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San Francisco Walking Tour: Fishermans Wharf to the Golden Gate Bridge
"Experience the natural side of San Francisco where the city meets the sea on our easy-going walk along the San Francisco's northern waterfront. We walk on easy coastal trails and footpaths that offer a true escape from the bustling city streets to refreshing panoramic bay views. Our guides offer a glimpse into the rich history of the Bay and Golden Gate a story that goes back thousands of years to the settlements of Coastal Miwok and Oholone Indians the 16th century European exploration of the California Coast the establishment of forts and missions in the Spanish era
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Private Helicopter Tour of Downtown Los Angeles Landmarks
"Enjoy fantastic aerial views of LA on this 45-minute private helicopter tour departing from Long Beach. These are the different sites you will see along your amazing trip:- The Queen Mary- Downtown Long Beach- The Port of Long Beach and L Hermosa and Manhattan beaches- Shoreline transition along LAX shoreline below 150 feet - really fun!- Marina Del Ray- Views of Santa Monica Pier- Downtown LA including the Ritz Carlton- Staples Center- University of Southern Calif"""Experience a spectacular private helicopter tour of Los Angeles with views of all of the famous landmarks. Starting from Long Beach airport you will fly over LA Harbor and the Queen Mary around the beautiful Palos Verdes Peninsula with breathtaking views of Catalina Island. Traveling up the beach cities along the shoreline through LAX airport you will have views of the Santa Monica pier and title=Highlights&1=Private%2C+45-minute+helicopter+tour+of+L.A.&2=See+the+city%27s+most+iconic+landmarks&3=Enjoy+a+fully-narrated+tour+of+downtown&4=Take+in+stunning+vistas+of+the+Pacific+coast&5=All+taxes%2C+fuel+surcharges+and+service+fees+included""
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Private Helicopter Tour over Long Beach and Los Angeles
"Enjoy the experience of a lifetime on a private helicopter tour over the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Your flight departs from Long Beach and live commentary is available on board. Some of the highlights you'll see from the air include Th Downtown Long Beach The Port of Long Beach and Los Angeles The Vincent Thomas Bridge The Battleship IOWA San Pedro and views of Catalina Island and the whole of the L.A. Basin as you climb to 2000 feet!"""
From $96.00

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Map of World Communism

Map of World CommunismThis is my favourite postcard from Berkeley:Map of World Communism.From right to left:* North Korea* Vietnam* Peoples' Republic of China* Cuba* Peoples' Republic of...
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MarioPortugal
Sep 22, 2007

A crazy, crazy place....

Berkeley may be VERY different from what you are used to. Many say that the folks in Berkeley are crazy and, in a very literal sense, they're right. Dealing with Berkeley-ites requires you to set...
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Karnubawax
Jan 08, 2005

If you ever are in need

of the “Uncle Tom's "Bobby-Que" Baste-Marinade" recipe please visit www.bobbyseale.com(thanks Guantanamera) The “Apple-Lime-Mint Barbeque Sauce”, “Broiler-Oven "Bobby-Qued" Spareribs” and a side of...
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Pounder73
Jun 25, 2003

Too Expensive to live in (for a college town)

The people there are real cool. Lot's of different types of people and almost all have learned to be outgoingly tolerant. But the cost of housing is too much. Most of the places you can rent are old...
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supune
Mar 24, 2003

For a hardy run scale...

For a hardy run scale Strawberry Canyon. Any runner can give you precise directions, he or she may offer to run with you. The whole Berzerkley experience...strange characters, some in intellectual...
lygchicana
Aug 24, 2002

Shop on Telegraph, Fourth...

Shop on Telegraph, Fourth Street, visit the campus, walk the marina, eat seafood at the sea breeze, sit in cafes with the local color and talk politics, take yur kids to adventure playgroung to hammer...
mizzbee
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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University of California at Berkeley

The beautiful campus has a number of sites to see including the Bell Tower, a fantastic children's science museum, and often holds concerts and the like. There are plenty of places to relax and read a...
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Tilden Regional Park

There is a 10 acre Botanic Garden in the Tilden Regional Park. There are ten sections to represent the ten different regions in California (including the California Rain Forest). They are laid out...
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Berkeley Marina

Berkeley has residents that are very poor and some that are rich. Berkeley Marina is a nice way to see the lifestyle of some of the latter. The marina offers great views of the bay and some hiking...
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Sather Tower

Sather Tower is one of several buildings on the UC Berkeley Campus listed on the National Register of Historic Places that are well worth seeing. It is modeled after the Campanile in Venice and was...
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Lawrence Hall of Science

Perched on the mountains to the east of town, on the UC Berkeley Campus, is the Lawrence Hall Science Museum. This museum is a great place to take kids and has a number of kid friendly displays. The...
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Botanical Garden

The Univsersity of California possesses a wonderful botanical garden. Tucked up the hill from the stadium, it houses a great number of plants native to California, as well as several international and...
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