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San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge Bike Tour
"Led by a local guide this 3-hour San Francisco bike tour is a great sightseeing activity for all ages and biking levels. You’ll follow a mostly flat route along San Francisco Bay’s scenic northern waterfront before crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. Depart in the morning o where your guide outfits you with a proper bike helmet and any necessary equipment for the ride. Then hop on your bicycle and pedal to nearby Aquatic Park Cove part of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Cycle down the pier and snap pics of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island before moving on to Fort Mason Center. The buildings of this former US Army post a National Historic Landmark are now used as a cultural and educational complex.From here
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Coastal Sights Helicopter Tour from Long Beach
"Board your comfortable six-passenger helicopter at the Long Beach Heliport located adjacent to the Queen Mary the grand old ship that sailed the Atlantic Ocean for decades. Buckle up and have your camera ready for your thrilling flight over the California coast!Glide over the Port of Long Beach and the Battleship Iowa Museum a maritime museum at the bustling Port of Los Angeles in the San Pedro area. Admire the massive bronze Korean Bell of Friendship a gift from South Korea to the United States in honor of its bicentennial in 1976. Continue along the coast over the Point Fermin Lighthouse and Point Vicente Lighthouse. Hover above the stunning Palos Verdes Peninsula delighting in vistas of the coastal cliffs
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Battleship USS Iowa Museum Admission
"Head to the easily accessible Los Angeles waterfront in San Pedro and use your ticket to tour the Battleship USS Iowa Museum. Designed to stop wars not start them the USS Iowa served the US for more than 50 years and was known as the “Battleship of Presidents.” See where Roosevelt stayed and planned WWII strategy in the stately captain's cabin — complete with the only bathtub on a US Navy ship built specifi discover the evolution of this flagship of the fleet which boasts a new role today as an interactive classroom. Via film footage and exhibits you'll see the Battleship USS Iowa as her former crews saw her. Wander the same wooden decks and bridges and explore the iconic ship’s interior spaces where elite Navy sailors performed their duties during the Korean War and the Cold War.Witness the battleship's big guns and Tomahawk and Harpoon missiles
From $18.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Berkeley

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Wood shingle homes in Berkeley

My hometown of Berkeley is gorgeous and has many different types of architectural styles. I live in North Berkeley, which is particularly peaceful. A group called the Hillside Club, whose members...
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Berkeley Path Wanderers

Berkeley not only has residential neighborhoods with intriguing architecture and landscape, but also interlocking pathways that hold a certain mystique. There are so many paths of unexpected design...
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OTBP - both figuratively and literally

Berkeley is a weird place, and it doesn't get much weirder than the Albany Bulb, on the border of Berkeley and Albany behind the Golden Gate Fields race track.A former dump turned homeless camp turned...
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Pinole Park

San Francisco Bay is far larger than most visitors even imagine. It's much more than just what you can see from Pier 39, Alcatraz, or the Bay Bridge. The eastern parts extend many miles inland. Here,...
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There's no Jurisdiction on this spot right here !!

Entering the University Campus coming from its south gate a visitor is likely to find one particular spot of land without any jurisdiction ruling it !!quote:THIS SOIL AND THE AIR SPACE EXTENDING ABOVE...
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T. REX Exposition on UC Berkeley Campus

The T. Rex skeleton is displayed on campus of UC Berkeley. The display is located inside the Valley Life Science Building on Campus in front of the science library.This Structure is extremely big in...
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Watch for the local street art

Berkeley, especially the area around Telegraph Ave, is full of local street characters who pride themselves in their ability to create street art. These run from murals, graffiti, and street painting,...
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North Berkeley Rose Gardens

I've been told this is a great place to walk around in. I'm not really into flowers, but my mom is. I guess this is also a place to be if you and your girl/friend want to show some public forms of...
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Jeff Corwin or The Croc Hunter watchers?

East Bay VivariumIn the lower section of Berkeley, near the 80/880 freeway off the 4th street exit, lies the largest reptile store West of the Mississippi. if you have ever watched Jeff Corwin or the...
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The Steam Tunnels and the Mines

Throughout the city of Berkeley you will see steam rising from grates in the streets. Unlike New York, where the steam is cased by a chemical reaction between various forms of raw sewage, the steam in...
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Victorian style in Berkeley

There are many styles of homes in Berkeley. Some of the most ornate are Victorian homes, such as Captain Boudreau's house, a Queen Anne Victorian.
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Walk Panoramic Hill.

Go to the bottom of Panoramic Way and take the stairways through the beautiful old neighborhood to the top of the hill for fabulous views of San Francisco, bridges and much of the Bay Area.
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The bar in the basement of the...

The bar in the basement of the Student Union Bulding on the University campus. We didn't have one of these at the University of Washington!
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Here is campus of...

Here is campus of Calinfornia University At Berkeley,if you are there you'll make dream for you life.
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Top Things to Do in Berkeley

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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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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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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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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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