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March 23, 2017

The rather humdrum exterior of this space-age diner belies the whimsical atmosphere within, with its menu full of colorfully named dishes and its tabletop comic-book style collages.  From the horizontal display cases filled with toys and ephemera that serve as dining r...

November 1, 2016

Bolinas is a quintessential northern California town with its own unique ambiance that only a small number towns and cities such as Mendocino, Carmel, Laguna Beach and North Lake Tahoe possess. Bolinas preserved the spirit of the 1960’s and 1970’s when environmental ac...

October 15, 2016

Chabot Observatory was originally located in downtown Oakland in 1883 and it was named after Anthony Chabot, the man who donated it to the city of Oakland. In 1915 the observatory was moved to a different location on Mountain Boulevard because of urban congestion and a...

October 15, 2016

Do you know that a famous Oscar winning movie director, successful producer and screenwriter is also the most famous winemaker in Sonoma Valley? In 2006 Francis Ford Coppola bought the Chateau Souverain winery in Geyserville and developed it into the Francis Ford Coppo...

October 15, 2016

Situated approximately 45 miles northeast of San Francisco, Mount Diablo is the highest point in Contra Costa County and its 3,849 ft. high peak is visible from most parts of the Bay Area. The 20,000 acre Mount Diablo State Park was established in 1921 to preserve the...

September 19, 2016

The peninsula of Point Reyes is a popular tourist destination because of its clean unpolluted beaches and many interesting hiking trails. Popular activities on Point Reyes include bird watching and kayaking on Tomales Bay. It’s also one of the best locations in Califor...

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