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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It doesn't; it belongs to Mexico. Baja California (Lower California, in Mexico) was first visited by Spanish in 1533. The present U.S. state was called Alta (Upper) California…. Statehood started in 1850.
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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.
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The name California originates from the Spanish conquistadors, taken from "Las Serges de Esplandian," a Spanish romance written around 1510 which describes an imaginary island…; an earthly paradise. Baja California (lower California - now in Mexico) was first visited by the Spanish in 1533. Present- day California was called Alta California (upper California).
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It was named by the Spanish after a legendary island, one ruled by black Amazons and their queen Calafia. It was the subject of a 1510 book The Exploits of Esplandian, by Span…ish author Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo. The name was first applied to Baja California in 1533 by Diego de Becerra, one of the conquistadors under Hernán Cortés. Because of the long narrow gulf, Baja was believed to be an island. Later, the name was applied to all Mexican territory in what is now the US Southwest.
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