What would you like to do?
What can you do in California?
- Go to Disneyland
- Visit Los Angeles and Hollywood
- Visit San Francisco-- One of the most international cities in the country after NYC
- Knotts Berry Farm
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
- Raging Waters
- Universal Studios
- Sea World
- San Diego Zoo
- Santa Monica Pier
- Huntington Beach- Surf City
- Laguna Beach
- Venice Beach
- Santa Cruz Boardwalk
- Yosemite National Park
- Monterrey Bay Aquarium
- Hancock Park
- La Brea Tar Pits - A museum devoted to educating people about the dinosaurs which has a large outdoor active tar pit.
- Griffith Park Observatory
- Visit Big Bear
- Snowboard or Ski at Mammoth or Mountain High
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California can mean the state of California in the United States, Baja California in Mexico, or the vast area in North America known as California to the Spanish in the early …years. The state of California is located on the Pacific (West) coast of the United States, situated south of Oregon, west of Arizona and Nevada, and north of Mexico (Baja California). Baja California is located between the Pacific Ocean and Gulf of California. It is border by the state of California and Arizona to the north, and Sonora to the east. The area known as California to the early Spanish settlers was located south of Oregon Country, and west of Mexico/New Spain. It is near the USA just of the coast of calafornia no sorry New York
Well, from the East, head West - from the West, head East. From the North, head South - From the South, head North. You'll eventually get there one way or another no…t knowing from where you are starting. Dohhh!!
There are many things to do in CA: 1.is Disneyland in Anaheim 2.Reyes national seashore it attracts many seals birds and whales if you like animals 3.The path o…f history in Monteret state historic park is a 2 mile long path and you can see a lot of history in CA 4.Hancock park has one of the worlds largest musems and many more musems in CA CA is also home to the golden gate bridge There are also many places to shop if you like shopping Ca also has many water parks and other amusement parks(look them up) The chamber of commerce should be able to answer some of your questions and have suggestions of places to contact to get more information. There is the La Brea Tar Pits - A museum devoted to educating people about the dinosaurs which has a large outdoor active tar pit. At another museum in Los Angeles is a large rose garden featuring many many types of roses. Above Hollywood is Griffith park observatory. In Hollywood one can take tours of studios, such as Universal Studios. Also, mostly in Hollywood, one can be part of an audience for various shows that are being taped for later television broadcast. A lot of activities require money and a few may require prior reservation. Such as the possible need for watching a taping. And the list goes on.
There are lots of different ways to get to California depending on where you are coming from. You can fly into a variety of different cities. The largest cities are San Franci…sco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Sacramento. All of these cities have major airports.
California has 64 beaches, 32 ski resorts, and a lot of cheese. it also has a bunch of celebrities and openings for play auditions
No, it's part of Mexico not California. I say that because it's right beside Baja California (which is part of Mexico), and also the Gulf of California is right beside Mexico….
California is a state in the USA and includes Death Valley which is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere.
California is the 3rd largest state in the US, with many different things - the ocean, the bay, beaches, mountains, etc. San Francisco and Hollywood is in California. Californ…ia is often know as Cali or CA.
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California is believed to have derived from a fictional paradise inhabited by black Amazons (female warriors of Greek mythology) and ruled by Queen Calafia. This was a Spanish… tale which explains the Spanish origin of California.
they live in north america.
14,120 at the last census
It was named for a fictional warrior queen, Califia.
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo specified the major consequence of the war: the forced Mexican Cession of the territories of Alta California and New Mexico to the United S…tates in exchange for $15 million.
California could have not experienced a higher number of death rates.