the southern part of California lies San Diego. Some of
the more popular attraction here includes Legoland, Sea
World and San Diego Zoo. A visit to Miramar Naval Base where
you can board an aircraft carrier might be an eye opener
for some. The old Point Loma Lighthouse located within Cabrillo
National Monument is another interesting sight. Seaport
Village is also worth a visit.
A little to the north of San Diego is Los Angeles which
is home to Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Those looking forward
to some great fun will want to visit Disneyland and Universal
Studio in the area. If that is not enough, Six Flag Magic
Mountain awaits you with some of the best roller coaster
rides available. If you have not seen a joshua tree, you
can find an abundance of them in Joshua Tree National Park
just about 140 miles east of Los Angeles.
Further up north of Los Angeles lies San Francisco. It
is here that the world famous Golden Gate Bridge is located
and should not be missed. Likewise, Fisherman's Wharf is
another place not be missed. Right across the wharf is Alcatraz.
For those interested in some chinese cuisines, be sure not
to miss Chinatown for it offers some of the best chinese
foods that I have tasted in the country. A little distance
from Chinatown is Union Square, a shopper paradise.