San Francisco has a remarkable variety of cool walks packed into its 49 square miles. From historic strolls, to wild canyons, urban flaneuring, and epic ocean views; these 10 best walks in San Francisco will help you explore the whole city, with a variety of distances. So whether you are up for huffing up a
‘Tis the season to head over to your local Trader Joes and see all of the festive foodie-items they have in store for the holiday season! Peppermint galore, gingerbread flavored everything; it’s just what we like to see during the cold, winter months. If you are looking for a festive stocking stuffer or just some
In the 1840’s, San Francisco was a sleepy little shanty town. But in 1849, gold was found in them thar hills and the rush was on. In short order, SF was transformed from a remote outpost into a fast-growing city of 10,000. Mind you, most of those folks weren’t considered upright citizens by today’s standards.
California’s gold rush boom in the 1850’s set off a frenzy of mining unlike any that the US had ever seen. And not only was there gold in them thar hills, but also silver, copper, lead, borax and zinc. Many such mines sprang up in the dry, southern reaches of Eastern California in what is
Oakland Airport (OAK) is located just 29 miles from San Francisco (SFO). But they are located across the bay from one another and there’s a whole lotta water in between. There are no flights between these two CA airports so if you need to make a transfer, you’ll have to use ground transportation. There are
Oakland (OAK) is one of three California airports serving the Bay Area and it’s well situated for a trip to SF. You have several options for getting from the Oakland airport and San Francisco’s downtown core. But trying to figure it out on the fly while disoriented from a long flight is a recipe for