Catalina Island

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Catalina Island

(Placename) another name for Santa Catalina

San′ta Catali′na

an island off the SW coast of California: resort. 132 sq. mi. (342 sq. km). Also called Catalina Island, Catalina.
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Noun1.Catalina Island - an island resort in the Pacific off the southwestern coast of CaliforniaCatalina Island - an island resort in the Pacific off the southwestern coast of California
City of the Angels, Los Angeles - a city in southern California; motion picture capital of the world; most populous city of California and second largest in the United States
Pacific, Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean in the world
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AVALON, Catalina Island, May 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- One of Catalina Island's most popular summer traditions will soon bring dancing in the streets back to Avalon.
com)-- The Catalina Island Conservancy, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring Catalina Island, provides a wide variety of fun activities for families and singles to enjoy over the summer vacation.
A group of snorkelers stumbled upon an 18-foot rare giant oarfish carcass off the Catalina Island in California.
It has been said that Catalina Island was the greatest training ground for archers there ever was.
Travel Business Review-August 31, 2011--Santa Catalina Island Company Offers New Tours and Expeditions(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.
In January 1892, the Express announced an agreement to transfer ownership of Santa Catalina Island and the Bannings took control of the entire island, except for lots Shatto had already sold to individuals and one previous mining claim.
Flying fish are back, and Catalina Island is celebrating their annual return through Sunday.
The non-profit organization, the Catalina Island Conservancy, successfully averted the potential extinction of the Catalina Island fox (U.
The Catalina Casino is the most famous structure on Catalina Island, a great, round, 12-story layered wedding cake of a building that commands Avalon Harbor.
At one point toward the end of the book, he describes an ill-fated trip to Catalina Island where a huge storm developed, detailing each moment of this harrowing experience:
The Santa Catalina Island Company introduced me to the Horner family who operates Catalina Island Camps at Howlands Landing.