Thomas Cook are having a sale on flights from Manchester to San Francisco for only £297 for a round-trip!
Great chance to visit sunny California on a budget! Enjoy the famous beaches of Los Angeles or head to Hollywood and the Walk of Fame. Pay a visit to Universal Studios, Rodeo Drive and the Griffith Observatory. This is gonna be a really exciting journey!
Find the sailing stones scattered around the scenic dry lake in Death Valley. These mysterious rocks leave trails of movement, yet no one has ever seen them actually move. A team of scientists has studied this geological phenomenon and determined that winter ice flows and strong winter winds are responsible for the movement of the rocks. The stones slide across the playa surface up to five meters per minute.
Check out the tracks to see how the rocks have rolled across this exceptionally flat ground. The rough gravel road to Racetrack Playa is passable with non-4WD vehicles but requires high ground clearance and all-terrain tires.
Photo: Dorota Olender
To know more about California check: Destination Fly4free: California.
May 7-21, 14-21, 21-28
Manchester – San Francisco – Manchester
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In San Francisco, Minna Hotel has a good price and good reviews. Centrally located in the SoMa District of San Francisco, this hostel is 1 block from the Moscone Center and Warfield Theater. It features 24-hour front desk service and free Wi-Fi.
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