Southern California Adventure Guide
This upbeat guide to Southern California covers where to take in a baseball game, rollerblade the boardwalks, browse an art festival, people watch at the beach, sport fish near offshore islands or see world-class performances by street entertainers. A special section covers day trips across the border to Mexico, with tips on crossing the border, language, customs, and safety concerns. This guide explores the region fully, with an emphasis on outdoor activities, from golf and birdwatching to wine tours, watersports and hiking. Stop by the Danish community of Solvang and join in the annual Flying Leap Storytelling Festival. Visit Picacho, now a ghost town. Hire a buggy and bump your way across Algodones Dunes. Or join in a traditional Western trail ride into the Cuyamaca Mountains. Touring chapters take you to all the well-known sights, and then lead you off to unusual attractions that will amuse and delight you. Accommodation sections cover all, from camping to B&Bs to historical houses, like Elvis's vacation home, available for rent. Restaurants and cafes are chosen for their charm and impressive cuisine. In Hollywood, you'll be directed to the popular hangout where you can catch a glimpse of your favorite stars. Print edition is 386 pages.
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