Sun going down with the holiday snowflake lights just about to illuminate are still wonderous in silhouette of the sun seen in the photo of above. There are about 100 California piers to stroll during the holidays, and many have holiday touches and lighting that’s special and bright. This picture was taken at Huntington Beach [...]
San Clemente, Calif.–There’s no better place to meet for eats than San Clemente. My favorite spot is the San Clemente Pier locals’ fave, Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar. You can sit and watch the surfers in the water just beneath the pier, and gaze at San Clemente’s famous surfing beaches.
One of their best deals is the [...]
03 Oct, 2009
Posted by: Beach Reporter In: world
Travelers and travel writers can’t get enough of cute little Cayucos, declared one of the nation’s top 10 towns worth a weekend visit recently by somebody in the travel industry. With an old saloon, a few trendy boutique style restaurants serving locally crafted, award-winning wines, and the corner BBQ where you sit at a table [...]
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Imperial Beach, Calif. — Also known as “IB”, Imperial Beach sports the southernmost pier in the Western United States. Just a short distance from the Tijuana Mexico border, Imperial Beach Pier is a gem featuring a wooden-planked surface that leads you into the mesmerizing oceanic world from your view above the water. Often on this [...]
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02 Jun, 2009
Posted by: Beach Reporter In: california
California piers offer many opportunities for exploring, relaxing and even fishing.
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Seal Beach California has a mascot named Slick the Seal. And today, the real Slick appeared next to Seal Beach Pier.
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Pier fishing in California is a popular sport, but do tourists and locals eat the fish they catch?