Eye on the Bay Peninsula
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the nation’s top cycling regions and the Peninsula has a number of excellent businesses that rent mountain, hybrid and road bikes.
What a pleasure for art lovers to spend a few hours together in these places.
For those looking to give back to animals in need, hands-on volunteers are needed to help with everything from furry four-legged to feathered friends. Here are five of the best volunteer opportunities for animal lovers in the South Bay and on the Peninsula.
The San Francisco Peninsula’s best attractions for kids include CuriOdyssey, Great America, Hiller Aviation Museum, Lemos Farm and Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo.
Perhaps you have a New Year’s resolution to see more live theater in 2014. Here are a few good opportunities to do just that.
From a cozy tiny main street shop to a cavernous warehouse space, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for and plenty more that you’re not.
If wedding bells are in your 2014 forecast, thoughts of a wedding cake cannot be far behind. Wedding cakes, cupcakes or even the sweetest cookies can be the hit of the bridal couple’s celebration table. Read on to find wedding cake perfection on the Peninsula.
From Burlingame to San Mateo, the best games in billiards are being played all around. If you are a pro or just playing for fun, there’s a place, table and level for everyone.
Make Valentine’s Day weekend a family-friendly time with fun ways to show the kids you love them most of all.
Visitors to the San Francisco Peninsula already know that the biggest attractions in the area are further north in San Francisco, but these tidbits will give you the best local trivia about the Peninsula.