The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, is the genesis for the family of Disney Parks that now spans the entire globe. Despite its relatively small footprint, Disneyland Resort in California boasts an incredible variety of attractions, entertainment, and experiences. It was Walt Disney’s original vision that Disneyland would “never be completed”- always growing and changing. Now, decades later, it remains one of the most visited vacation destinations in the world. While on this journey, you will visit Main Street, Fantasyland, Sleeping Beauty Castle, The Matterhorn Bobsleds, New Orleans Square, Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion, Splash Mountain, Thunder Mountain Railroad, Frontierland, Soarin’ Over California, Grizzly River Run, California Screamin’, Toy Story Mania, and World of Color.
Monterey, California is quite possibly the greatest meeting of land, sea, and sky on the entire planet. This visual feast encompasses breathtaking Pacific coastline, dramatic Big Sur, romantic Carmel, Pacific Grove, the world-famous 17 Mile Drive, Pebble Beach, and Monterey’s very own wine country. Simon visits historic Fisherman’s Wharf, Cannery Row, and tastes wine atWatch Now >>
The sky’s the limit in the glittering, trendsetting, and culturally diverse city of Los Angeles, a city that continually reinvents itself. Simon visits with world-renowned chef Wolfgang Puck, creator of “Fusion-style” cuisine, and acts out his Oscar fantasies during a guided tour of the Kodak Theatre, home to the Academy Awards ceremony. Simon also goesWatch Now >>
Explore a region affectionately known as “The American Riviera.” Filmed here, the Oscar-nominated film “Sideways” has invigorated interest in this thriving wine region. Host Simon Kane savors all the flavors of Santa Barbara, with its vibrant art scene, farmers markets, and specialty shops. A highlight of your visit here is meeting the legendary Fess ParkerWatch Now >>
Marin County is referred to as San Francisco’s playground. Simon visits historic and beautiful communities relatively undiscovered by tourists. Marvel at Muir Woods’ towering ancient redwoods in Mill Valley. Stroll the quaint Old Corte Madera Square. Dine at some of the San Francisco Bay area’s finest restaurants in San Anselmo, and discover the rich architecturalWatch Now >>