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Natural Bridges State Beach

This park and beach is an excellent vantage point for viewing shore birds, migrating whales, as well as seals and otters playing offshore. Further along the beach, public access tidepools offer a glimpse of life beneath the sea. Low tides reveal sea stars, shore crabs, sea anemones, and other colorful ocean life. The park also includes a large area of coastal scrub and grasslands, with bright native wildflowers in the spring. Moore Creek flows through the park, forming freshwater wetlands and a salt marsh before it reaches the sea.

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Santa Cruz

One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is a destination not to be missed. Founded in 1630, the city is home to some of the most historic buildings and oldest neighborhoods you will ever visit. Faneuil Hall, Beacon Hill, and the city’s Little Italy in the North End will take you on a historical tour of Boston. Other attractions to take in are the Freedom Trail, Boston Common, Public Garden and historic Fenway Park. Consider staying in one of the city’s famous historic buildings, the Langham hotel. This hotel is housed in a former Federal Reserve Bank and features a spa, fancy lounge, and afternoon tea.

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