Photo Essay: Northern vs. Southern California


Feature Photo By: Alexis Drummond and Lily Eberly – Pictured above are two photos depicting the Northern and Southern parts of California. The top picture is of the Queen Mary, which is docked in Southern California. The bottom picture is of flags placed on Pier 39 in Northern California.

By: Alexis Drummond and Lily Eberly, Review Staff

Northern California, Lily Eberly:

In late February, I went on a four day trip with my best friend and their parents to San Francisco, California.

We dined at some interesting restaurants, explored the shops at Pier 39, and overall had a really good time; I recommend everyone to take a visit there. I decided to capture the vacation with photos.

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Although some say Northern California is more aesthetically pleasing, Southern California has more of the interesting attractions.

While visiting California, my family saw the Queen Mary, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Ripley’s Believe it or not, Museum of Death, Santa Monica Pier, and Disneyland. I recommend Southern California to those who have young children and for those who like to do the tourist attractions.

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