Omaha, Nebraska

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Omaha, Nebraska is a beautiful city, but my heart belongs to Los Angeles, California. There are some beautiful places here in Nebraska. We have beautiful lakes, hiking trails, the Iowa-Nebraska bridge downtown, and we actually get all four seasons here. But, I feel like nothing will ever compare to California. First of all, in California, you could hike, surf, ski, and ride dune buggies all in the same day! There are so many trails and canyons to hike, so many beaches to sun bathe, and so much more variety when it comes to restaurants. I love that here in Nebraska we have plenty of amazing steaks, but I just miss the abundance of seafood in California, which we lack here. I may sound biased, but I've given Nebraska a try for almost two
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You'll thread through Monterey, Carmel, and Big Sur. Don't get me wrong, there's some really pretty scenic drive here in Nebraska too, but I just love the ocean view way more. When you're in California, make sure to stop and check out some historical sights such as the Grand Hearst Castle. I haven't even gotten started on the San Francisco Bay Area. You have the South Bay, East Bay, Peninsula, North Bay, and San Francisco, each of which having something interesting to offer. In the South Bay, there's San Jose and Santa Clara County, which many often describe as the heart of Silicon Valley. It's the tech, innovation capital of the country, and offers companies such as Google, Facebook, eBay, Apple, Intel, and the Nasa Ames Research Center. Silicon Valley stretches slightly into the Peninsula. The Peninsula has some impressive scenery especially along the coast - you have those mysterious beaches on Half Moon Bay and Moss Beach, and these awe-inspiring mountains in La Honda, Woodside, and Pescadero. On the tip of Peninsula, you can find San Francisco! San Francisco is home to the best restaurants, smartest, and the sharpest people. The Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, the Transamerica Pyramid, sports, those charming Victorian houses and apartments, cable cars, tech start-ups, culture, and nightlife. It's no wonder some people name it the best city in America. On the East Bay, you have the exotic, somewhat dangerous but sharp and pretty cities of Oakland, Fremont, and Berkeley. The North Bay sports Napa Valley Wine

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