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You may have noticed that we added an email sign-up box to the left sidebar a couple of weeks ago, which was done in preparation for the launch of our newsletter! Our newsletter just launched at the start of August 2017, and it includes updates from the blog, interesting news pertaining to travel, and free downloadable wallpapers.

Most importantly, it includes our FREE 101 Things to Do in Southern California eBook. After subscribing via the form below, you’ll receive a confirmation email. After you confirm, you’ll automatically receive a “Welcome” email with a link to download this free eBook.

If you’re thinking about visiting California, we think you’re really going to enjoy this. The eBook is 51 pages long, featuring 75 photos, and (obviously) 101 things to do in Southern California. The eBook is divided into regions, with sections devoted to Los Angeles, the Beach Cities, the Valley, San Diego, and beyond. There are plenty of places near-ish to Disneyland, for those of you who are emphasizing those parks on your SoCal vacation.

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Thanks again for your readership and support of TravelCaffeine–we hope you’ll enjoy our newsletter! In the meantime, we look forward to sharing more of our adventures with you! 🙂

~Sarah & Tom Bricker

101 Things to Do in Southern California
The eBook is 51 pages long, featuring 75 photos, and (obviously) 101 things to do in Southern California. If you want a copy of this totally free 101 Things to Do in Southern California eBook, all you need to do is subscribe to our newsletter and you will receive a link to download the eBook.
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