My wife and I are from California, so when we had 6 people who wanted to go we were so excited. We flew them into San Francisco and spent a day and a half seeing all the local attractions. The weather was fantastic so the first place we went was the Twin Towers, the view was breathtaking. We then went into Golden Gate Park and on this Sunday morning everyone was out enjoying the beautiful sunny day. We then went to Lands End for an incredible view of the Pacific Ocean. A trip to San Francisco is not complete until you travel over the Golden Gate Bridge to the Marin Headlands and Battery Spencer for another incredible view. Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf, Lombard Street, Ghirardelli Square, Coit Tower, China Town, Union Square and of course we had to ride the Cable Street Car. The next day we headed to Yosemite Valley but was so disappointed for our guests as there was no water what so ever. California had been going through a long drought and no water was flowing from the Falls or in the creek, in fact, Mirror Lake was a sand beach.We then headed to Monterey and Carmel where we went Whale watching and local site seeing. 17 mile drive had never been prettier than it was this day as we made our way to Pebble Beach. We then went to Hearst Castle and spent the night in Pismo Beach. The one thing I always do when planning a tour of California, is plan our stay in the San Luis Obispo are on a Thursday night, the Farmers Market is second to none. The city closes off Higuera street and at six pm it’s one of the best places for entertainment and food, a must see. Solvang California is another place most tour companies don’t go, but this little Danish community is great for shopping and food, it’s only 15 min East of 101 highway, another must stop. When then head to Hollywood for a local tour and end our trip in San Diego.