It has always been a vacation destination for California locals. Too hot, too cold, too sticky, too crowded, too much traffic, too stressed, too bored, too busy... If you are suffering any of these feelings, it's time for an escape to the Central Coast of California. Where is this paradise? There is
Los Angeles has one of the largest Chinese immigrant communities in the world. Naturally, fabulous and authentic Chinese food is abundant if you know where to look. And if you want to take advantage of this epicurean bounty when you visit L.A, check out the A Taste of China in LA food tasting tour.
Self-guided Hollywood Walk of Fame tours tend to be underwhelming. For most Angelenos, unless they work near the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the only occasion for going there is to satisfy their curious out-of-town guests. And often, their guests are surprised and underwhelmed. Decades of
Less than a five-hour drive from sprawling Los Angeles, you can commune quietly with the largest living things on earth, the beautiful of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. These rare and mystifying trees are found only on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada, and they may be the most awe inspiring
Two former London detectives and police officers came on my Oh My Bosch tour, COOL! Today is one of those days that I probably enjoyed my tour more than my customers. Inevitably, we made many comparisons between the police works in Great Brian and America. What's in common? The amount of
For San Francisco's first time visitors, the Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see landmark. Built during the Great Depression, and spanning almost 2 miles, it is a true engineering and architectural wonder. If you walk on the bridge on a nice day, you will get a beautiful view of the city and the bay