From redwoods to beaches, my fave travel destinations from my home state.
travelsandtreats.comWhat to Do in Cambria, California: Cambria Restaurants, Sights, and StopsCambria restaurants and what to do in Cambria, California for a weekend. Get a full weekend itinerary for a seaside getaway to Cambria in California's Central Coast. See all the Cambria restaurants you shouldn't miss!13
practicalwanderlust.comWhere to Stay Near Yosemite National Park | Practical WanderlustYosemite National Park is one of the most stunning destinations in the United States. But where should you stay during your visit? We've found the BEST place to stay just outside of the entrance of Yosemite National Park. And, spoilers, there are UNLIMITED S'MORES. Yes, you read that right.25
practicalwanderlust.comGlamping Near San Francisco: A Romantic Weekend Getaway Itinerary | Practical WanderlustRedwoods. Vineyards. Scenic coastal views. Ponies, for some reason? We found the PERFECT romantic weekend getaway from San Francisco! Located into Sonoma County just north of San Francisco is the Russian River and Guerneville. It's the perfect spot for a romantic glamping weekend escape.21
thecitysidewalks.comCalifornia Road Trip: Travel Guide Along the Pacific Coast HighwayReady for the road trip of your lifetime? If you're looking to do a fun road trip along California's Pacific Coast Highway, look no further than this handy travel guide to get you there. In this travel guide to Highway 1, you'll get an itinerary with all your stops, drive times, as well as &19
cntraveller.comWhere to find the magic in Joshua TreeCalifornia's deserts have long drawn artists, dreamers and drop-outs - all that epic wilderness a daytrip from city slickery. Now Joshua Tree is having a moment - albeit one that began in the 1960s - drawing makers and shakers with its peculiar brand of m10
cntraveller.comPalm Springs: the California desert city is hotter than everPalm Springs has long been a hit with weekenders from LA, but now - with a spanking new design district and booming hotel scene (not to mention the fact that Coachella suddenly became cool) - the moody desert city is hotter than ever before11