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Santa Barbara Two Ways

Eat, stay and play like a local or a tourist. There’s no wrong way to enjoy this cozy and refined beach town.I lived in...
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Traveling with Julia Morgan

Our travel writer visits some properties designed by Julia Morgan, who is responsible for the look of more than 800 buildings in California and...
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Time for a Lift

Tahoe ski resorts take visitors sky high in summer.Summer hiking season is here, and for many of us, that means pointing the compass “up...
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Weekender: Point Reyes

Take a couple of days to rediscover this region of natural beauty and culinary bounty in West Marin.On one of the first clear days...
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At the Water Line

Spend the night in one of Mendocino’s historic water towers.“Isn’t it a little ironic,” said my husband, Mike, “that we’re going to stay in...
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After the Flames

Our travel writer visits Shasta County after the Carr Fire devastated so much acreage this past summer.In the mid-1980s, Fou Choy Saechao, a Laotian...
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Clear Lake and Beyond

Lake County’s treasures await visitors who are ready for some gentle adventure.At the corner of Main Street and Konocti Road in Kelseyville, a modest...
Peak Solitude

Peak Solitude

Whether you go glam (or glamping), Yosemite in the wintertime brings a special quiet beauty and the place to yourself.Six years ago, inside what...
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City Lights

It’s cold—it’s San Francisco, after all. It’s also crowded—it’s Union Square—but that adds to the happy energy. Your ankles are wobbly, and you don’t...

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