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Railroad Square Historic District

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Railroad Square Historic District

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Highway 1 Self-Driving Audio Tour (Pacific Coast Highway)
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Highway 1 Self-Driving Audio Tour (Pacific Coast Highway)

Welcome to the GPS-enabled driving tour of California’s famous Highway 1, the Pacific Coast Highway! This self-guided audio tour stretches between San Francisco and Los Angeles, one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world! It also includes a popular scenic detour along Monterey’s 17 Mile Drive at Pebble Beach. This self-guided audio tour allows you to explore Highway 1 with maximum flexibility and value.<br><br>Here's how it works: Within 30 mins, we'll send you two things: a unique password and an app. Download the app onto your phone, enter the password, and download the tour. When you arrive, go to the first stop, launch the app, and follow the instructions! Stick to our recommended route and speed limit for the best experience. <br><br>Recommended: purchase one tour per vehicle. Everyone can listen at the same time!<br><br>Uncertain Travel Date? The tour’s valid for 30 days from booking!<br><br>This tour doesn’t include entrance to attractions along the route. Check pandemic rules before your visit.
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JulieJess wrote a review Feb 2020
Sky Valley, California57 contributions47 helpful votes
Antique stores, thrift shops, furniture, bars, jewelry, shoes -- it just goes on and on. Lots of restaurants and bars.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Charles F wrote a review Jan 2020
Huntington Beach, California44 contributions6 helpful votes
Went to the district and arrived before 10 am - not much going on. This visitor center was a good place to find things / places to see in the area. We walked the entire 3 block area and only found one store that was open at 10. The running shoe place didn't have a sign with posted hours, yet people were inside - but never opened the door even after 10 am. We visited the antique stores and found them interesting. The coffee shop / diner didn't open till 11. So if you go - don't go too early.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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raj b wrote a review Jan 2020
Bharuch, India161 contributions45 helpful votes
This is a cute area in Santa Rosa, with lots of little boutiques and coffee shops and restaurants. It's a fun stop for the afternoon, antique stores, consignment...you have to pay to park and parking is a premium...the meters take atm's if you don't have change!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Thomas V wrote a review Jan 2020
Oakland, California9,968 contributions1,874 helpful votes
This is where the suburb tries to find its urban interior and downtown. It's worth the effort to support as there are some unique cafes, restaurants and stores around. Park your car and walk around.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Lekkermaaltijd wrote a review Nov 2019
Santa Clarita, California178 contributions61 helpful votes
We stopped into the train station Visitor Information office and picked up a West End Walking Tour map.Not the most interesting area. We walked past warehouses, saw vacant lots where shops used to be and generally walked through neighborhoods that were a little down-at-the-heel. The Historic District shop façades were lovely but not much you’d actually want to buy in the shops.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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