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Browsing Shops, Hiking Bluffs, and Cozying up by the Fire
By Tracie Broom (Mar 28, 2008)
The Bay Area is full of good days. One of the mellowest and most rewarding is to be found 1.5 hours north, in the small towns that ring Tomales Bay, the shallow, cigar-shaped body of water that peacefully straddles the San Andreas Fault just east of Point Reyes National Seashore. More
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Exciting Pre-Vacation Destinations
By Michelle Sieling (Jun 30, 2005)
Summer always sparks the wanderlust in me. I don't know if it's the constant stream of tourists with dazed faces I see all day wheeling their luggage past the cable car turnaround or my need to escape the summer fog that inspires me to pack my own bag and head out on my next adventure. Though I live in one of the top tourist destinations in the world, even I need to go and see what the rest of the planet has to offer. My favorite part of preparing for my journey is checking out new carryalls and contraptions at the luggage stores, making travel shopping a destination in itself. More
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An Authentic Taste of San Francisco Luxury
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 28, 2004)
While the summer months may have some of us all prepped for vacation plans in balmy coastal areas or more exotic terrains, others are more than a little accustomed to the occasional stream of visitors who find themselves strangely entranced with the City by the Bay. More
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By Nirmala Nataraj (Dec 1, 2003)
If you're anything like the majority of San Franciscans around the holidays, you know the tendency to get a little crotchety with the onset of days-long rain and the descent into numb-fingered nights. It's not that we have it bad - we're still Californians and get to enjoy close to idyllic weather most of the year, but December in San Francisco is non-descript to the point of being maddening. Without the extremes of warm beaches or snowdrifts on our doorsteps, acting on our winter-induced ennui presents a tantalizing possibility. Whether you want tropics or mountain peaks, snowy chateaus or frothy oceans dotted with surfers... More
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