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It's an exciting semitropical city of palm trees, swimming pools, television studios, and aerospace factories. Los Angeles has become the second most populous city and metropolitan area (after New York) in the United States. Wherever you visit, from ritzy Beverly Hills to the wondrous Hollywood Bowl, you're sure to have an unforgettable stay.
South of the border, alongside mountains, desert, and sea, Ensenada offers a warm and wonderful introduction to Mexico. The oldest community in the Baja Peninsula, it was first visited by Spanish missionaries in the 17th century. Today, it's a thriving seaport. Ensenada's breezy climate invites exploration, shopping for colorful handicrafts, dining on delectable seafood, viewing the wonderful gold coast, and sipping cervezas in lively cantinas.
San Diego, California
San Diego is California's "first city," with roots dating back to 1769. If you want to stay close to your ship, you'll find San Diego's beautiful harbor a lovely place to stroll. Historical Seaport Village, along the Embarcadero, is filled with fascinating shops and galleries. But if you wish to explore further, the world of San Diego is your oyster.
Catalina Island, California
Catalina Island, located off the southern coast of California, is the home of the Mediterranean-style town of Avalon, with its small-town charm and circular Moorish-style casino (now a concert venue) on the harbor. The population of 2,500 swells to nearly 20,000 in season, yet three-quarters of the island remains undeveloped. Here's an interesting bit of trivia ·a herd of wild buffalo left by a film crew years ago still roams the interior sections.