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    • Welcome to By: Katie Wendelin
    • Santa Monica
      • 1542: Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo drops anchor in Santa Monica Bay
      • 1850s: Santa Monica becomes a lively winter playground for well-to-do Easterners
      • 1887: The city of Santa Monica is incorporated -- all 8.3 square miles.
      • 1955: Santa Monica inherits Will Rogers’ 345-acre State Historic Park
      • 1989: Third Street Promenade opens, welcoming up to 7,000 visitors daily
    • Santa Monica Today
          • 8.26 sq. miles
          • Population: 87,000+
          • Low 60s and high 70s.
          • 300-340 days of sunshine .
    • Beach Surf! Kayak! Volleyball!
    • The Bike Path
    • Venice Beach
    • The Pier
      • Opened in 1909
      • Oldest pleasure pier on west coast
    • Santa Monica Mountains
      • Will Roger’s State Park
      • Backbone Trail
    • Arts & Culture
      • Bergamot Station
      Santa Monica Playhouse Getty Centers
    • Shopping
      • Third Street Promenade
      • Montana Avenue
      • Abbott Kinney
    • Dining
      • Over 400 restaurant
      • The birthplace of “California” and “fusion” cuisine
      • Zagat Survey named Santa Monica the best neighborhood for dining in all of Southern California in 2007 and again in 2008.