This summer explores California as a native

Referring to the state of California that wants to discover it all, everyone shakes their heads, because the state is both large and beautiful and when to finish. We will help you discover the most famous destinations in this state.

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A proper outing will go beyond what people often think of, skipping bustling Los Angeles, San Diego or San Francisco. Want to explore the jewel of the state, head to the suburbs away from the above centers, a completely different California state waiting for you to admire.
Fallbrook City is peaceful with full of sunshine.
Fallbrook City is peaceful with full of sunshine.
The first place was dubbed the Capital of the avocados, the City of Fallbrook. Walk around the small streets, far away from American Dream's flashy highway. Fallbrook city center is not located on any highway. It is 9.7 km north of State Route 76. The most peaceful city in America.
Fallbrook City is peaceful with full of sunshine.
A small supermarket, specializing in selling fruits, and especially local avocados.
What is special is the avocado orchards covering the city of Fallbrook, California. In April every year, this place usually hosts The Avocado Festival, gathering many believers of this aromatic fruit to attend. Visiting the city of Fallbrook just like returning to the country in the West. The avocado garden owners are extremely hospitable, so many call Fallbrook a "friendly village".
A classic locomotive at California State Railroad Museum.
A classic locomotive at California State Railroad Museum.
The next place in the journey to discover the state of California is Saccramento city to firsthand watch the largest railway museum in the world. The California State Railroad Museum is a museum in the California state park system of the USA, which houses "iron horses" that connects California to the rest of the country. The museum is located at 111 I Street, Old Sacramento.
The "Sierra Scene" is elaborately staged in the golden light of the gallery.
The "Sierra Scene" is elaborately staged in the golden light of the gallery.
The museum has 21 restored locomotives and steam trains, some dating back to 1862. The most prominent in the museum is The "Sierra Scene", a large-scale model of a Sierra Nevada's famous work around 1867, the Donner Pass, with the Stanford Government locomotive. Other exhibition areas show how the influence of railroads has changed American society, from the style of travel, to commerce and daily life, as well as the lives of railway people and the variety of 'skin colors' that worked in the railway era.
Yosemite National Park is so beautiful.
Yosemite National Park is so beautiful.
Just have been eating and exploring culture for a while now, and finally camping out at Yosemite National Park is one of the "top destinations for all families in California", according to Frommer. Californians can go to the park by driving four hours from Sacramento and San Francisco, or six hours from Los Angeles or eight hours from San Diego.
camping out at Yosemite National Park
Setting tents in the middle of the green forest.
You can build a tent or rent a cabin surrounded by the Sierra Nevada mountains. You can also hike through Tuolumne Meadows, ride horse on the Mirro Lake Road trail, picnic in Yosemite valley, ride bicycle 12 miles of paved roads, raft on the Merced River, climb Half Dome rock mountain and ride the electric car of the giant Mariposa Grove forest.

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Sonama Valley sunk in the sunset.
Sonama Valley sunk in the sunset.
Next is the destination located north of California state. Sonoma Valley destination is quite perfect, located 45 miles from San Francisco airport. There are a number of holiday options for couples to relax and pamper themselves. When you come to Sonoma Valley, you can combine local cultural experiences, rest in a four-star room. You can also enjoy a taste of wine at Cellar Door, located on the hotel grounds. Alternatively, you can cycle through the town of Sonoma.
An impressive work is set in the desert of Borrego Springs.
Impressive work is set in the desert of Borrego Springs.
Borrego Springs in San Diego County is the end of the trip to California. It only takes about two hours from San Diego or three hours from Los Angeles. You must visit Borrego Springs to enjoy the hot mineral springs. Attend an off-road ride, cross the desert on Jeep tours along 500 desert miles of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. After a long day across the desert, you can enjoy dinner under the starry sky, enjoy drinks with wine and a variety of typical local waters, and listen to comments from local astronomers.

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