A little information about California
The west coast state of California is the third largest state in the United States, but it is the most populous state in the nation. With major cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Sacramento, and Oakland, it is no wonder that the state has the highest gross state product than any other state in America. It also contributes over 13 trillion dollars to the gross domestic product of the U.S. every year, which is larger than most countries in the world. The economy of California centers on trade, transportation, education, hospitality, tourism, and many other industries. Geographically, the state offers just about everything, which is a driving force in tourism and thrill seeking. Visitors file in to places like Joshua Tree National Park. Hikers try and conquer the epic Pacific Coast Trail. Drivers are dazzled by the views along the Pacific Coast Highway, and skiers enjoy the mountainous regions of the Sierra Nevada’s, and the Cascade Mountains of the north. Tourist from all over the planet come to California to catch glimpses of both the stars of the big screen, and the stars strewn upon the great screen in the sky, as they camp in the Mojave Desert. California is big enough, and diverse enough to have it all.
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