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“Stay at Home” orders have been instituted across our nation, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re feeling like climbing the walls right about now, you might enjoy this activity. You’ll get to travel without actually getting out of your seat. Many local and distant points of interest offer free and easy virtual tours and here are a few to get you started.

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The Old Towns of SoCalFeatured

Southern California is historic for many things — the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, the gnarly surf culture, and the iconic Route 66 just to name a few. Tourists may venture here for the wonderful world of Disney or to experience the beauty of a SoCal beach. But older cities with plenty of history are definitely the way to go for a more immersive trip. Rich in history and fun, these old towns of SoCal will give you a glimpse into the past.

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Savoring San Juan Capistrano

San Juan Capistrano is blessed with ideal Southern California weather year-round. Originally tribal land occupied by the peace-loving Acjachemen Indians, the Capistrano Valley in Orange County has long been home to communities that love to celebrate the land, its culture and heritage. Hardly a month passes without one event or another marking the calendars of its residents and visitors near and far. As a historic destination and a charming community, a visit to San Juan Capistrano is a day of enrichment on many levels.

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SoCal’s Historic TCL Chinese Theater

It opened with a bang, and today, the TCL Chinese Theater remains a Hollywood icon. The grand opening of SoCal’s Historic Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood in 1927 was the most spectacular theater opening in motion picture history. Thousands of people crowded onto Hollywood Boulevard and a riot broke out as enthusiastic fans tried to catch a glimpse of their favorite movie stars and other celebrities as they arrived for the opening. The film premiering that night was Cecil B. DeMille’s, The King of Kings, which was preceded by Glories of the Scriptures, a live prologue devised by the one and only master showman Sid Grauman. A Wurlitzer organ and 65-piece orchestra provided music for the prologue.

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8 Hidden Beaches in San Diego to Discover

Fall is an ideal time to explore San Diego’s 70 miles of sparkling beaches, as the summer crowds diminish, temperatures average a pleasant 74 degrees and seaside hotel prices dip from peak season rates.  Whereas the beaches of La Jolla and Mission Bay have long had mass appeal, San Diego’s lesser-known stretches of sand offer visitors a spot to lay out their towels, bask in the golden glow of the sun and splash in the surf with nary a tourist around.

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