A year ago we were looking at travel bans and stay at home orders. As those have been relaxed they have been replaced with such onerous restrictions that we think twice. Whether it be concerns about the restrictions or fears of being in a confined space when the virus may not be under control, getting on a plane or a cruise ship isn’t on the list of things most of us want to do.
The Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most iconic highways in the United States. And one of the most beautiful road trips you can take.
As you enter Malaga Cove, the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles vanishes. It’s as if you have stepped back into time to a charming quaint town in an old European country… although it does have a healthy amount of beautiful Spanish architecture as well! The pace of life is different here. A bit slower. Less crowded. A lot more peaceful.
With all of the restrictions that currently still exist on travel, I decided to start a section on Totally LA for “Stay-cations”.
One of the most beautiful and fun filled places for a Southern California road trip or a day trip is Shoreline Aquatic Park in Long Beach.
Right now I think we all need a beautiful, peaceful place we can escape to and heal our souls. Honestly, it’s reached the point where it’s essential!
Please enjoy the video, Escape to Malibu. Malibu is the perfect day trip from Los Angeles and there is a great RV campground for those coming from farther away.
We’ve been cooped up inside our homes for too long. All around us the world seems to have gone mad. We need a vacation, but economics and travel restrictions make that impractical.
The great American road trip is poised to make a comeback not seen since Americans took to the road with the opening of Route 66, the first transcontinental road.
There are a lot of lists on the web talking about the most scenic road trip you can take in America. Their choices vary, but there is one that appears on every one of the lists. The Pacific Coast Highway through California.