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Edward II Inn (San Francisco, California)

Edward II Inn - A Bed and Breakfast in San Francisco, CaliforniaClick "Book Now" to reserve Edward II Inn - a bed & breakfast in San Francisco, California.... [more]
San Francisco Guest House (San Francisco, California)

San Francisco Guest House is located right in the heart of San Francisco making getting to the Golden Gate Bridge, Downtown, Union Square, China Town, Fishermans Wharf and North Beach simple.We are the youth hostel others claim to be in terms of our location. It is the perfect place for backpacker... [more]
Baby Bear's House (San Francisco, California)

Baby Bear's House is a petite bed and breakfast located in San Francisco's Haight Ashbury district. Golden Gate Park and Buena Vista Park are just one block away. The building is an 1892 Victorian painted with seven colors plus gold leaf. Inside, there are lots of Victorian details. Stay at Baby... [more]
Chateau Tivoli (San Francisco, California)

Welcome to the Chateau Tivoli, an opulently restored Victorian mansion in the heart of San Francisco. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR 30% SPECIAL WINTER RATES! CALL 1-800-228-1647 ... [more]
Inn 1890 (San Francisco, California)

This landmark Victorian was built in 1890 at 1890 Page Street just one block from the newly developed Golden Gate Park. It has noteable architechural features, including massive turrets and six original fireplaces. Most rooms are decorated in period furniture, but are deliberately designed to be... [more]
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On the surface San Francisco is all the cliché tourist icons that we know: the Golden Gate bridge, Alcatraz, Chinatown, etc. But also keep in mind, San Francisco itself is fairly small geographically not to mention that excluding the residential areas the city is the home of the SF Giants. During the summertime, a great family-friendly place to catch a ballgame. Sit in the upper deck to see the Bay and the  real obvious tourist area of SF. Most residents of the Bay Area do not go down there except to bring friends and relatives. There are restaurants and lots of shopping directed towards tourists. Of course, at Fishermans Wharf, you can get the famous crab. (Crab season is September/October to about April). You can eat crab all year round but theyre best in season. And while its not really a SF tradition (really an L.A. tradition), the only In N Out Burger joint in SF is at the Fishermans Wharf area so if you havent had one get it there! The Pier area (Pier 40 and further south at the Ferry Building) is where the ferries arrive from around the rest of the Bay Area. The mile between the Ferry Building and Pier 39 is an uncluttered waterfront view of underneath the Bay Bridge, Oakland, Berkeley and further east.

Across the Golden Gate North is Marin County (aka The North Bay). You can hop on a ferry at Pier 40 to visit the artisan cove - Sausalito for the day (or, of course, drive across). Further north (by car) along the coast are Stinson Beach and Point Reyes both beautiful and romantic whether you travel up Highway 1 or through the forest via St. Francis Drake Road off Highway 101. There are also other fun, romantic and charming towns in the South Marin area such as Tiburon, Mill Valley and San Anselmo. All of these are within 30-45 minutes of SF. Mt. Tamalpais State Park is another recreational area encompassing biking, hiking, water sports and so forth. You can continue along (another hour or so) to the quaint quasi-resort-rustic village of Mendocino or choose from dozens of coastal rustic-fishing-resort communities such as Tamales Bay, Inverness, Bodega Bay and Olema along the way each with its unique charms! You can even take a regional bus to various Marin County parks and overnight camping at Samuel Taylor State Park.

To the NorthEast is the Napa Valley (wine country). Many of your favorite vineyards are located along these highways and backroads.  Calistoga is famous for the spa treatments, mudbaths, massages and body wraps. a.m

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Harborside House
Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States
Handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks Marblehead Harbor. Enjoy water views from the fireplaced parlor, the period dining room, and from the summer breakfast porch. Home-baked breads... [more]