Around San Diego

San Clemente

San Clemente is known as the “Spanish Village by the Sea” and has a distinctive Mediterranean style because of it’s breathtaking coastline, red-tiled roofs and over 340 days of sunshine each year. Laid-back locals and visiting tourists agree that San Clemente is one of the finest gems on the coast of California.

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles is often billed as the “Creative Capital of the World”, due to the fact that one in every six of its residents works in a creative industry. Twenty-four million people come to Los Angeles every year for their vacation. Because the metropolitan area is so dense, it is impossible to separate Los Angeles, or even Los Angeles county, from the surrounding metropolitan areas, except by planting a city limits sign.

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Big Bear

Big Bear Mountain is sometimes referred to as “The Park” because it has so many terrain park features spread across its runs — a revolving selection of over 150 jumps and 80 jibs. Big Bear Mountain also has Southern California’s only superpipe, a specially constructed huge-walled halfpipe. Snow Summit also has an impressive terrain park.

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Las Vegas

Sure, you’ve heard that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas—and you’ll surely help put the “sin” in Sin City. But when you’re ready to jump off the bar and curb your gambling habit, plenty of fun awaits you: luxurious spas, quirky museums, lavish pools, and gut-busting buffets.

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Sequoia National Park

The Sequoia National Forest is located in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains of California. The national forest is named for the majestic Giant Sequoia trees which populate 38 groves within the boundaries of the forest. The Giant Sequoia National Monument is located within the forest. Other notable features include glacier-carved landscapes and impressive granite monoliths.

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Mexico Tijuana

Crossing The Tijuana Border

Crossing The Tijuana Border – Tijuana is home to the world’s busiest border crossing and queues to enter the U.S. can literally be hours long. However, after clearing customs and immigration formalities, Interstate 5 is a major 8-10 lane freeway to downtown San Diego, Los Angeles, and north to the Canadian border. Interstate 805 takes a more easterly route north and rejoins I-5 in the northern part of San Diego.

Two important Mexican federal highways terminate in Tijuana. Mexican Federal Highway 1 runs south through the Baja California peninsula, terminating in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur. From Tijuana to Ensenada, most travelers take Highway 1-D , a four-lane, limited access toll road. Mexican Federal Highway 2 runs east for several hundred kilometers near the international border, currently as far as Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua Click Here for Directions