Located along the Southern California coast and home to the second largest city in the United States, Los Angeles has been occupied by humans for almost 10,000 years. The city is a cultural center offering just about every dining, entertainment, and recreational activity that could be imagined.
There is perhaps no other city in the United States as beloved as New York City. It has served as the nation's capital and continues to serve as the center of commerce, entertainment and nightlife.
With a population near 3 million residents, Orange County is the combination of nearly 34 cities including Newport Beach (home of the TV show, The O.C.) as well as Anaheim, Laguna Beach, Fullerton, and Irvine. As the second most populated county within California and fifth in the nation, the Orange County is famous for its conservative political beliefs and never ending wealth.
Today, old shade trees and stately homes, Victorian mansions, and well built bungalows line the peaceful streets of Sacramento. They serve to soften a modern mercantile haven, full of fine dining experiences, and home to the political hotbed that thrives below the tranquil surface in California's state capital.
Just north of Mexico lies seventy miles of beautiful Pacific beaches with a warm and sunny climate all year round. California's second largest city, San Diego, is bordered by mountains to the east with the Anza-Borrego Desert just beyond.
Known as the "City by the Bay", San Francisco is home to dramatic cityscapes, beautiful coastal views, cultural diversity and charming older homes and neighborhoods.
Known as the American Riviera, Santa Barbara is located in between the Pacific Beaches and the Santa Ynez Mountains. This is the perfect place to come and relax on breathtaking white sand beaches and go from shop to gallery searching for the perfect souvenir to take back home.