California may well be famous for its sun-drenched beaches, but we think that when it comes to having a really exciting, memorable holiday, it’s the California’s National Parks you should look to. There are 26 in total, and today we’re going to take a look at three of the very best. Yosemite National Park Let’s…
A Covid Times Trip Through Silicon Valley – The Tech Stars
I didn’t have much time for anything on this trip. I was here to finally sell my beloved Vanagon. I’d thought that maybe I would ship her to Hawaii but instead she sat at my relative’s slowly degrading over the past 3.5 years. To be honest, if I lived on the Big Island it would…
Returning to Ojai, California – The Town L.A. Didn’t Ruin!
K. Pearson Brown explores the charms of California small town life in Ojai.
Paradise Point – A Kid’s (and Parents) Paradise
It is no wonder Forbes.com designated Paradise Point as one of the “Top Ten Family Resorts in the World.”
Dorland Mountain Arts Colony in California
Occasionally, we need to pause – step away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. One way to do this is to get away from our daily life and go on a getaway that is a mixture of retreat and vacation.
Desert Hot Springs, California: Spas, Mineral Soaks & Soleil Chilled Avocado Soup with Tomato Salsa
Desert Hot Springs is built over one of the world’s finest natural hot mineral water aquifers.
Exploring California’s Golden Triangle – Gold, Startups, Agriculture, and Wine
California is known as the Golden State for a good reason – the gold rushes of California pulled an estimated $20-$40 billion dollars worth of the precious metal from the rivers, rocks, and streams of the state.
Disney on a Dime in Time: Getting the Most from Your Disneyland Visit
If you have the buckage, staying at one of the Disneyland Resort Hotels is the way to go, but here are some great tips to help you save along the way.
Trees of Mystery – A Northern California Coast Roadside Attraction featuring Giant Testicles
I’ve never been one to pass by a roadside attraction – many of them disappoint – but not Trees of Mystery in Klamath, California. I remember visiting it as a child when my family went camping in the Redwoods – the giant fifty-foot statues of Paul Bunyan and his blue ox Babe made an impression…
Old Pasadena Walking Food Tour A Melting Pot of Flavors
Old Pasadena is well known for its food. Delicacies of every variety can be found throughout the city, from dim sum to truffles.