A day at Getty Center is a day of inspiration. From the art, architecture and gardens to dining, shopping and special events, there is enough entertainment to fill a day, though most of us only stay a few hours due to time constraints. Five exhibition pavilions, plus the Getty Research Institute Exhibition Gallery comprise an [...]
Santa Barbara County north of the City of Santa Barbara features curvy coast, narrow to broad sand beaches, and tent camping in several spots such as El Capitan State Beach. The camp sites sit on a small hill overlooking the beach, and include a mix of tent and RV parking sites you can reserve. El [...]
What happens when you build, launch and open a beautiful high-rise hotel during a recession? The answer is to book a room at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront and check out luxury digs at beach bum prices that are being offered right now. Prices are around $123.
Just down the beach from this shiny hotel next [...]
By C. MacDonald
The City of Huntington Beach and contractors started testing the new pump station in Central Park today, which will help water the pretty 350+ acre grounds. Officials said eventually the pumps will bring in water from wells in Murdy Park. Workers have been putting the project together for months with some new pipes [...]
As California entered the month of March in 2010, the threat of monstrous tsunami waves subsided and humans survived yet another threat from a natural disaster. That doesn’t mean that we are immune from complete extinction, however. We need only look back to another time and these same beaches and deserts to discover that larger [...]