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nlike all the other waterfall hikes we’ve been on around Los Angeles this one actually has water!
… we completely restructured our schedule placing Turtle Bay Exploration park Museum at the top of the list.
‘A little rodeo drive of the desert, a place uninhabitable for 5-6 month out of the year El passeo is one of a kind top of spot in all of California.
easy, a bit weird, yet entertaining to snap a few magazine-flat images for the portfolio. La porte rose was one of my favorite
The gallery in Carmel-by-the-sea is the second most impressive out of three.
Best way to see SF Bay area is from the Plane’s wing
One of the top 5 State Park in all of California
Awesome absolutely inexpensive place for parents with kids of all ages!
Winery that has nothing to do with Fort Ross
Once upon a time, in 1812, a Russian-American company established a trading post on the shore of the Pacific Ocean in California.
After visiting the little town several times now we wouldn’t say that the city is particularly child oriented.
Some pics of sea lions from the Santa Cruz Wharf
Dawson Cole gallery – a breath of inspiration !
Our son really enjoyed wondering around the temple looking at the various statues.
we’ve never realized how impressive the Yosemite valley itself really is until we decided to walk it on foot…
Perhaps one of the least publicized and yet one of the cleanest beaches in all of SF – Crissy Field is a pleasant place to walk off a lunch. There are kite surfers, foil surfers and other surf board aficionados
The most vibrant 5k race of your life is equal parts insane, silly, and fun
An interesting solution of fabricated house for insane Bay Area housing crisis
Perhaps one of the most underrated yet one of the most picturesque hikes in all of Southern California
Spend Father’s day at the Pirates Fest in Vallejo where you and your kids will enjoy the time together
Absolutely gorgeous seascape from east to west with refreshing sea breeze – probably anyone’s idea of paradise
STOP right there! The Original flower market is closed on Sundays so you might want to go there on Saturday instead, the day before 2019 Mother’s day.
This place is so awesome we almost wanted to keep it all to ourselves.
The place is pretty spacious with a lot of engaging exhibits where you can try things with your hands.
Short useful Sequoia NP Checklist including locations in Kings Canyon National Park off of HWY 198 and Hwy 180
The theme park in Concord is specifically designed for the little ones and probably would be ideal for kids up to age of 10.
A country so different from the rest of San Francisco Bay Area that for a minute you may think that you teleported to rolling hills of central Texas or Sonoma
A vast expanse of space so open somehow manages to hide the most unique attributes in plane sight. Joshua Tree National Park
Winter in southern California means that you can go surf and snowboard within the same day!
Hike the trails in the moonlight, coupled with the light pollution from LA and Santa Monica you’d be able to see everything at night just as clear as during the day.
You don’t have to be a Billionaire to have your own private beach on the shores of Pacific Ocean in the heart of Malibu! What? Seriously, you don’t!
One of the most intriguing places in Northern California is Cypress Tree Tunnel within the Point Reyes National Seashore park.
There’s an atypical site of forever green carpeted landscape overlooking the Malibu cliffs over the Pacific Ocean along Pacific Coast highway. What is this place? Why is it so unusual?
Located on the top of the hill overlooking Dana point harbor this is California’s tiniest playground with the bourgeoisiest view ever imaginable.
I forgot work, worries, just about everything when my foot stepped out of the car as my pupil contracted from all the bright poppies petals burning all the way into my retina.
Sometimes you need to take a step back to realize the how grand some of the California’s natural monuments are. Mt. Shasta is one of those nature’s obelisks that you have look at and simple marvel.
Could you squeeze it in into your itinerary ? ~Possibly
Is it really worth the drive? ~Not really