Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Laguna Beach - Travel California
Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Laguna Beach - Travel California:
Heisler Park, Crystal Cove State Park, Pageant of the Masters, Main Beach, Pacific Marine Mammal Center, Laguna Beach Trolley, Crescent Bay Point Park, 1,000 Steps Beach, Aliso Beach Park, Laguna Art Museum, Alta Laguna PArk, Laguna Playhouse
Laguna Beach Travel Tips
Join me as I share some of my tips for my favorite destination, Laguna Beach, California! I absolutely love spending time and watching the sunsets from this locations incredible beaches!
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TOP 10 Things to Do in CALIFORNIA in 2019 | Travel Guide
In this video, we’ll show you 10 best things to do in California.
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Everything Laguna Beach (Feature Film)
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Everything Laguna Beach is a project dedicated to highlighting the amazing town of Laguna and the various things to do and see in it.
Top 14 Tourist Attractions in Newport Beach - Travel California
Top 14 Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Newport Beach - Travel California:
Balboa Island, Newport Beach, Fashion Island, Balboa Pavilion, Sherman Library & Gardens, Corona Del Mar State Beach, Balboa Pier, Newport Beach Pier, Little Corona Beach, Inspiration Point, Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve, St.John Vianney Chapel, Orange County Museum of Art, Pacific View Memorial Park and Mortuary
Hidden Gems of Orange County, California
From its citric heritage to its theme parks and beautiful beaches, Orange County, California is a fascinating place with a lot to offer. In Part 1 of my Hidden Gems series, I highlight 5 places that make Orange County truly unique. I’ve provided a list below with location information:
1) California Scenario aka “the Noguchi Garden.” Costa Mesa, CA
2) Irvine Ranch Historic Park. Irvine, CA
3) The Pirate Tower. Laguna Beach, CA
4) The Dana Point Arches. Dana Point, CA
5) Lyon Air Museum. Santa Ana, CA
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Kyle Frager is a filmmaker with a joy for traveling and creating vlogs and mini documentaries about the different places he visits. “Never Stop Exploring” earned rapid success on YouTube with Kyle’s mini documentary on California’s Salton Sea: The video earned over 1-Million views in just a few short months and is one of the top search results for The Salton Sea on YouTube.
All historic images used in this video were obtained legally through Creative Commons or the Public Domain. Credits provided below in order of appearance:
1. “Irvine Ranch, circa 1920s” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
2. Citrus packing house, circa 1949 by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
3. “1953 Boy Scout Jamboree, Irvine Ranch” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
4. “Orange County: Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Orange” by Alfred Twu. Public Domain.
5. “Developer H.Sidney Woodruff presenting cup to winner of Dana Point yacht race, 1929” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
6. “Dana Point, Oct 29, 1965” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
7. “The headlands and the pier at Dana Point, California, circa 1925, prior to the construction of the harbor” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
8. “Trail at Dana Point buiilt by Ed Seeman circa 1927” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
9. “Dana Point, Oct 29, 1965” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
10. “Marchers in Camden, New Jersey demanding jobs during the Great Depression.” By GoodFreePhotos. Public Domain.
11. “MGEN William Lyon, USAF” by US Air Force. Public Domain.
12. “DC-3” by Pixaby under CC0 Public Domain Dedication.
13. “General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower” by Unknown. Public Domain.
14. “A U.S. Army Air Force North American B-25C Mitchell bomber (s/n 41-12823) in flight near Inglewood, California (USA)” by Mark Sherwood. Public Domain.
#LagunaBeach #Photowalk #Roadtrip #travel #travelphotography
Join Jefferson Graham for a Laguna Beach California #Photowalk to light up your social media and find the best Instagram worthy photo spots in town.
The Orange County Beach City series #Roadtrip, which began in Seal Beach, concludes in Laguna, the former artist colony that's home to the most dramatic beaches and coastline in Southern California.
Laguna is a photographer's paradise that's just minutes away from Disneyland.
Thanks @nickcarver (UCLcKQhTO6i0oq10S234vWyA) for the double cameo!
On this #Photowalk, Jeff takes viewers to the top photo spots in Laguna:
—Main Beach 1:11
—Heisler Park 2:49
—Shaw's Cove 3:26
—Victoria Beach 3:53
—Montage Laguna Beach 4:28
—Top of the World Park 4:58
—The art scene: 5:28
—The best spot for a sunset 6:11
Additionally: Tips on how to get photos that look as cool as the ones shown in the tourist brochures, on shooting panoramas and portrait, drone rules and looking out for hidden gems on the streets.
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Seal Beach #Photowalk
The #Photowalks series is all about bringing viewers to cool places in the Southern California (and elsewhere) area in search of the best photo spots to light up your social media, and to show how, when and where to get them.
Past #Photowalk episodes include visits to Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Balboa Island, the Griffith Observatory and Venice Beach. We went outside the area to trek to Pismo Beach, a road trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, Tokyo and Kauai.
9 Things To Do On Balboa Island in Newport Beach
9 fun things to do in Newport Beach on Balboa Island. Join me with co-host Jefferson Graham for a fun day's worth of activities in Newport Beach, California. Balboa Island is one of my favorite places to take visitors in Orange County, California. Balboa Island is an idyllic seaside neighborhood with a sidewalk that rings the island and amazing homes with private boat docks.
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1 - Walk around the island:
Walking around Balboa Island feels like a tour of the good life.
streets named after gemstones,
whimsical beach cottages that sell for millions of dollars
fly a flag for either USC or UCLA.
Consists of 3 man-made islands created in 1906.
2.7 miles around Balboa and Little Balboa
3000 Residents live on just 0.2 square miles (half a square kilometer). More dense than San Francsico.
1919, the mayor declared, The island is a dump. It was sold by a lot of damn crooks to a lot of damn fools.
But don’t bike or skateboard
2 - Explore the shops on Marine Ave
Not your typical set of cookie cutter shopping mall stores.
Some of the most interesting shops:
Art for the soul -- visiting this store can be described a bit like falling down the rabbit hole
Cinnamon Roll Store
Need some groceries -- Hersheys Market since 1949
Yes -- there’s a starbucks too!
3 - Balboa Island Museum
Learn more about the history of the Island at this museum
In a historic 1945 cottage
Or visit them online
4 - Eat the local deserts:
The Balboa Bar and Frozen Banana.
The local sweet tooth treasures have been mainstays for nearly 75 years,
But they were made famous through the TV show Arrested Development
The tasty treats are dipped in chocolate and covered with a variety of coatings from nuts and sprinkles to cookie crumbs.
5 - Get a drink:
Balboa Island has only one bar… and it’s the Village Inn, which has been at the end of Marine Ave for over 80 years
6 - Go fish
Balboa Island has several public docks that you can fish for free (4 on the main island, 1 on the little island). Buy your bait from JDs Big Game Tackle next to the Balboa Island Ferry pier.
7 - Ride the Balboa Island Ferry:
Since 1919, Balboa Island Ferry has provided continuous between Balboa Island and Balboa Peninsula.
Crossings approximate 800 feet.
Driving around is 6 miles.
6:30 a.m. until 12:00 a.m. Sundays to Thursdays. Until 2am Fridays and Saturdays
A car plus a driver is $2
A motorcycle plus rider is $1.50
A bike plus a rider is $1.25
A passenger is $1
Kids -- 50 cent discount
8 - Play at the Balboa Fun Zone
where a Ferris wheel, arcades and a nautical museum offers fun for the whole family
And just 3 more blocks and you’ll be at the ocean and the Balboa Pier.
You can take the “big” ferry to Catalina Island from here.
9 - Seasonal Activities
Christmas Lights & Boat Parade
Balboa Island has some of the most amazing Christmas lights displays
And even the boats join in… the boat parade is actually spread over 5 nights in mid December. This year, 2018 will be the boat parade’s 110th year.
The best trick-or-treating and halloween displays
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5 Best Hidden Swimming Holes of Southern California
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Walking along Newport Beach in Orange County, California 【4K】
Newport Beach, a coastal city in southern California, is known for its large, boat-filled harbor. Balboa Peninsula has 2 piers, Newport Beach Pier and Balboa Pier, plus the Balboa Fun Zone, an old-school amusement park with a Ferris wheel and ocean views.
The city is famous for its lavish lifestyle and beautiful surroundings. It is nestled on the Pacific Ocean and is a favorite amongst surfers. The Wedge, at the end of the Balboa Peninsula, is famed for its challenging surf, but Newport's miles of wide beaches offer plenty of room for everyone, except on the busiest summer weekends. There is a concrete boardwalk running along the beach from the east of the Balboa pier to west of the Newport pier.
Recording Date: July 2018
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