I'm going to be in pic related soon. What are some things I can do, or things nearby that aren't Disneyland?

I'm going to be in pic related soon. What are some things I can do, or things nearby that aren't Disneyland?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The beach!

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    if you're going to be anywhere near san francisco, go to chinatown and enjoy the food. lots of dope food spots.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    La Jolla Cove in San Diego is paradise. I'm not going to describe more than that. It aint cheap but if you do go out on the water or in the air or hike the coast cliffs its just indescribable.

    San Francisco is absolutely beautiful, all the negative shit parroted online is the Tenderloin which you just avoid, or go in to adventure. The food is delicious, Japantown is cool, gorgeous scenery and colorful houses, the piers, as well as cliffsides and redwood forest north of the bridge. You also got Yosemite Motherfricking National Park right there. Chill vibes in general.

    LA is pretty grimy and disorganized but I didn't go to a nice part. Hollywood is kind of appalling, the walk of stars is a mess. However it has its own appeal and some cool cultural heritage that is worth seeing. Maybe good nightlife. Again I didn't see a nice part but I'm not sure if LA has a nice part?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >La Jolla Cove in San Diego is paradise
      smells like shit

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Never been to SoCal, so if you're only in the Anaheim, I can't help too much, though I've heard good things about Joshua Tree from friends who visited. If you're going to Northern Cali, there's loads of cool shit to see.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    For food, Fuoco Pizzeria, Tsurhashi, and Kaori are my three favorites near Anaheim. The Anaheim Packing District is cool for hanging out and grabbing a drink, but the food I've had there was just ok. If you're into beer, go to Green Cheek brewing and do a brewery crawl. There are 5 good brreweries on that street.

    For things to do, the number one thing I would recommend is renting a bike in Newport Beach and riding from the Newport Beach Pier to the Wedge, especially if the waves are hitting. Laguna Beach main beach is fun. Huntington Beach Pier has a lot of shops and you can watch the pros surf. San Clemente has a nice main street with shops and a good pier too.

    The best hike close to Anaheim is along the shoreline in Little Corona Del Mar. There are arches, sea caves and tidepools. You just scramble along the beach as long as the tide is out. Look up "arch rock" on google maps and you'll see the area near Little Corona Del Mar.

    If you don't mind driving an hour, the two bests hikes in the area are Chantry Flats to Sturtevant Falls, or the Bridge to Nowhere Trail.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    $100 roundtrip flights to vegas for a few nights too.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What are some things I can do, or things nearby that aren't Disneyland?
    Sit on any random bench and let the aids blow through your hair

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Been thinking about doing a California trip myself. How feasible would it be to travel most of the state in a week? I want to start in LA, go to SF, Yosemite, then up to Redwood.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You can drive across CA in a day, I've driven from San Diego, where I live, to Oregon. It's a long way but doable. The question is how much time do you have to see stuff. LA-SF-Redwoods is doable. Adding Yosemite idk because its takes some driving just to get out to where the park is from the coast and into it so that kills a day each way.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you're doing a week, stay somewhere for 2 nights like San Clemente that's near a safe (white) beach in a nice (white) area. Use it as base to do Laguna and Newport Beach and disney if you're into that.
      Then drive north and spend a night in Santa Monica. The Getty, Griffith Park and Rodeo Drive are easily doable in a day.

      Normally, I'd recommend driving up route 1 on the coast, but the road is closed in the middle with no definite opening date. So you could definitely squeeze in Yosemite. It takes 6 hours from west LA to get into the valley. You need at least 2 full days to do Yosemite. The best hike in the park is to take a shuttle up to Glacier Point and hike back down into the valley on the Panorama and Mist Trails.

      Then 2 nights in San Francisco is plenty. If you have an extra day, I'd add it to Yosemite.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I guess you could do Yosemite instead of Redwoods, either or, but I wouldn't attempt to do both and LA and SF in a week. And I kind of feel like Yosemite is worth its own trip, which can be combined with other Sierra Nevada sites like Mono Lake and Bodie or Tahoe. Some roads and trails in and around Yosemite are closed in the winter and early spring, BTW.

        I agree completely on avoiding the culturally enriched parts of LA. They're shitholes. Seal Beach is probably the nicest beach town that's still close to LA since its just over the border in republican Orange County they don't tolerate aggressive drunken bums or the constructing of encampments. I like going there, its noticeably more pleasant.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I just realized OP said "soon". Yea, he shouldn't do Yosemite in winter. They got a frick ton of snow last week. Half the trails won't be open until summer. Stick to the coast instead.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          California, despite all of it's problems, has top tier nature. There are tons of posts in SighSee archives about it, but National and State Parks and mountain forests are good places to start. You'll find a lot of good Mexican hole in the wall places in towns and smaller cities in SoCal when on the way to other places. There's a warehouse in LA with a bunch of murals on it that's a large Mexican market, but I forgot the name and I don't think LA is the kind of place you'd stay at for vacation. Overall, focus on historic and natural locations when taking a trip to California. Big cities are mostly shitholes and many beach towns are ludicrously expensive.

          >I guess you could do Yosemite instead of Redwoods, either or, but I wouldn't attempt to do both and LA and SF in a week. And I kind of feel like Yosemite is worth its own trip, which can be combined with other Sierra Nevada sites like Mono Lake and Bodie or Tahoe. Some roads and trails in and around Yosemite are closed in the winter and early spring, BTW.
          This is sound advice.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      There's genuinely frick-all to do in Anaheim, it's 95% suburbs, but if you have a car you can get around to Irvine or any of the beach cities which have more things to do. I'll +1 the Knott's Berry Farm recommendation as a different theme park. If you drive an hour you can get to downtown Los Angeles and most of the tourist things there (Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, etc).

      imo a week feels too short and you'll have some rough driving days, but you could do something like
      > Day 1, 2: Los Angeles
      > Day 3: drive the Pacific Coast Highway up to San Francisco in the morning, maybe do the Monterey Bay Aquarium as you pass by, spend the afternoon in SF
      > Day 4: San Francisco
      > Day 5: drive to Yosemite in the morning, spend the afternoon/night in the park
      > Day 6: drive up to the Redwoods in the morning, stay overnight
      > Day 7: either spend another day in the Redwoods or drive back to SF for departing flights
      10-14 days feel like they'd give you more time to be in places so that you aren't rushing around. If I had to give any specific advice, it's avoid the central valley as much as possible, the stretch of I-5 from LA to Stockton is absolutely brutal.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Travel most of the state in a week? Not really. You can burn weeks in the Sierra Nevada alone and not see everything worth seeing. That said, to hit the 'big ticket' places, a week is doable.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        If he's going soon, the only thing to do in the Sierra's is snowboard in Lake Tahoe. They're buried under 20 feet of snow right now with more coming.

        The closest really good thing to do near Anaheim is Newport Beach. It's 30 minutes away. You rent a bike and ride on the Balboa Peninsula. You eat lunch at Great Mex or Bear Flag. You take the $1 ferry over to Balboa Island and get a Balboa Bar. You go to the Wedge and watch the surfers. You drink a Margarita at Cruisers. Then dinner at the Cannery. Bam, perfect day.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anaheim? Nothing there except Disneyland and rich inheritance YouTube 'stars'

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Beach blvd and ball road has the hoes

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Inyo County
    hit up Pahrump to fill your tank

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Knott's Berry Farm

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      this. knotts is great. i enjoyed it much more than disney

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    recommend the palm springs aerial tramway if you're coming to the coachella valley.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >recommend the palm springs aerial tramway if you're coming to the coachella valley.
      Just don't wander off at the top. kek

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Frank & Sons collectable show is good if you are a nerdy person Socal has a lot of good food but especially by expensive areas (the beach and the nice part of LA)

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would you go to Anaheim if not for Disneyland? There is a lot to do within 100 miles but having your own car is a must.
    >mountains
    >deserts
    >beaches
    You name it. Just be aware that crime is legal in California, so make sure you are prepared to defend yourself.

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