I was born and raised in Los Angeles. I`ve lived in the Valley, west side, east side, and South Bay, so I`m an expert on getting around town. I`m knowledgeable about all of the Southern California tourist attractions. I am also an expert on state beaches in Southern California, and have an expansive camping background. No relocation/moving questions, please.
I have lived in Southern California my entire life. I'm a "local", with expert knowledge of Southern California. I've done a lot of extensive traveling to NorCal, so I can provide answers about northern California as a visitor, and southern California as a local.
Not that this matters, but since it's required, I have a Bachelor's Degree. I also have a Master's Degree in the University of Life.
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Hi Tangi, There are a number of things you can do like that: If you take PCH from world Famous Santa Monica Pier and drive north about 40 miles, you come to Mugu Rock where you can jump off of a
Hi Ana, In San Francisco: If your main goal is sightseeing, stay in Fisherman's Wharf. You get more of that "San Francisco" vibe. If you want to shop more, then Union Square. Los Angeles: LA is different
Hi Ana, Please accept my apologies for the delayed response. I was away on business. The biggest problem here is that there is SO much to see in these cities. Feel free to adjust your itinerary.
Hi Sayoko, California is a very large place, even larger than all of Japan. If you only have a week, you understand it will be difficult to get a little more than a sample. The two major cities in
Hi Jessica, I will answer this with the caveat that IE camping is not my favorite. It's hotter & smoggier in summer, and colder in winter. Eastside RV Park, which overlooks Puddingstone Reservoir