Summer is prime amusement park season. In the Bay Area, thrill-seekers have plenty of options and lots of ground to cover. Where should you go first? Some new attractions might help you narrow down the choices.
The fever set in at the first sign of the Ferris Wheel going up. The countdown to the Sonoma County Fair is officially underway. This marks its 77th year, and anyway you look at it, that’s a lot of caramel apples and corn dogs.
Warm days packed with hours of sunshine are the summertime norm in Sacramento. You don't need more reasons to leave the fog behind and plan a trip to California's capital for some old fashioned fun in the sun.
Bay Area dog lovers have a plethora of options to choose from to pamper their pooches. From doggie daycare to designer collars, there’s something for every dog and its owner. One San Francisco woman has taken her love for dogs and design a step further, creating an environmentally friendly way for pets and their owners to look good.
When summer dishes out another cold, foggy day in the city, the best thing to do is head north. Add in wine and you’ve got a winning combination in Sonoma County’s Dry Creek Valley. Here's our recommended itinerary:
The pumpkins are a work in progress, but don’t let that keep you from thinking about a getaway to Half Moon Bay. Just a little more than half an hour south of San Francisco, Half Moon Bay is the perfect place to get your summer beach fix.
Spending the day wine tasting without spending the day in your car is a good thing. And the concept seems to be catching on.
Eating healthy and vacation don’t often mix. It’s hard to stay committed to the exercise routine when you’re on the road, but it’s getting harder for travelers to make excuses.
SFO’s Terminal 2 has a yoga room just past the security checkpoint where passengers can exercise and maybe even get some peace and quiet. More and more hotels are helping folks bend, breathe and stay healthy by adding yoga to their menu of must-dos.
Wine Country’s a big place. You can’t do it all in one day and remain standing. But a simple plan of attack can help guarantee a great day of tasting and maybe even a few new favorite bottles to bring home. A good place to start is Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley.
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