Palo Alto

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Marin County

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Washington D.C.

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Seattle

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New York

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Dallas Fort Worth

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Anaheim

You may have heard of Anaheim, California, because it’s the home of the Disneyland Resort, which features restaurants, hotels, and shops with a Disney theme. Overall, Anaheim offers fun adventures, whether you’re going to a theme park, watching sports at the Honda Arena, or commuting to your next coastal trip. For food, try The Ranch Restaurant, Tacos Los Cholos, or Sauced BBQ and Spirits. read more..

Santa Ana

Santa Ana is slightly northeast of Huntington Beach, which is another city within Orange County, California. However, since Santa Ana does not have direct access to the coast, activities are more city-like. Visitors will enjoy visiting the Santa Ana Zoo or several museums this city has to offer. And when you’re ready to eat, try American cuisine at either Benchmark or Playground. read more..

Mission Viejo

In Orange County, there’s a commuter city called Mission Viejo, nestled between Lake Forest and Laguna Niguel. Mission Viejo is a master-planned community that has a significant scope. Only one other master-planned community in the United States rivals it in size. If you love to eat, you’ll find yourself right at home—several beautiful restaurants, including the Ironwood Cellar, Calo Kitchen, and the Delizie Ristorante Bar are located in Mission Viejo. read more..

Irvine

In the region of Orange County, California, sits the small city of Irvine. It’s slightly north of the coastline and provides several activities that families will enjoy. Visitors should take a balloon ride, visit The Pretend City Children’s Museum, and check out the Irvine Museum. If you want burgers, you’ll love going to The Cut. And for those who love their food a bit fancier, you’ll enjoy eating American food at Porch & Swing. read more..