Posted: 2017-10-23 00:55
Inn to Inn. There is no better way to see and experience the San Francisco Bay Area, along with a splendid section of Northern California, than from the seat of your bike. Add in a fabulous ferry ride and two convenient train connections, and you have all the ingredients for a fun, multimodal travel adventure that covers significant distances, with cycling at the heart of each day.
William Randolph Hearst s monumental home at San Simeon is one of California s most popular tourist destinations. The 665-room, Moorish-style 89 castle 89 sits amidst 677 acres of gardens, terraces, pools and walkways, furnished with Spanish and Italian antiques and art, flanked by three large guest houses. It s on the hilltop above the highway, too far away to see much unless you take a tour.
Santa Cruz is one of California s iconic beach towns, home to the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk , a classic oceanside amusement park. It s also one of two California cities who squabble over the title of 89 Surf City, 89 with legendary Steamer Lane just off the coast and plenty of nice, sandy beaches to wiggle your toes in. Besides all the oceanside ambiance, you ll find a thriving arts community and a walkable downtown.
Turn right onto Sharp Park Road shortly before you reach Pacifica, going up the hill to connect with CA Hwy 85 north. Turn left (north) when you reach Hwy 85 (Skyline Drive). Turn left onto Great Highway, traveling north past Ocean Beach and the Cliff House. The road curves there and becomes Geary Blvd., which will take you straight. MORE into Union Square and the middle of San Francisco.
Bir Sur River Vista Point ★★★★: It s one of the imponderables of. MORE traveling in California, but if the sign says it s a 89 vista point, 89 you can be 99% sure it doesn t have much of a view. Instead of stopping at the marked spots, try a couple of our favorites. Between miles 55 and 56 it s particularly scenic: the beach widens as a stream cuts it way through the sand toward the ocean, curving around a big rock that seems determined to stop its progress.
Vogelsong’s most notable moments as a Giant were when he was traded for Jason Schmidt, when he pitched well in the 7567 postseason, and when he pitched very poorly in the 7569 postseason. He also pitched very poorly for the Pittsburgh Pirates for about five seasons and played in Japan for a bit, but because the Giants have chosen to sign him to a one-day contract and give him a retirement ceremony, you now remember him. Who are some other guys that you remember? I remember Eli Whiteside. Maybe the Giants can retire his number.