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The 15 Most Beautiful Places in California You Didn't Know Existed

Located in the Point Reyes National Seashore, the Monterey cypress tree tunnel is one of the most distinguishing features in the area. Marshall, an area on Tomales Bay, is the site of a former — and very successful — communication station

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Sequoia National Park is a national park in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California, in the United States. It was established on September 25, 1890. The park spans 404,064 acres. www.HotelDealChec...

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Top 10 Places in California for Nature Lovers

Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe - Lake Tahoe is the typical mountain place from your dreams: it has the lake, the forest, the wildlife. It’s perfect for a weekend getaway! The lake is located on the border between California and Nevada. If you like the sports, lake Tahoe can give you all the excitement – skiing, snowboarding, skating and many more. If you like your vacations more relaxing, there’s always some spa to help you relax!

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The 30 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in California

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The 15 Most Beautiful Places in California You Didn't Know Existed

Bay Area Adventures: The 15 Most Beautiful Places in California You Didn't Know Existed. From Yosemite and Big Sur, to Joshua Tree and Santa Barbara, California is home to some of the most beautiful places on the West Coast. It's beautiful enough, that no matter how many Half Dome hikes you take, you're still never even going to scratch the surface.

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The 7 Most Beautiful Places In California You Didn't Know Existed

Sometimes the best vacations are right in your own backyard. The 7 Most Beautiful Places in California You Didn't Know Existed TeriBCT@gmail.com

Two iconic San Francisco buildings, one from her past and the Trans America Pyramid that marked one of the new, modern buildings found in today's Cityscape. MMc

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The 15 Most Beautiful Places in California You Didn't Know Existed

Located in between the Pacific Ocean and Tomales Bay (and inside of the Point Reyes National Seashore) you'll find this Monterey cypress "tree tunnel" that leads to an old Point Reyes wireless telegraphy receiving station built in the 1920s. Doesn't matter if you catch it with a patch of early morning fog enveloping either end, or with the afternoon light breaking through its interlocked branches, either way, you'll feel like you've won the damn day.

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