Visit Long Beach, California

Jun 10

Long Beach is a great place from families and couples on a romantic getaway alike. Even locals patiently wait for the long summer days where basking in the sun can be done for hours and beautiful sunsets can be seen every day. When you visit Long Beach, California, prepare for a plethora of things to do, places to eat, and attractions to partake in. Below are just a few of the many top attractions in Long Beach:

Aquarium of the Pacific: The Aquarium provides ‘Behind your current scenes tours’ where you might dive into your own underwater world and also discover international locations in the Aquarium.

Shoreline Village: After you have visited the aquarium, you can visit Shoreline Village less than a half mile away. The stylish condos, new restaurants, and colorful shopping areas such as Shoreline Village and Pine Avenue have made Long Beach a popular spot for families and couples from all over California. From a romantic stroll along the shoreline, to a day out shopping, Shoreline Village has it all.

The Queen Mary: The floating attraction has several popular tours – both self-guided and offered in groups. You also have the option of the World War II Tour where you can learn the story of the Grey Ghost, and how her work in the war helped the Allied troops secure success due to its supposed paranormal activities, the ship is also a major destination every year at Halloween.

Long Beach is a natural wonder that is overflowing with gorgeous beaches and various other communities. Along with that, a great place to stay during your visit is the Comfort Inn & Suites Hotel Long Beach where you’ll find a variety of amenities & services. You’ll also discover a handful packages when you visit the Comfort Inn Hotel to help you get the most bang for your buck.

For more details click on Long Beach Hotels or directly visit http://www.cisuiteslongbeach.com/

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