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The Bay Area has many romantic getaways close to San Francisco.
If you’re angling for the best place to watch the 2014 Winter Olympics on TV and hunting for a bar that offers plenty of space, good cheer and of course good beer, you’re in luck.
It’s hard to go wrong with champagne and flowers, but where do you go after dinner before the evening’s denouement? Everybody’s taste is different, but the following show suggestions will certainly appeal to somebody’s sense of the romantic.
One of the finest South Bay destinations for a three-day weekend is in Santa Cruz, featuring the University of California at Santa Cruz, the world famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and fabulous Monterey Bay.
Mavericks. Done. Time to queue up some classic (and sometimes cheesy) surf movies…
To find the right, interesting accessory, avoid the big department stores in the financial district and start exploring the world of boutiques. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
Set your sights on delicious sake samplers from some of these finest sake servers on the Peninsula.
Nowadays, serious collectors scour antique shops, used book stores and specialty stores to get their vinyl fix. Here are a few happy hunting grounds in San Francisco’s South Bay.
The California State Park system officially outlaws nudity unless the area is specifically set aside for such use (e.g., dressing areas) but should you dare to go bare, there are plenty of clothing-optional beaches where you can swim, sunbathe, hike and play. Here are a few: