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Best of the bay views

See the Blue Angels overhead, get up-close views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and bask in some San Francisco noir under a full moon weekend … here are three excellent ways to maximize your bay views this weekend.

Week 10.10.2019
Regions Northern CA

Hello, Kitty Kat

Take a catamaran tour of the San Francisco bay

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One of the best ways to enjoy the bay in fall is to actually get out on the water, where clear days bring clear views of the Golden Gate and a few big surprises. Book yourself onboard Captain Joe’s 65-foot catamaran, “Kitty Kat” for a smorgasbord of sightseeing and sea life. Yep, you’re on a boat!
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11 Local Summer Escapes

11 Easy Summer Escapes in the Bay Area

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Wanna keep summer going? That’s easy! Download the Peninsula Open Space Trust’s (POST) 11 Easy Summer Escapes. This complimentary guide is packed with excellent itineraries for local outdoor excursions, including maps and links. Find the perfect picnic spot under ancient oaks at…
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