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Visiting the San Francisco Bay Area, including Stanford, Berkeley, San Jose and Silicon Valley

If San Francisco weren't enough to satisfy even the most jaded traveler, the greater Bay Area is replete with world class restaurants, shopping, museums, attractions and activities galore. "I've lived here ten years and still haven't seen everything" proclaimed one Bay Area resident.

Alpine Pond, Skyline Open Space Preserve

Whether you enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, trail biking, sailboarding, surfing, fishing, camping or prefer to be pampered by our many spas, world class restaurants and entertained at our theaters, nightclubs or casinos, you will find it here.

If shopping is your bag, then visit one of over 40 malls and outlet malls in the Bay Area. If you are looking for a Fifth Avenue or Rodeo Drive type shopping experience, check out Union Square or Stanford Mall.

Image Courtesy of Mondavi Vineyards in Napa Valley

With Napa Valley, Lake Tahoe, Monterey and Santa Cruz less than two hours away and Yosemite just three to four hours away, it will be impossible to come here and see all that is worth seeing in a single visit. The Bay Area will bring you back again and again.


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