A small beach town with seafood, beaches, great scenery. About 1-2 hours south of the bay area.http://www.bigsurcalifornia.org/

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A swanky, well-off beach city with seafood, great scenery, art. Very cute and quaint little city. About 1-2 hours south of the bay area.http://www.carmelcalifornia.org/

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Is located at Pier 1. Inside you’ll find unique shopping with hand-made items and many delectables. I highly recommend getting some yummy cheeses from the Cowgirl Creamery then heading to the wine bar to eat your cheeses while you drink great wine. Or get some Japanese deli food and then take the ferry out to…

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A cute Italian neighborhood with good food. I enjoy walking around, stopping to have coffee here and desert there. The area offers many good restaurants, cafes, bakeries and bars. Here you’ll find Coit Tower, one of San Francisco’s most recognizable landmarks. It’s a long walk from BART, or you can drive there, but parking can…

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Wine tasting in Sonoma offers smaller and less crowded wineries. Napa Valley is a little more touristy and has bigger wineries. Drive up the Marin and Sonoma coasts and then come back inland through the Russian River Valley. Stop at the Wild Flour Bakery for treats. Or drive up to Mendocino for gorgeous views. Our…

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Great resource for restaurants and other things to do in the bay area (or elsewhere).http://www.yelp.com/?location=San+Francisco%2C+CA

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