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Visiting Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park- a Piece of Sacramento’s History

Sitting at the grounds of a 19th-century fort, Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park is an open-air museum that tells an interesting part of Sacramento’s history and is a must-visit destination for everyone interested in the Gold Rush Era history of California. Visiting the state park feels like traveling back in time and getting a glimpse …

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15 Best Hiking Trails in San Francisco

San Francisco is a bustling city with a lot of interesting things to do and even though most people visit to see the legendary Golden Gate Bridge, the iconic Pier 39, and the notorious Alcatraz Island, San Francisco hides a lot of exciting gems beyond the main tourist attractions. Many people don’t know this but San Francisco is actually …

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Exploring Sunny Jim Cave in San Diego- Everything You Need To Know

La Jolla is a part of California known for the iconic Seven Caves which are famous for their divine landscape and fascinating history. Most people who visit the caves do so by kayaking tours but San Diego locals know that you can also access the tunnels from a tiny gift shop at the shore. Sunny Jim Cave …

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Sacramento Historic City Cemetery- A Forgotten, Historic Part of Sacramento

The Sacramento Historic City Cemetery is the oldest existing cemetery in the capital of California. Covering an area of 30 acres, the old cemetery is one of the most interesting outdoor museums in Sacramento that features beautiful landscapes, Victorian Gardens, some of the finest roses in California, Gothic elements, and of course, serves as an eternal …

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Jack Kerouac Alley- A Unique, Underrated Part of San Francisco

Formerly known as Adler Alley or Adler Place, Jack Kerouac Alley is a one-way alleyway and one of our favorite hidden gems in San Francisco. This small, hidden alley is living proof of the multiculturalism of San Francisco and a place where “the East” and “the West” meet, both figuratively and literally. This historic alley is …

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Only in San Diego: 17 Unique Things To Do in San Diego You Won’t Find Anywhere Else

If you ever visited San Diego, you probably know why San Diego is one of the main tourist hotspots in the US. From beautiful beaches, divine nature, and wildlife to quirky museums, history, and iconic sights, San Diego has something in store for everyone and a plethora of things you can find only in San Diego and …

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21 Unique Things to do in Sacramento for a Different Experience

When speaking of places to visit in California, Sacramento is rarely mentioned, especially compared to cities like LA or San Francisco. However, let’s not forget that Sacramento is the capital of California and a city that showcases the Golden State’s history and modernity. After all, the saying “California begins here” didn’t come out of nowhere. Sacramento is a city …

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21 Unique Things to do Only in San Francisco and Nowhere Else

From Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz to Pier 39 and Union Square, San Francisco is home to some of the most iconic sights on the West Coast. And with so many amazing attractions, it comes as no surprise that San Francisco is one of the most popular cities in the US when it comes to tourism. As …

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19 Hidden gems in San Diego that you won’t find in most tourist guides

San Diego is the second-largest city in California and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the USA. It’s a city filled with beautiful white sand beaches, scenic bays, surfing destinations, rolling hills, lush forests, and warm weather throughout the year. After all, they don’t call San Diego America’s finest city for nothing. But the tourist attractions aren’t …

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21 Hidden Beaches in California For a Peaceful Getaway

California is famous for the beautiful beaches of Santa Monica, the Orange County, San Diego, and Malibu, the tourist attractions of Los Angeles and San Francisco, or even the historic monuments of Sacramento. However, if you read our blog, you know that we usually don’t focus on mainstream tourist attractions. We prefer hidden gems. And as wonderful as …

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