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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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Flowering lantana offers nector to a California butterfly near Santa Barbara.
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Muir Woods – One hundred years ago, Teddy Roosevelt protected a rare remnant stand of ancient redwoods just north of San Francisco, offering a close-up view of these remarkable trees. Near the top of Mount Tamalpais, the 550-acre National Monument is highly accessible with paths, a visitor’s center and parking. Some of the trees are more than 1000 years old, often bearing the scars from multiple forest fires.More tips for travel to the California coast...

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