Visit The San Buenaventura City Pier

Monday, March 18, 2019
The sandy beach at Ventura Pier is the main central beach of Ventura, California. The San Buenaventura City Pier is an old structure on wooden pilings that attracts fishermen and tourists who visit the Ventura waterfront.  This is one of a  popular beach spot. No matter what time or day there's usually someone is surfing in the water below or  walking the pier from paved Ventura Promenade pathway to Surfers Point Park.

For access to Ventura Pier Beach from downtown just head toward the ocean on California Street and you’ll get to the pier. There is a large parking structure next to the Crown Plaza Ventura Beach Hotel just off Harbor Boulevard. Another option is the northern parking lot for San Buenaventura State Beach which is right behind the beach. Restaurants are available on the pier: bikes, beach chairs, and body boards are available for rent at the pier seven days a week in summer and on weekends in the winter month.

The pier is a great place to watch sunsets or really to walk at any time of the day.

A Day Tour in Los Angeles on a trip to California

Sunday, February 24, 2019
Los Angeles is one of the biggest cities in the United States, and its because it is such a big city, its attractions are often quite far apart. This means that using a car can be the best option for some visitors to get around the hundreds of square miles that make up Los Angeles.  However some visitors choose not to drive. The Metro, which includes the bus system is an alternative option. This public bus system runs more than 1,500 buses on 150 bus lines throughout the city.

We stopped by in LACMA on a Saturday afternoon. There was a fairly amount of people snapping photos. I did hear the best time to take pictures here are in the evening, where you can see the lamp posts are lit, but I did find it difficult to find good lighting for selfies. Very tough to also get a solo pic without others being in it, but it is what it is. We did not stay that long but if you have ample time and not familiar with the parking, you can parked in an underground garage close by for maybe an hour f or $16.

Can't say you've gone to LA if you haven't visited the Urban lights!
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