The warm tropical beaches of Southern California that draw many sun loving vacationers epitomize the diversity of the Golden Statephysically and culturally. One can bask in the sun in a quiet cove in Malibu, or bike or rollerblade along a path in Santa Monica, past the street performers of Venice Beach, the day sailors of Marina Del Ray, the volleyball players on Manhattan Beach, and the surfers and fishermen off Hermosa and Redondo (California). No other state's shoreline provides as much diverse activities than California. However, California does not only offer wide range of leisure under the sun, but also a climate that have greatly affected the Californian lifestyle. The popular beaches in California have come to... [continues]
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