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Hidden Gems of Northern California

by Guest Author 2 December 2016 07:43

Want something fun to do that is more unique to the area? Well there are tons of things to do in Northern California, so much so that we do not have the time to list them all. However, here are five fun places that you should try and see whether it is on the way to another destination or you plan on hanging out in the area.

Mystery Spot - Santa Cruz

https://www.mysteryspot.com/

You may recognize the name of this place from past articles and media features, but none of these videos and pictures will compare to the experience. This is a fun place to go and see how some things just don’t make sense sometimes. You will get to see and experience how gravity works a little differently here. It’s exciting, odd, puzzling, and so much fun.

Whether you believe this is a trick or not, you will enjoy coming up with and testing your theories.

Winchester Mystery House - San Jose

In the early 1880s, Sarah Winchester was told by her psychic to move west and get a house. Then, never stop updating and constructing it. The psychic told her as soon as the construct stops she would no longer be safe from the spirits. To appease the spirits and keep herself safe, she bought a house and began around the clock construction.

How could she afford this? Well, between the money she received from her husband’s death and her mother-in-law’s death, she was making about $1,000 a day (Yes, they are those Winchesters).

This resulted into a house that is so confusing and has so many hidden rooms that people can’t even map it out. Come check it out yourself.

Mission Santa Clara de Asís - Santa Clara

This mission was founded in 1777 and was a part of Santa Clara University for a while. It’s free to the public, just need to check in with the college to get a parking pass. You will get to see inside the mission, as well as some amazing statues and the gardens around them.

Inside the chapel are beautiful murals and crosses with such detail that you need to see it in person in order to understand how truly magnificent they are.

Marshall Gold Discovery - Coloma

As you may have learned in a history class, there was a gold rush in California. In 1848, gold was discovered in the American River and people flooded in. Today there is a museum dedicated to this era. The Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park has a museum, tours, and more.

Please keep in mind the weather when planning your trip. If it is spring or summer you will want to wear stuff for warm weather and in the fall and winter you will want to wear layers.

Klamath Redwoods National Park

 http://www.visitcalifornia.com/attraction/klamath

The most northern part of California is where Klamath Redwoods National park is home to the largest tribe, the Yurok. There are also lots of Redwood trees and salmon to view. If you know nothing about the area, you just need to go to the Yurok County Visitor Center & Amphitheater. The people there would love to teach you about the traditions and culture of the tribe there and the area in general.

Whether you are planning a long trip or just for the day, myyp.com is the perfect place to go to learn about where to eat, stay, and so much more. Let us help you today!

Planning a Trip to Lodi?

by Guest Author 28 November 2016 07:39

Planning a trip to Lodi? We want to you to have the most fun you can. Here are some of the fun things you can experience.

World of Wonders Science Museum

This place is great for people of all ages. They have hands-on exhibits that allow the visitors to actually experience the scientific method rather than just read about it. Help your child develop a love for learning and science while learning in an authentic way.

The great thing about this place is that it doesn’t matter if you have visited before or this is your first time. They are constantly adding and changing their exhibits.

Micke Grove Zoo

Learn about some of the animals native and foreign to the area. This intimate zoo is a great place for you and your family to learn and view animals that you will not see just anywhere.

Around the zoo is a rose garden that is free to view. They also have Fun Town and a 9 hole golf course. Fun Town has a train that will give you a small tour of the park and nine other rides.

Original A&W Root Beer

The root beer you get here is better than anything you will ever get in a can. Their root beer is the perfect blend of herbs, spices, and berries. As you may know, the recipe is still a secret. Therefore, getting it from the tap at the original stand will be worth it to you.

Wine and Roses Day Spa

This gorgeous spa has organic and many green products for your visit. They have wonderful spa packages that will set your mind at ease and finally get you ready to tackle everything on you “to-do” list. You can even make it a spa weekend with their luxurious hotel rooms.

Planning a bachelorette weekend or prepping for your wedding? Spend your time getting pampered with the girls and then enjoy a night on the town in Lodi.

Lodi Beer Company

Enjoy fresh from the brewery beer at Lodi Beer Company. They have been in the business for years and were making microbrews before the trend hit America. Bring your friends and taste some brews in a warm and comfortable setting.

Not only do they have a phenomenal beer menu, they offer burgers, sandwiches, pizza, and more.

Lockeford Springs Golf Course

Their 72 par 18 hole golf course is the best way to spend your free time. It’s a friendly environment and the course is great for beginners all the way to advance. They want you to test your skills in their around their water hazards, sand traps, and more. The number one goal of their employees is to make sure you enjoyed yourself and their service.

Wine Grapes

They have lots of grape growers and wine tasting in the area. If you are a wine lover, you might want to plan your trip around their grape festival, which is in September of every year.

When planning your trip, myyp.com is here to help you find everything you need for your next trip.

Things to do in Northern California During the Holidays

by Guest Author 9 November 2016 13:31

The holiday season is upon us and many people are looking for fun things to do that they have not experienced already. If you are looking for the best place to enjoy the holidays with your family or friends, here are a few suggestions of what to do in Northern California. These places are loved by many and you are sure to enjoy yourself there.

  1. Outdoor Ice Rinks
  2. Throughout the state there are many ice rinks. Yosemite National Park has a beautiful one that is open to the public. They offer a heated tent for you to change your shoes in and across the street is the perfect place to get something warm to drink.

  3. San Francisco tree lighting, concerts, and more
  4. If you are looking for more than on holiday festivity to enjoy in one day, then San Francisco is the perfect place. They have plays, concerts, tree lighting, and more planned for this year. Whether it’s your first time or hundredth, you will see something new during the holiday season.

  5. The Polar Express Train
  6. Many states have their own version of the Polar Express and Northern California is no different. Cities such as Sacramento, Biggs, and other cities have their own stop where children can visit with Santa and tell them what they would like for Christmas this year.

  7. Fairytale Land in Sacramento
  8. Fairytale Land has festive lights and crafts set up on certain days for families to enjoy. The weekend is the best time to visit because they have Victorian carolers, even more activities, and photo ops with Santa (only $5). The weekend fun happens on December 8th-11th and 15th-18th. Start planning your trip today.

  9. Christmas Convoy through the Redwoods
  10. Don’t miss out on seeing about 50-100 large trucks filled with lights and more convoy through the redwoods. On December 10th, at 6pm in Eureka, you can grab a spot on the road and watch an amazing parade of lights and entertainment.

  11. Six Flags Global Kingdom Festivities
  12. They have more than one event going on this holiday season. On November 12th they have a color run where you can come in white and leave looking like a rainbow. Then, on November 25th to January 1st you can play around with Holiday in the Park. They will have a snow globe you can enter, Santa will be there, and so much more.

    Finally, on December 11th, they are celebrating Las Posadas. You can travel around the park while enjoying mariachi music, dancing, and, of course, the rides!

  13. Christmas Tree Lane in Fresno
  14. This is fun for friends and family members of all ages. Walk down Christmas Tree Lane and you will see many houses with spectacular lights displayed for your enjoyment. Not only do you get to view these fun lights, but many houses include their own Christmas music. Also, keep an eye out when you are there for the hidden 12 reindeer. If you get cold there are a couple spots for you to grab something warm to drink.

Don’t miss out on great rooms! Plan your trip now so you don’t miss out on the perfect spot for your holiday fun! We would be happy to help you find the right hotel, food, and more on myyp.com.

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