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California

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California has the largest manufacturing sector in the U.S., and is the center for the film and television industry.  Four of the nation’s largest cities are in California – Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, and San Francisco - although Sacramento, its capital, isn’t as large.  Los Angeles and San Francisco also house the state’s two international airports, which are among the busiest in the   More...

  Mill Valley

Mill Valley is a city in Marin County in the Bay Area of California.Attractions

 • Mill Valley Mill - Not much remains of the original structure, but it's a pretty spot in a redwood lined riverbed
 • Muir Woods - Frank Valley (Muir Woods) Road (Golden Gate Transit #63), 388-2596. 8AM-sunset every day. $3. The Muir Woods National Monument is home to 560 acres of unlogged stands of old-growth redwood trees (Sequoia sempervirens), and is one of the few remaining places where these trees (the tallest living    More...


Palo Alto

Palo Alto is a bustling small city just south of the Peninsula south of San Francisco. It is home to Stanford University and hundreds of Silicon Valley technology companies ranging from Hewlett Packard to tiny startups operating in garages (which is exactly how HP started). Palo Alto means high tree in Spanish, and refers to an aging redwood tree at the north end of the city, hard by the CalTrain tracks at the trestle bridge that crosses the San Francis Quito creek, which forms the border with Menlo Park in San Mateo County. The 1061-year-old Coast   More...
  Getting Around

By Bus
The LA bus system is extensive. Many Angelinos rely on the bus as their primary mode of transportation. Within the central area (from Downtown to the coast, below Sunset Blvd and above Interstate 10) the buses are frequent and ubiquitous enough to get around without a schedule. The drawback is that they are stuck in traffic just like cars. This means you may experience delays waiting for a bus, but during the morning and afternoon hours bus travel is only slightly slower than car travel once you board. Check out the MTA website and download   More...

Venice

Venice California, known mostly as Venice Beach, is a district of Los Angeles, and its' colorful Boardwalk is a great scene: free, fun, and funky-- making the "short list" of things to do in Los Angeles. Venice was the creation and dream of one man, Abbott Kinney. Kinney was an investor who built a sort of recreation of Venice, Italy including a massive systems of canals and a huge entertainment complex that opened in 1905 and became very popular. The overly ambitious canals were motley filled and made into streets in 1929. A few of the canals    More...
  Ventura

Ventura is a city in Ventura County, a region of Southern California. Ventura mixes old charm with new modern facilities to blend a rich and wonderful background to living. Ventura, still officially called San Buenaventura, was founded in 1782 by Fray Junipero Serra with the establishment of his mission . Along Main Street you will find fabulous food, excellent shopping from amazing thrift stores to upscale boutiques, a movie theater, coffee shops, and other attractions.Get in

Ventura is located 70 miles north of LAX on Highway 101. Amtrak service    More...

   

 

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