If you’ve never experienced dim sum, there’s no better place in California to try it than San Francisco. Dim sum is a style of steamed dumpling prepared in small portions….
A prison is rarely as well-known as its inmates but the history of Alcatraz is one for the books. Jutting out of the San Francisco bay is the rocky Alcatraz….
The world owes a lot to the city of San Francisco. Without the city’s talented residents, we wouldn’t have denim jeans, slot machines, the jukebox, and popsicles, just to name….
Haight Ashbury might not be the oldest neighborhood in San Francisco, but it is undoubtedly the most distinct. You’ll know you’re in the right place when you see the vivid….
Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco has it all; seafood, sea lions, and yes, even fisherman. What originated as the hub for San Francisco’s fishing industry has transformed into one of….
It’s no secret that San Francisco is a hilly city with some seriously steep inclines. The famous Lombard Street is a prime example of just that, with a 27% grade….
California’s Highway 1 is known for its stunning coastal views. Hugging the shoreline of the state, Highway 1 provides unparalleled views of the Pacific Ocean. The Sonoma Coastline along the….
The days of luxurious train travel have been brought back to life with the Napa Valley Wine Train. The train is made from exquisite 100-year-old rail cars that were once….
You’d probably be surprised to know that there is a thriving craft beer community in the midst of the wine country in the Napa Valley. Santa Rosa is where the….
Connecting the towns of Napa and Calistoga is a two-lane country road lined with world-renown vineyards and shady oak trees. The Silverado Trail is the ultimate scenic route that runs….
Few bridges are as well known as the Golden Gate Bridge. When it was completed in 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge spanned 4,200 feet, making it the longest suspension bridge….
Located in the heart of Napa Valley is the quaint town of Calistoga. This small city in Napa Valley is known for its hot springs, mud baths, and quaint charm…..
Napa Valley is home to some of the most famous vineyards in the world. While this small section of the state only accounts for 4% of all of the wine….
San Francisco has a beautiful skyline that soars above the bay area. The many bridges leading into the city stand as reminders of the history of innovation that San Francisco….
Sonoma Valley California is known for producing world-renowned wines. Winemakers and enthusiasts travel from all over the country to Sonoma to sample some of the many award-winning wines that are….