Apr 17

Oyster Point Marina or Park is built on an artificial peninsula, located in South San Francisco and spreads across an area of over 30 acres county park.  It is one of San Mateo County’s most exciting new recreational facilities, with something for everyone.

In addition, Oyster Point Marina features hiking, jogging trail, yacht club, fishing pier, picnic facilities areas and a 2.5 acre sandy beach.  The Bay is accessible from the rocky shoreline, which is popular with shore fishermen or fishing pier. The trail crosses over the public boat launching ramp and curves and approaches a public beach. It’s a great place to jog as the trails run the whole marina. The area is operated by San Mateo County Harbor District since 1977. It is a good starting point for paddles in the open bay.

Howard Johnson Hotel next to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is a perfect place to stay with your family when you visit the Oyster Point Marina. For more details visit: http://www.hojosanbruno.com/reservations

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Apr 10

Ocean Beach San Francisco is one of the gems of the San Francisco landscape.  It stretches about 3.5 miles along San Francisco’s western shore, from Cliff House to Fort Funston. It’s also part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

The beach is popular with surfers and participants in bonfire gatherings. More beach friendly weather occurs in fall and early spring, when fog is less prevalent. Seal Rock is a famous local feature of the area. Most locals surf towards the most northern part of the beach, often called Kelly’s Cove. Beautiful beach to spend some time either walk on the beach, exploring, surfing, collecting seashells, playing the ocean or on the beach. Many species of shorebirds and Snowy Plovers use this Beach, some spending the summer or winter season.

Ocean Beach San Francisco is the best place to watch the sunset and have a bonfire in San Francisco. Stay at the Howard Johnson hotel, located next to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and get rooms at very affordable rates. For more details visit: http://www.hojosanbruno.com/

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Apr 03

A few minutes travel from downtown, Twin Peaks San Francisco is the best place to catch a San Francisco sunrise. It is the second highest peak in the city about 922 feet, offering the most expansive 360 degree views of the city and surrounding bay area. It was so-named in the 19th century, but of course it’s a natural attraction that was present long before it got that name and consists of two different summits, the north peak and the south peak.

The area also performs as home to an array of natural wildlife, including Mission Blue Butterfly, raccoons, skunks, opossums, white crowned sparrows and Red Tail Hawks as well an abundance of beautiful plant life.  It is also the city’s top hiking destination. Watching the fog makes its way from the Pacific is quite a sight to see from the top of the peaks.

Twin Peaks San Francisco is the perfect hike if you’re looking for quick, easy, and scenic.  Stay at the Howard Johnson hotel, located next to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and get rooms at very affordable rates. For more details visit: http://www.hojosanbruno.com/

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Mar 27

John McLaren Park San Francisco is San Francisco’s second largest park. It offers a host of leisure amenities to satisfy a variety of appetites in all age groups. More than 7 miles of walking trails meander through its 312 acres, replete with native plants and wildlife. Established in 1927, the park is named for John McLaren, the grandfather of Golden Gate Park.

Seventy-five tables for picnickers can be found throughout the park. Some are in remote locations for visitors looking for quiet and serenity, while others are located inside the playgrounds. Many people for many years have been using John McLaren Park San Francisco vast network of trails for hiking, walking and jogging. There are also several small trail loops for those who like to take shorter walks or design their own jogging circuits.

Stay at the Howard Johnson hotel, located next to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and get rooms at very affordable rates. For more details visit: http://www.hojosanbruno.com/

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Mar 21

San Francisco is well-known for manufacturing world class wines and is home to many huge and popular wineries. Take a tour to explore San Francisco Wine Tasting through visiting wineries around the San Francisco area. Few of the famous and top-rated wineries are as below:

Bluxome Street Winery: The small and freshest venue is without a doubt the Winery first open in downtown San Francisco in 100 years.

The Winery SF:  It occupies 20,000 sq ft winemaking facility allows visitors to see the winemaking process first hand and experience highly rated boutique wines.

Winery Collective: It is a multi winery tasting room offers wine from over two dozen boutique wineries across California.

Dogpatch Wine Works:  It is a 15000 sq ft urban custom winery, collective tasting room, wine bar and event space in a working winery.

The Press Club: One of San Francisco’s most famous destinations offers California’s finest wines and beers in a sophisticated, social atmosphere.

Experience and enjoy the inclusive tours of San Francisco Wine Tasting. Stay at the Howard Johnson hotel, located next to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and get rooms at very affordable rates. For more details visit: http://www.hojosanbruno.com/

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