Famous attractions in California include Yosemite, Death Valley, Sequoia, Redwood and Channel Islands National Parks, the Golden Gate Bridge, Universal Studios Theme Park and Disneyland. Other attractions include the San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld, Lake Tahoe, Santa Catalina Island, the Hollywood Walk o
California is famous for sourdough bread, cioppino, Cobb salad, ranch dressing and the California roll. In San Francisco, the Boudin Bakery has been making sourdough bread using the same yeast since the California Gold Rush of 1849.
Some famous California landmarks are the Golden Gate Bridge, which links the city of San Francisco to Marin Peninsula; the iconic Hollywood Sign with its 45-foot-tall letters; the infamous Alcatraz Island; Yosemite National Park, home of the renowned Yosemite Falls and the world-famous Disneyland Re
California is famous for the Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, its beaches and its mountains. The state is also known for being home to some famous and influential people such as Julia Child, Joe DiMaggio and Richard Nixon.
Some famous UCLA students include actors Jack Black, Sean Astin, Mila Kunis and James Franco. Famous directors Francis Ford Coppola, David Silverman and Rob Reiner also attended UCLA.
Covered California is the health care exchange set up by the state of California. The exchange was set up under the Affordable Care Act and allows consumers to view all the health care plans available to them, calculate ACA subsidies and purchase insurance.
A California king, also called a Cal king or western king, is a mattress that is 72 inches wide and 84 inches long, making it the longest mattress type available. It's 4 inches narrower and 4 inches longer than a standard king-sized mattress and is often preferred by taller people.
As of 2015, BestColleges.com ranks Stanford University as the best four-year college in California. Other exceptional four-year colleges in California include University of California Los Angeles, Claremont McKenna College and Pepperdine University. BestColleges.com ranks Napa Valley College as the
As of 2010, the largest city in California by population is Los Angeles with a population of 4,094,764. The second-largest city in California is San Diego, followed by San Jose, San Francisco and Fresno third, fourth, and fifth respectively.
Some banks in California include California Bank and Trust, Umpqua Bank, Rabobank, Bank of the West and Pacific Western Bank. Other banks in California include Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase Bank.