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Have fun planning your California travel with our vacation travel guides covering the entire State. Hit the beaches, ride a roller coaster, tour a winery, drive the coast, see the stars or find a spa...whatever you are looking for, start exploring California here. Pick a Top Destination to explore – San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Monterey, Tahoe, Santa Barbara, Palm Springs and more... 
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Golden Gate Bridge – This landmark is exciting no matter how you choose to experience it. Spanning the narrow entrance to San Francisco Bay, the bridge is stunning day or night, especially as the fog gathers on the Headlands in late afternoon.  Look for the perpetual painting crew or watch for ships gliding into port. Drive into the city (south) for a view of Alcatraz Island or out of the city into the rainbow tunnel to Marin County. Take a windbreaker and a camera along to hike the bridge for views of lush coastlines, freighters and tugs, sailboats, and the city skyline. Fisherman’s Wharf has bicycle rental shops with maps and gear to if you prefer two wheels. More info about visiting San Francisco... 

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