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Roaring Camp Steam Train Through Santa Cruz Redwoods
"Experience California’s redwoods as never before by taking a steam train through one of the Golden State’s towering ancient forests. Be inspired by both the natural beauty of the groves and the engineering prowess of this hulking locomotive which dates back to the 1890s. Hop aboard the train at Roaring Camp in Felton near the base of the Santa Cruz Mountains just 80 miles south of San Francisco. Settle into your open-air car and hang on as you chug past hundreds of old-growth redwoods with an unobstructed view. As you make your way up to the top of Bear Mountain you’ll cruise over trestles and glide beneath the verdant canopy. Along the way the knowledgeable train conductor will illuminate the forest with bits of history about how it was formed and facts about the local wildlife
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Beginner Surfing 1-Day - Santa Cruz
"Learn to Surf! This clinic was designed with the beginner in mind – we welcome complete newbies as well as people who have tried surfing on there own for a while and still need help. We will walk you through all the basics to get you started and catching wave breaks ocean conditions safety in and out of the water wave etiquette paddling push up and pop up techniques
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Beginner Surfing 1-Day - Santa Cruz
"Learn to Surf! This clinic was designed with the beginner in mind – we welcome complete newbies as well as people who have tried surfing on there own for a while and still need help. We will walk you through all the basics to get you started and catching wave breaks ocean conditions safety in and out of the water wave etiquette paddling push up and pop up techniques
From $99.00

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Shoreline Golf Links Cafe

We went to this location for a nice business lunch today, and I enjoyed it. I had the pastrami sandwich, which was delicious, although the other chicken sandwiches of my co-workers looked equally as...
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Mexicali Grill

During one of my recent trips to Santa Clara, I enjoyed a meal at Mexicali Restaurant. It is a very nice dining location in the middle of a very nice shopping area. It is in close proximity to the...
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Chevy's Fresh Mex

Out on the road, the last thing I want to do is eat in a chain restaurant, although when you are travelling with a discriminating co-worker, sometimes you are forced to go places you would not...
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Sonoma Chicken Coop

Sonoma Chicken Coop, a recently new arrival in San Jose, is very popular, especially during lunch, for its high quality, moderately priced food in a casual atmosphere. There is plenty of indoor and...
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Paragon Restaurant

Paragon, located in the refurbished Montgomery Hotel, is classy in a contemporary setting. The menu has a good variety of items that are well prepared and presented. In the evening there is often live...
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Picasso's

Traditional Spanish dinners and tapas are served at Picasso's, owned and operated by Julio, a friendly Spaniard. Another place with nearly the same name recently opened a few blocks away, but the two...
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Naglee Park Garage

The Naglee Park Garage, so named for the neighborhood it borders, opened early in 2006 and has quickly become popular with locals. The place is tiny, although the outdoor patio provides some elbow...
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Consistently great

We've never been disappointed here. The menu selections are creative and top quality. A good wine list too. You can't go wrong with the seasonal tasting menu, which includes several courses and wine...
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Cool little bar and very nice Pan Asian food

Great decor, friendly service, upscale feel with not that bad of prices at the end. San Jose is flush with glorified cheesy theme restaurants (AP Stumps etc) but E & O stands out. They make their own...
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Brewpub and great food

Gordon Biersch is one of the best brewerys around, their martzen beer is spectacular. And here you get all the benefits of a brewery background with pretty nice dining. Upscale waitstaff but friendly...
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Il Fornaio

Casual yet sophisticated with white tablecloths, open view kitchen and soaring ceilings. The service is generally good though very laid back. They have a kids' menu which provides generous portions...
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Chef Li

While most Chinese restaurants are kind of iffy on the cleanliness factor, Chef Li is a shining example of what a Chinese restaurant should be. White tablecloths add an elegance to this small place...
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Habana Cuba

This restaurant has become increasingly popular in the last few years. They have expanded the dining area and updated the decor. Habana Cuba serves good Cuban food, as one might imagine, in a...
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Aqui

Aqui is a far cry from the usual Mexican restaurant; They call it Cal-Mex food, and I don't know if it should even be labeled Mexican. The appeal here is that you will always find quality, reasonably...
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Top Hotels in San Jose

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355 Santana Row, San Jose, California, 95128, United States
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10 West Trimble Road, San Jose, California, 95131, United States
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200 Edenvale Avenue, (formerly Hayes Conference Center), San Jose, California, 95136, United States
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301 South Market Street, San Jose, California, 95113, United States
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170 South Market Street, San Jose, California, 95113, United States
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233 W. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, California, 95113, United States
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Top Things to Do in San Jose

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Winchester Mystery House

Its most famous landmark is the Winchester Mystery House , 525 S Winchester Blvd, just off I-280 near Hwy-17 ($12.95-22.95; daily 9am-5pm, until 7pm June-Sept). Sarah Winchester, heiress to the...
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Japantown

Japantown San José has been here since about 1890, and plays an important part in San José area history. Japanese Americans were highly involved in agriculture and commerce in the city's earlier...
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Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

This beautiful museum and park are in the middle of San Jose, yet when you're there it's easy to forget everything except the ancient architecture and artifacts which are close enough to touch. Walk...
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Tech Museum of Innovation

Hey there, just thought I'd share the raving review I am posting absolutely everywhere about my night at the tech museum IMAX dome theater! Take a gander, I hope it will serve you well! Like...
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Santana Row

When Santana Row first opened a few years ago I wasn't very interested in going there. I was cynical about a new, "fake" downtown being created to look like a nice, European style pedestrian area...
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Downtown San Jose

Downtown San Jose has a lot to offer from historic sites such as the adobes to various multinational corporations like Adobe. San Pedro Square is the most popular concentration of bars and...
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"San Jose - Silicon Valley"
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Anthro

"The 411 on San Jose"
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"North on Hwy 1, across Hwy 156, then up 101..."
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ATXtraveler

"California's Original Capital City: San Jose!"
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"Born, raised...yeah I know the way"
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