There are so many fun things to do in San Francisco and the Bay Area – and any time of the year is a great time to visit. We put together a list of 10 fun sightseeing tours that you won’t want to miss, including popular San Francisco attractions and scenic one-day trips to Carmel and Monterey, Muir Woods, Napa Valley, Sonoma Wine Country, and Yosemite National Park.
Looking for a great way to start the day? Head over to Bumble for breakfast or brunch in Los Altos. The charming little cottage with yellow door and white picket fence is located on First Street – it’s really popular with the locals. What makes Bumble unique apart from its amazing food is that it is one of the most kid-friendly restaurants we’ve ever seen. A large sandbox sits outside on the front porch among the patio tables and inside there’s a separate children’s play room and fish aquarium. Perfect for families and friends who want to enjoy a nice leisurely meal and keep their kids happy too.
The other thing that sets Bumble apart is its unique dining experience – customers can order food and drinks from an Android tablet at their table. It’s fast, user-friendly and takes service to a whole new level. No need to sit around waiting to place your order or ask for the check at the end of your meal – at Bumble it’s just a “touch” away.
Summer is in full swing – Fun Street Fairs, Art & Wine Festivals, Free Outdoor Concerts, Waterfront Movies, Shakespeare in the Park… Check out these July Events & “Fun Things To Do” in the San Francisco Bay Area… and beyond in our Love to Eat and Travel July Calendar of Events. Be sure to check our Blog, Twitter, Facebook, and Love to Eat and Travel website each month for updates throughout the year. Enjoy!
This year, the 4th of July falls on a Thursday. Time for BBQs, beer, wine, music, parades and fireworks – have FUN celebrating Independence Day with your family and friends.
We’ve researched 4th of July Celebrations, Parades & Fireworks taking place in the San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California and in major cities around the nation – find out what’s going on in your city.
This year, Fleet Week San Francisco celebrates the “Centennial of Naval Aviation.” The official Blue Angels Air Show takes place on Saturday, October 8 and Sunday, October 9, 2011. The fun event features a Parade of U.S. Navy Ships, Survey Flights and Practice Air Shows, Blue Angels Air Shows, Ship Tours… and more! Get an early start if you’re driving into San Francisco over the weekend – the traffic and crowds are intense.