The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay. Set upon a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this luxury resort offers a secluded setting that is also easily accessible, whether arriving at SFO airport just 23 miles away, or exploring destinations including downtown San Francisco, Napa Valley and Santa Cruz.
San Francisco Bay Area
There are so many things to do in San Francisco , i will cover two great places in this amazing city first,San Francisco Market Street is, truly, a wonder of the modern world. It s got everything from beach paradise to big city business
Museums are those buildings which show the preserved culture of a place ad San Francisco museums are nonetheless very same. The reason for so much beauty history to dwell in a place is because of the good museums.
An icon of American criminal culture and history, Alcatraz (‘The Rock’) was perhaps America’s best-known prison from 1934 to 1963, when it housed such notorious criminals as Al Capone, Robert ‘Machine Gun’ Kelly and Robert ‘The Birdman’ Stroud (who looked nothing like Burt Lancaster in the 1962 movie, and was not allowed to keep birds there, as he had at Leavenworth, Kansas).
The Hotel Adagio offers 171 of the largest, most comfortable and stylish guestrooms of all hotels in downtown San Francisco. Beautiful Spanish colonial revival architecture outside mixed with an upscale, contemporary design within, creates a unique arrival experience, accentuated by one of the city’s hottest craft cocktail bars, The Mortimer.
San Francisco can prove to be a compelling lure when it comes to attracting visitors from around the world. First-class hotels, a compact and walkable downtown, superb restaurants, famous landmarks, world-class arts and cultural attractions, scenic topography, a mild climate and cosmopolitan flair. But you need to take a closer look to really experience San Francisco. Here’s a few diversions to pursue before or after your meeting in San Francisco:
Exploring iconic Pacific Coast Highway 1 along California’s coast
There was a time in my early 20s when I’d plan a trip down to the most exact detail. Back then, I was relatively new to traveling—having discovered wanderlust after a stint abroad during college—and planning trip logistics, to me, was as fun as the actual vacation itself. But 16 years ago I married a man who is a bit more laid back about prepping for travel. He prefers serendipity to reading guidebooks. It’s rubbed off.
Catching up with the latest and greatest in California’s Napa Valley. Like a fine wine, the Napa Valley itself gets better with age. I’m lucky enough to call California Wine Country home, and regularly keep tabs on new stuff on both sides of the Mayacamas Mountains. Here’s a rundown on some of the newest places to eat, taste, and relax in the Napa Valley.