Ideas for Thanksgiving Travel in California

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DiscoverOurTown.com offers ideas for California travelers looking to getaway over the Thanksgiving Holiday. DiscoverOurTown.com is a travel website focused on local shopping, dining, and lodging options. The site covers 2500 towns and cities in the United States.

DiscoverOurTown.com offers ideas for California travelers looking to getaway over the Thanksgiving Holiday. DiscoverOurTown.com is a travel website focused on local shopping, dining, and lodging options. The site covers 2500 towns and cities in the United States.

Thanksgiving in California can mean many different things to different people. For some the hustle and bustle of everyday life makes a weekend getaway to the quiet and beautiful Northern California wine country the perfect way to spend Thanksgiving. Families in Southern California know that the official beginning of the Holidays starts with The Mother Goose Parade in San Diego. So wherever you are in life and in California your options are plenty. Let’s travel around the state and explore some of the best options.

Napa Valley: A retreat to wine country is the perfect way to relax before the rush of the holidays and New Year festivities. Napa is known for its many wonderful Bed & Breakfasts. Staying in a private guest house or cabin can be both relaxing and romantic. The search for the right Napa Bed & Breakfast can be made much easier when you use a company that specializes in private home rentals like HomeAway in Napa. When you are ready to leave the quiet of your B&B weekend, visit the newest bar in Napa, the Carpe Diem Wine Bar. Started by friends who decided to seize the day, the success of this hot spot has all the locals recommending it to visitors. The night life in Napa has also improved in recent years. Many restaurants are staying open later to host live music after their dinner patrons have departed. Check out Silo’s the original music venue in town. Also, Norman Rose Tavern and Grace’s Table offer partiers a place to enjoy the night. Ristorante Allegria on First Street has live performances several times a week.

El Cajon/ San Diego: The Mother Goose Parade is the largest parade in San Diego County and the largest of its type west of the Mississippi. The parade attracts thousands of spectators to the streets of El Cajon to view the parade. Always held the "Sunday before Thanksgiving" San Diego knows that the start to the Holidays begins with the Mother Goose Parade. After the parade, head west to the coast and shopping and dining. The restaurants along the coast are filled with local seafood and make the perfect place to relax after a day at Seaport Village or Fashion Valley. If you are a visitor to San Diego County, here is a good link to San Diego Hotels. Enjoy your travels.

Paso Robles: The hurried pace of the Holidays has those of us here at DiscoverOurTown.com thinking about ways to relax. So again we head to wine country B&B travel ideas. Within the vineyards of Paso Robles wine country, the Canyon Villa is the destination destined to win your return. The bed and breakfast will charm you with its ornate architecture, pristine views, intimate setting and luxurious amenities. Another local Bed and Breakfast worth the look is The Hidden Hills. This B&B location is perfect for romantics, wine lovers, people with a passion for the outdoors and for those who just want to get away. A third option is the Bella Casa in Paso Robles, just a short walk to the historic downtown square with upscale restaurants, unique shops, award winning wine tasting rooms, cinema, spas, antique browsing and plan on spending some time to enjoy the many festivities that are held year-round in our beautiful Paso Robles city park. Gourmet foods and tastings will have you heading back to your Bed and Breakfast to warm up by the fire. The Paso Robles wine region will enhance your holiday.

Enjoy the Holiday and don't let the season create more stress than is warranted.

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