but if you have a brave feeling and love nature, the Channel Islands are considered to be Galapagos in North America.
Huntington Botanical Garden
This is a great place we could not see for decades. Located in Pasadena, there are 120 acres of luxury gardens in luxurious property. Not to mention the bright garden, but my favorite of the Japanese garden, the gardener’s garden, and the California Garden.
We did not even have the opportunity to check art galleries. The Huntington Art Gallery features artwork, statues and British decorations of the 18th and 19th-century decorating art industries and famous blue age. And as an author, I’m not ashamed, we do not go to Huntington Library among the largest and most comprehensive research libraries in the United States.
Ventura County Trine Wine
California can attract attention as a wine country in California, but my husband and I enjoyed a wonderful journey through coastal hills near Ventura in the coastal town. We have entered 20 winning rooms and exams.
You can book many gastronomic and wine offers. However, we decided to get a map and discover us. Starting from the intersection of Ventura Highway 1 and Highway 101, we reached the top of Highway 33.
The wonderful thing is that it’s a little lonely but interesting, from “the lowest office in the United States” to the last place where anyone saw James Dean alive, our favorite search was the old Creek Winery, which was a simple place to go. And friendly dogs and dogs welcome us. We enjoyed wine and picnic bottles outside the table, which enjoyed American perspectives.
However, both Ozzano and Ventura have a quality break, excellent space and quality of both bed and breakfast and plenty of outdoor activities. In summer, a group of live music activities in Vernu Harbor village festival and weekend.
This beautiful beach is located in downtown Los Angeles and downtown San Diego. With more than 20 landscaped scenes, this beach area supplies everything for surfing, padding, sparking, kayaking, and whim.
Caution, surfing may be assumed in some places. When I was a teenager, I decided to move my body despite the water and washed it with a huge wave (Remember the beach son’s song: Hey Hey Poop!). Actually, I blame the sea beach for this incident because they made the history of this guitar and romantic song and I was a surfer girl. So blame them.
However, the scenario can not be defeated. Add super-stylish restaurants and shops and unique art galleries and get pictures. There is a baby boomer club dancing on Saturday night. Each summer, they received Woodstock Legon in 1969 celebrating the park’s bounty.
Hissler Park is a good starting point with disaster scenes located north of the coast and a half-mile walk of disaster. You can take one of the beaches and tide pools. Banks, picnic tables and barbecues, where you can enjoy excellent views. My husband and I had a picnic in the grass area and it was perfect!
Treasure Island Park is another beautiful place, located five-star beach in Montagu Laguna, where the stay is really rich. Follow the simple straight path, find beautiful landscapes, many banks. Stairs and ramps take you to the beach, where you can cross the beautiful arches of low tide stones, you can find a place in the evening between sand and a large tide pool. Also, there is plenty of grass field for picnics. I would suggest bringing a romantic sunset to capture alcohol and pan.
Big Bear Lake
I live in the desert, so the huge beer has moved a beautiful mountain with its beautiful lake and ancient forest. Rising, fishing and hiking activities in this small town.
Last summer, my husband and I roamed the lake, I was on a field day, 30 meters away from the car, and I saw a spectacular view of the spectacular chair. It’s about After meeting people from mountain bikes, we will put them on our work list later.
Available for more adventure, parasailing, and zip line.
El Matador beach
Are you looking for a fantastic beach with white buckle, rocky cliffs, fragile waves and rock formation in semi-secret places?
Do not look at El Matador on the north side of Malibu, it is the Pacific Coast. Notice the small brown marks that indicate the small parking lot of stones, it is not easy to notice, so be careful with Broad Beach and Decker Canon Road. Once you find it, then some stairs are ready with 150 feet of rock help for a walk.
Not for small children or people with physical disabilities, but if you can move away from those steps, then it will be tempting for you. Locals know this beach and you can see some photo sessions, we did it!
The beach is very small to this small but fantastic stretch, so take a picnic or little wine to enjoy the incredible romantic situations and look for a hidden corner.
Until now, perhaps you have seen that my husband and I are beach bombs. We got the accident on the beach the next morning before the flight.
Redondo Pierre is a point of port references, such as Port Cruise, Seasonal Watch, Whale, Pedal and Pedal with a wide spectrum of sea and port activities. The fact is that we try any of these, but we like the look of Tony Pierre, where we enjoy the best!
The peacock has 16 feet white shark, which is known as ‘gadget’, which is displayed in a large pool of shark attack. If you are not a grandson or a young man in your heart, you can enjoy a yellow submarine for aquatic water scene (now, the Beatles song is stuck on my head).
Flying from Los Angeles, of course, you want to be in an airport hotel.
This island is even better than some of my previous recommendations, but it is a favorite enthusiast. My husband and I spent my honeymoon 40 years ago and have come back many times. It is a small beautiful island with a traffic light or fast food restaurant. A general traffic jam involves two golf carts and a cycle for two.
During our honeymoon, we walk happily on horseback and visit the sunset on the famous casinos and small beach. We lived in the only village of Herbert village in Catalonia Island. Snorkeling, parasailing, fishing, glass bottom boats, paddleboards, segway tours, golf, and hiking. Other popular activities
After several decades, we sent our boat from Long Beach to the island, which was a wild trip. Returning to our free water diving by a certified forest diver in the famous Shettala jungle, surrounded by the poor husband or elder son Garibaldi. The next time we travel, I want to try a new zip line which is 600 feet above sea level and 100 meters long 1,100 feet long race. Wheee!
As you can see, there are so many places for Southern California travel that it is impossible to list them all. But hopefully, I started to give some ideas!
Julie Gorge is a writer, freelance writer, and blogger. In the last 20 years of professional writing, he has published hundreds of articles in three books, national and regional journals and has received three journalistic awards. You can go to http://www.babyboomerbliss.net on his blog.