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Top Ten Attractions in Northern California

by Guest Author 24 July 2017 07:38

Planning a long drive or just want a cool place to hang out at for a day? These ten places in Northern California are perfect! From scenery to just creating memories with loved ones, you will make them at these places. So, here they are:

  1. Sequoia National Park

    This park is filled with beautiful Sequoia trees. You can drive through the park or get out and hike the trails. If you want to spend more than a day there you can stay in a hotel or even camp.

  2. Moaning caverns

    From tours to zip lines, this place has it all. It’s great for all ages. They also offer tours where you can be lowered into the cavern and tour around. This is for adults. If you want more information, we suggest checking it out.

  3. Big Sur

    Driving around Big Sur is fun. Just like many other places on this list, hiking and camping are two of the main attractions here. There are plenty of watery views for you to find on your trip.

  4. 17 Mile drive (Carmel)

    Twisting roads and gorgeous views, that is what this drive is all about. Many people recommend taking the time to do this. If you are with your family, the driver will have fun navigating the roads while looking out at the sights. The passengers will enjoy their breath taking views.

  5. Monterey Bay Aquarium

    This aquarium not only has fun hands-on exhibits, they also offer encounters. These exhibits are easily visible, clean, and fun! You can easily spend the day there taking in the aquarium.

  6. Golden Gate Bridge

    This historic landmark you should see at least once in your life. Whether you choose to drive across it is up to you. After viewing the bridge you can walk along the piers and find more great things you won’t want to miss. This includes Alcatraz.

  7. Yosemite

    Along with Half Dome, one of the well known sites, they also have many beautiful waterfalls for you to hike up to or see from the bottom. They also have a historic hotel and camping for those who want to stay the weekend. At the top of the must see list, they have ice skating in the winter. Don’t miss out!

  8. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

    Looking for BIG rollercoaster’s? Superman, Kong, and Medusa are three of their larger rides. Plus, they have so much more. Take the time to scream, laugh, and create memories with loved ones here. You can even get a photo keepsake of your “smiling” faces as you go on the roller coaster.

  9. Lake Tahoe

    This lake is absolutely stunning and at some point in your life, you should get a chance to see it. You can spend time on the California or Nevada side. Either way you will love it! There is skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and swimming, so no matter the season, you will be thoroughly entertained.

  10. Redwood National Park

    See some of the tallest Redwood trees in the world. You can drive or hike through these trees. Even on a hot day its cool thanks to the shade and the air is fresh.

If you want to visit one of these places but aren’t sure where to stay, would like to find coupons, or need suggestions, you are in the right place! We can help you make a trip to any of these places easy, so you can just plan on having fun!

Fun Things to do in San Jose

by Guest Author 10 July 2017 07:46

There is so much to see and do in the San Jose area. After sifting through some of their amazing activities, we have narrowed it down to a few places you should come visit.

Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

This museum has been constructed in a way that you can not only view the pieces but see them in an order to learn the history as well. They have placed translations and historical references in there so that way you understand what you are looking at and from what time period it came from.

There are hieroglyphs, mummies, and more artifacts for you to view. If you want you can get a guided tour of what you are seeing.

Children’s Discovery Museum

Sometimes your children need a place to play and learn. This museum is the perfect place for that. Your children can use their imagination and explore all the kid friendly exhibits in the area. During this time you can either partake in the fun or relax a little while your children play in a safe area. There exhibits include historical and scientific themed areas for children to learn and develop great skills.

Tech Museum of Innovation

This place is like the Children’s Discovery Museum, but they focus technology. While there, people can build robots and other fun things. There are many exhibits to play with and learn about. It is a great place for all ages and experience levels. If you don’t know much about technology or have a lot of experience, you will love this place.

Japanese Friendship Garden

If you want to see a beautiful landscape and have some tea or time with friends, then this place is great. It is not completely authentic to the Japanese culture. The garden is often filled with people laughing and enjoying themselves. This is a great place to take pictures with your family or loved one.

Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph

If you want to view beautiful stained glasses and bask in the historical artwork of this building. They have choirs, symphonies, and other concerts for you to watch. It is located in the heart of downtown. The employees are friendly and helpful. This is also still a fully functional Catholic church. If you want to go to mass during your visit, this is a great choice for you to choose.

Plaza de Cesar Chavez

During the winter you can enjoy the Christmas lights. That includes many decorated Christmas trees and the locals taking in the sight. During many other seasons you can listen to music and a water fountain for playing and photo opportunities.

Winchester Mystery House

This house was owned by a widow who was very wealthy because of her husband and the money left from the Winchester guns. The widow was mentally ill and believed that she had to constantly have to keep construction going or she would die. Also, to keep the spirits at bay, she had the house built in an odd way that made no sense in order to confuse the spirits. Even though she is long gone, the home is open to the public. Come visit this odd house.

If you are planning a trip to the San Jose area, come see us at myyp.com and plan the perfect trip.

The Historical Side of Northern California

by Guest Author 26 June 2017 06:47

Every state has their fair share of fun facts and historical tidbits, however Northern California is filled with much more than just conversational quips. Whether you have grown up in California or just plan on visiting, here you will find plenty of rich history that can make the experience one you will never forget. While California is the home of many famous locations such as Rodeo Drive and Hollywood, there are also some less well-known stops that bear deeper roots to the mystery of the state as well!

Top 3 Places to Visit that You Won't Find on a Tourist Map

Just outside the infamous Yosemite National Park, almost in the center between Lake Tahoe, lies Alpine County. Although you will not find many tourist locations here, as it is California's least populous county, what you will find is the heart of true Californians. Located along Route 89, Alpine is one of the only counties in California that does not have incorporated cities, yet you can rest assured that you will find serenity in the crisp air and calming landscapes of the true terrain of California. In fact, the area is responsible for some of the most famous landscape photography to date.

Pacific Park is also a highly spoken of location amongst tourists and natives. Located on the Santa Monica Pier, it is an amusement park that has combined all of the historical parks that were once lining the Pacific Coast. Why should old favorites die when they can be recreated in one central location for future generations o enjoy? Although you won't find cutting edge roller coasters or virtual reality rides, you will get to experience a walk through history with exhibits such as a vintage merry-go-round that was hand-crafted in 1910 as it appeared in the movie classic, "The Sting."

Enjoy the amazing taste and health benefits of avocados? If so, visiting Fallbrook, California is a must-stop on your vacation. Famously known as the Avocado Capital of the World, Fallbrook is located in the San Diego sector of California. A relatively small unincorporated community that is most commonly known for its annual Avocado Festival. Aside from the fame created from the superfood, Fallbrook is also situated just outside of Camp Pendleton and is saturated with honor and history of the U.S. Marine Corps pride.

Finding More than Just Sunshine in California

While California will always be well-known for the beautiful weather, close proximity to the ocean, shopping and of course, celebrity sightings - there is so much more to offer. Be sure to visit as many vintage shops and historical landmarks as you can during your stay. We can assure you that you will find something new each and every time you arrive!

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