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    Los Angeles, California, United States
    for aussis travellers heading to usa. first thing to remember is their scale of rating for hotels is very different to aus hotels.. a 4 star hotel their is about a 1 here. as in we stayed at a so called 4 star resort right near disneyland.. and were supposed to have a continental breakfast.. it ended up being 1 coffee and 1 iced donut that had to be colelcted from front office. they dont have bar fridges in most hotels and u have to get ice. some hotels are not very helpful. so get plenty of advice and choose wisely. for attractions dont miss Knotts Berry Farm its a great day out adn to be honest preferred it to over commercialised Disneyland.
    women do NOT travel alone. and dont flash your money around alot. i was told that if i need to get money out of my wallet to go into toilets and do it. but thats abit over the top. Check out some of the larger malls such as i think its called South Mall in Los Angelos. its huge and lots of good bargins. If u have a multi day pass to Disneyland try and do all the other sightseeing first and leave Disneyland to last.. that way if you want to go back and pick up things you can. WE had no coffee or tea even toast making facilities in room.. couldnt even keep milk in with us as nothing to store it in as no bar fridge.. so very ahrd to make simple things to eat.. eating out all the time is costly.. try not eat before or after going to theme parks as the food there is over the top in prices.. for something different try Medievil times it was a fantastic night of knights in shinging armour.. jousting and falconry.
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    Santa Monica, California, United States
    the beach , woman ahhh , the waves . blue water, sandy beaches ,,, sunsets ,mountains n much much more...
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    San Francisco, California, United States
    Call their tourist info number and they may be able to help you find a hotel. My friends and I went without reserving a room anywhere, and they were able to point us to a hotel in a great location with at a reasonable cost.
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    Santa Barbara, California, United States
    Great tip for Santa Barbara - the cheezy Motel 6 across the street from Cabrillo beach allows dogs! If you're looking to spend your money on fun and not on a pricey hotel, you can bring your dog to this dog friendly city and have a great time. The hotel has no frills whatsoever, but you get what you pay for - and it's only $79.00 a night!
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    San Francisco, California, United States
    beautiful sightseeing~! napavally wine~
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    Los Angeles, California, United States
    It'S A great city to do shopping. Macy's is by far almost always the cheapest place to go shopping, look for the sales. The beach is fantastic when it's sunny, there are a lot of good beaches in Malibu. Go eat at Cheesecake factory in Marina Del rey, it's so pretty and the food is delicious. I've stayed at Mariott in Downtown which is pretty good, but located a bit too far from beverly hills in my opinion. The Beverly hilton is fantastic, and is cheap sometimes.
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    San Francisco, California, United States
    Look for a hotel on Lombard Street and than take the Cable Car to get around.
    Fall is a good season to travel to Frisco.... there won't be as much fog as in June for example.
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    Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, United States
    Great destination for you and your pooch. Main beach is off leash and several hotels and restaurants welcome well behaved pooches. Contact Diggidy Dog for a list of hotels and restaurants that welcome you. http://www.diggidydogcarmel.com/
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    Los Angeles, California, United States
    If you're bummin your way through the states this is suprisingly a good place to visit. Get to venice beach and you'll find allot of strange people but also other travelers. If you go to the far northern or southern ends of the beach you can sleep there without being disturbed. There are locations throught venice where you can eat for free at least twice day, free showers in the morning under the santa monica pier (good spot to meet people already living there to find out about meals). You can stay there indefinitely without spending a dime. Oh and i think it's every saturday night, although it might be sunday there's a huge drum circle about 2 hours before sunset right on the beach.
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    San Francisco, California, United States
    Shop around for hotels, there are loads of small, family run ones around the bay area and Union Square that are a lot cheaper than the bigger name ones.
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