Visit Pressed Juicery
The Pressed Juicery is a chain located on the West and East coasts of the US. They offer a wide range of green juices, fruit juices, and soft serve ice cream made from fruits and vegetables. The Pressed Juicery has locations all across Southern California.
Venice Beach Skatepark
The Venice Beach skatepark has to be one of the most beautiful skateparks known to man. The skaters have a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean on one side and the busy strand on the other. Venice Beach is one of the most eccentric places to visit in Southern California. The skatepark is always a must-see tourist attraction. On a Friday night during sunset, it would be likely to see the railings packed with people watching the skaters.
Walk on the Manhattan Beach Pier
Manhattan Beach is a charming beach town located between Hermosa Beach and Marina Del Ray. It is known as one of the quieter beach towns with a chill vibe. There are tons of local shops that line the main street looking down towards the Pacific Ocean. The pier breaks off of The Strand, a famous SoCal bike and walking path that lines the ocean. The pier is filled with tourists and locals looking for a beautiful view of the beach and ocean.
Eat at the Raw Remedy Organic Juice Bar
The Raw Remedy Organic Juice Bar is a locally-owned cafe located in Palm Springs. It has hip smoothie and açaí bowls, wheatgrass shots, and plenty of other health conscious food options. They allow you to make any of their smoothies into what they call a “bowl” and they top it with fresh fruit, granola, edible flowers, and honey. This cafe is a must-visit when walking the streets of downtown Palm Springs.
Visit Downtown Palm Springs
Downtown Palm Springs is an eccentric town located in the Coachella Valley East of Los Angeles. The downtown stretch has amazing restaurants such as Kaiser Grill, Wangs in the Desert, and LULU. There are souvenir, clothing, and shoe shops. Palm Springs has something to offer for all ages.
Hike the Palm Springs Museum Trail
The Palm Springs Museum Trail is located behind the Palm Springs local art museum and is a fairly easy hike with moderate elevation. The best part of the hike is you can make it as long or short as you want. The view is beautiful at every point.