Local Destinations for The Kids

Living in Southern California, you are lucky. As being a side note, I think it’s important that you understand that my family lives in Boston, and they have been buried in over seven feet of snow during the last month! For those of us living here in sunny California, we can’t fathom such a state of affairs. Sure, we have now world class skiing and snowboarding within a few hours’ drive from Downtown Los Angeles, but thankfully, we don’t must live that reality every day, all day. In order to feel momentarily great and superior about where you live, check out this page.

Nearly 25in of snow fell on Boston on Friday night

This tantalizing image of snow will kick off our Southern California road trip tour and take us to Mammoth Mountain. At just five hours away from L . A ., this haven for snow bunnies and thrill seekers is perfect for any winter enthusiast, and is readily accessible with a new, 2015, hybrid Nissan Pathfinder. With competitive fuel efficiency that makes it especially myriad and attractive high-end features designed for your comfort and happiness, a rugged road trip with this “tank using a conscience” is a joy for whoever is driving and every one of the passengers. With minimal maneuvering, you can even take the family dog! If you’re heading up Mammoth way, you may want to consider getting chains for your tires, since they often have huge snow storms that make driving difficult.

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The last thing you wish to see in California is definitely an intimate look at snow if you’re like my parents. Don’t fear, there are more exciting road trips that begin in Los Angeles than you can shake a stick at. Wine Country is a personal favorite of mine. Santa Santa and Barbara Ynez are stunning destinations for the romantic couple or perhaps the food and wine enthusiast. You probably won’t need something so rugged being a Pathfinder, and I recommend the Nissan Sentra. It’s a wonderful sedan, loaded with all of the furnishings for safety and luxury which makes it the perfect getaway car. The best thing about it is the way it drives. It is actually so responsive and smooth that minute you turn the real key and start the ignition, you’ll feel like you’re driving on clouds, which is perfect for the long, windy mountain roads that will require to your destination. If you’re in the market for a whole new car or truck, get online and check out either Cerritos Nissan or http://www.downtownnissan.com to find the car of your dreams.

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The past road trip that I feel compelled to express is one which will take you over the Pacific Coast Highway through Big Sur. You will drive through quaint towns of towering red wood trees, and seemingly every shut off offers a view created especially for a post card. It is probably the most beautiful drive I’ve ever been on, and each time I bring it, I discover something new.

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