Top 10 Reasons Not To Move To Bakersfield, California.
Top 10 Reasons Not To Move To Bakersfield, California.
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5 Best Hidden Swimming Holes of Southern California
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1. Holcomb Canyon
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5. Chiquito Falls
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Top 15. Best Tourist Attractions in Mammoth Lakes - California
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Top 15. Best Tourist Attractions in Mammoth Lakes - California: Mammoth Mountain, Devils Postpile National Monument, Convict Lake, Lake Mary, Rainbow Falls, Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center, Mammoth Brewing Company, Hot Creek, Mammoth Mountain Bike Park, Minaret Vista, Crystal Lake trail, Mammoth Adventure Center, Obsidian Dome, Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center, Hot Creek Fish Hatchery,
Best Things To Do in San Clemente, California CA
San Clemente Travel Guide. MUST WATCH. Top 10 things you have to do in San Clemente. We have sorted Tourist Attractions in San Clemente for You. Discover San Clemente as per the Traveler Resources given by our Travel Specialists. You will not miss any fun thing to do in San Clemente.
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List of Best Things to do in San Clemente, California (CA)
San Clemente Pier
Dana Point Harbor
San Clemente Coastal Trail
Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens
Mission San Juan Capistrano
Salt Creek Beach
Doheny State Beach
San Clemente State Beach
Visiting Bakersfield ... Kern River, Lake Ming, C.A.L.M (California Living Museum) & Hart Park
Visiting The Kern River, Lake Ming, C.A.L.M (California Living Museum), and Hart Park in Bakersfield, California. It was so much FUN! Can't wait to go back!
Spring Break in California
Over Spring Break I traveled to California with four friends where we roadtripped around and visited a lot of places within California. We went to Los Angeles, Death Valley, Lake Isabella, San Francisco, Mt. Tamalpais, Santa Cruz, Montaña de Oro and then back to Los Angeles. We had a great time and I definitely would like to go back to the West Coast.
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Road Trip West USA 2016
This is a sum up of my road trip in the West of the USA in 2016.
We were 3 travelers and made 1874 miles in 16 days across 2 states : Nevada and California.
We visited Las Vegas, Death Valley, Yosemite, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. Of course, we took the famous Road 1 !
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A Walk Through The Beautiful and Elegant Biltmore Hotel, Downtown Los Angeles
The Millennium Biltmore Hotel, originally named the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel of the Biltmore Hotels group, is a luxury hotel located across the street from Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles, California, US. Upon its grand opening in 1923, the Los Angeles Biltmore was the largest hotel west of Chicago, Illinois in the United States. In 1969 the Biltmore Hotel was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument by the City of Los Angeles. Regal Hotels purchased the Biltmore in 1996, and then sold it in 1999 to Millennium & Copthorne Hotels. As of 2009, the Los Angeles Biltmore is operated as part of the Millennium & Copthorne Hotels chain as the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. The hotel has 70,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space. From its original 1500 guestrooms it now has 683, due to room reorganization.
The architectural firm Schultze & Weaver designed the Biltmore's exterior in a synthesis of the Spanish-Italian Renaissance Revival, Mediterranean Revival, and Beaux Arts styles, meant as an homage to the Castilian heritage of Los Angeles. The Biltmore Angel is heavily incorporated into the design—as a symbol of the city as well as the Biltmore itself. With a thick steel and concrete frame, the structure takes up half a city block and rises over 11 stories.
The interiors of the Biltmore Hotel are decorated with: frescos and murals; carved marble fountains and columns; massive wood-beamed ceilings; travertine and oak paneled walls; lead crystal chandeliers; cast bronze stairwells and doorways; fine artisan marquetry and mill work; and heavily embroidered imported tapestries and draperies. Most notable are the frescoed mural ceilings in the main Galleria and the Crystal Ballroom, which were hand painted in 1922 by Italian artist Giovanni Smeraldi, known for his work in the Vatican and the White House. Smeraldi and his team famously painted the ballroom's colorful, seamless fresco over a period of seven months, decorating it with figures of Greek and Roman gods, angels, cupids and other mythological creatures. It was meticulously restored in the 1980s by Smeraldi's apprentice, Anthony Heinsbergen. The imported Austrian crystal chandeliers that adorn it are 12 feet (3 in diameter.
The Rendezvous Court, once the hotel's lobby but now used primarily for afternoon tea, is decorated with a Moorish Revival styled plaster ceiling painted with 24 Carat Gold accents, two original imported Italian chandeliers from 1923, and a grand Spanish Baroque Revival bronze doorway, whose astrological clock still keeps time today. Two figures appear on the stairwell front—on the left is the Roman goddess of agriculture Ceres, while on the right is the Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa. The current lobby at the hotel's Grand Avenue entrance still has its original travertine walls and oak paneling as well as the large artificial skylighted ceiling, reflected in the custom carpet below.
Millennium Biltmore Hotel Galleria
Each ballroom on the Galleria level is themed either after the room's original function or the hotel's overall California-heritage premise. The Emerald Room was once the hotel's main guest dining room; its decor features images of hunt and harvest, with hand-painted animals and fish on the cast-plaster ceiling beams. The Tiffany Room was formerly an open corridor used as a drop-off point for Crystal Ballroom functions. Now enclosed, the elegant space centers around exploration, with relief sculptures and panels depicting Queen Isabella I of Castile, and Christopher Columbus and other Spanish New World explorers. The split-level Gold Room, once a dining room for elite guests, features Prohibition-era hidden liquor compartments and panels along the ceiling for press photographers to take pictures of the event below. It is decorated with a gold cast-plaster ceiling, hand-oiled wood paneling, and nine mirrored windows along three sides.
The South Galleria is painted with floral friezes inspired by the decor of ancient Roman Pompeii, and features a vaulted ceiling, marble balustrades and heavy Roman piers. Gold-painted wrought iron gates open to a staircase leading down to the Biltmore Bowl.
Also of interest is the hotel's health club and indoor pool, which was modeled after the decks of 1920s luxury ocean liners. Solid brass trim on windows, doors and railings, teakwood deck chairs and hand-laid Italian mosaic tile on the walls and in the pool are original.