On this week’s We Hear, we’re California dreamin’. East Coasters have mixed feelings about this year’s El Nino weather pattern. While we loved the mild winter with little snow and early spring temperatures, local ski bunnies aren’t too happy about missing all the double black diamond action up in Vermont. California’s take on things are a little more rosy. Where El Nino brought an amazingly beautiful, rare occurrence of a super bloom to the Death Valley. And tons of blizzard and late winter snow events to Mammoth Ski Mountain, one of the most popular ski destinations in the West. Local experts suspect that all the snow will extend the ski season an extra month, with slopes expected to be open until July 4th. After you shush down the 150 trails, check into the Westin Monache Resort, where the signature heavenly beds in each of the properties 230 rooms and suites will low you right to dream land.
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Families love this property since it also has a heated outdoor pool, kids club, and complimentary meals for the little ones. Book now until the end of May and choose a Mammoth Mountain Ski package that gives you 15% off a stay of three nights or more plus two adult lift tickets. Some of us couldn’t care less about snow and prefer the sun, sand, and surf of sunny California.
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Travel Savvy adores the Ventura County Coast which includes Camarillo, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, and Ventura. We have fully researched this county’s communities and you’ll fall in love with the down-to-earth atmosphere and lack of attitude, mixed with 72 degrees sunshine year-round that have locals declaring this place their very own slice of paradise.
Located just an hour north of Los Angeles, this is where you’ll find excellent small wineries, craft breweries, international cuisine, and independent shopping. And of course the great outdoors. At blog Islands National Park you can hike, whale watch, kayak, paddle board, and deep-sea dive. Learn the best places to surf, bike, hike, and connect with nature in our latest posts on Travel Savvy TV each featuring locals sharing their recommendations in dining, bars, shopping, and more. That’s it for this week’s We Hear.
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