American Cities on the Pacific Ocean by a Clue

Based on a clue, can you guess these cities in the Americas that border the Pacific Ocean?
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Last updated: January 3, 2021
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Clue
Letter
City
Where the 1967 "Summer of Love" took place in its Haight-Ashbury neighborhood
S
San Francisco
Capital of the British Columbia, Canada
V
Victoria
Site of the starting point for expeditions that conquered the Inca Empire
P
Panama City
Most populous city and main port of Ecuador
G
Guayaquil
Mexican city known for cliff divers
A
Acapulco
This is the capital of Alaska ...
J
Juneau
... but this one contains nearly 40% of its population
A
Anchorage
Located at the southernmost tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula
C
Cabo San Lucas
You can see Mount Rainier from this Puget Sound city
S
Seattle
Host of the 2010 Winter Olympics
V
Vancouver
This one's home to the National Congress of Chile, not Santiago
V
Valparaíso
Founded by Francisco Pizarro in 1535
L
Lima
Where the film "Anchorman" was set
S
San Diego
Mexican south of the above, world's most murderous city per-capita
T
Tijuana
This Humboldt County city shares its name with California's motto,
Greek for "I have found it"
E
Eureka
It's original name was: "Nuestra Señora La Reina de ___ _______ de Porciuncula"
L
Los Angeles
Popular Mexican resort located 196 km west of Guadalajara
P
Puerto Vallarta
Route 66 ended at the pier of this coastal Californian city
S
Santa Monica
Chilean city whose name is the Spanish for the action of conceiving a child
C
Concepción
Cloudy Oregon city where the movies "Kindergarten Cop" and "Goonies" were set
A
Astoria
It's not the "country" of King Arthur, it's the westernmost city in the Americas
W
Wales
Considered the "cradle of liberty and cradle of the judiciary in Peru"
T
Trujillo
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