A comparison of Northern and Southern California
It’s never easier planning a trip, let alone a trip that your whole family will enjoy especially if you need to plan it around a certain time of year; Southern and Northern California both have a great variety of site seeing, attractions and beaches to visit; but the warm weather, funky, laid back life style, and lively atmosphere of Southern California seems to make it a better place to take a family vacation. Southern California’s weather is very predictable and usually warm all the time much like the Mediterranean, which makes it easy to plan a trip year round with little to no limitations on what’s going to be open or available that time of year. There’s a vast variety of things to do and experience whether you’re looking to camp out on the beach you can stay at Doheny Beach in Dana Point, or stay at a resort such as Pelican Hill, in Newport Beach. Looking for some theme park fun you can try out Disneyland theme park located in Anaheim, California, Nicknamed "The Happiest Place on Earth" or Universal Studios just outside of Hollywood, Ca (also known as Universal Pictures) which currently holds the title of being the longest lived motion picture studios still up and running today. Or if you prefer something a little more laid back you can head on over to the 1,800 acre Zoo and Safari Park located in San Diego which is home to over 2,600 animals, they also offer a caravan safari ride where you can meet, greet and feed the Giraffe’s and rhino’s up close and personal! The beaches in Southern California are amazing year round, clean white and warm, perfect for strolling, volleyball matches or simply unwinding on a blanket. One Beach of interest would be Venice Beach in Venice, Ca; you won’t be able to find another in the world much like it. Sure, other California beaches have sand, surf and sunshine. But they do not have a 3 ring urban street circus, complete with artists, weightlifters, and barefoot sand...
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