McInnes, William
December 2006
Australian Women's Weekly;Dec2006, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p228
The author describes an experience of a visit to California. It details his visit to the city's top tourist attractions, which include Disneyland, Sea World, Getty Museum and the retail stores at downtown. It also describes the environment and ambience of the places he visited and outlines the lessons learned from the experience.


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