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Los Angeles-based PR Linlee Allen knows a thing or two about wanderlust. Originally from South Australia, she spent several years living in Paris handling international PR for colette, but these days she calls America home representing a bevy of international brands and identities including Slowdown Studio, Claire Oswalt, Ten Over Six and Twin Peaks costume designer, Nancy Steiner. 

Here, she takes a break from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood by giving us the 411 on her latest getaway: Sea Ranch.

You know how they say its not about the destination, its about the journey? Whoever coined that term must have taken the three hour scenic drive from San Francisco to Sea Ranch, during which you absolutely must take a break in Bodega, the iconic seaside town featured in Alfred Hitchcock’s ’The Birds' (1963).

Upon arriving at Sea Ranch, a 10-mile stretch of coastline sprinkled with iconic vacation rental homes designed by famed architects in the 1960s, you’ll spot a variety of animals ranging from seals and giant-sized seagulls to frogs, baby deer, foxes, raccoons and more. There’s nothing quite like it. And hiking or bike riding upon the trails at sunrise or sunset around these parts is seriously the stuff that magic is made of. 

Sea Ranch was conceived along a mystical 10-mile stretch of California coast in the early 1960s and has achieved a sort of a cult status among architecture mavens, who house-gawk rather than bird-watch. Sounds like our kind of place!

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