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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
From $99.00
 
Monterey And Carmel-by-the-Sea Day Private Tour from San Francisco
"Escape the big city for a trip along the beautiful Monterey Peninsula via the Pacific Coast Highway. Enjoy stunning seascape views the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium and Steinbeck's Cannery Row as you cruise the famous 17-Mile Drive heading to the coastal town of Carmel-by-the-Sea.Stop at historic Cannery Row—John Steinbeck’s novel of the same name takes place on this street during the Great Depression—for a 000 strange and colorful underwater creatures from playful sea otters and turtles to powerful sharks and the rare and massive ocean sunfish.Cruise along the scenic and celebrated 17-Mile Drive home to the world-renowned Pebble Beach Golf Course. Admire the Lone Cypress—this postcard-worthy tree stands on a rugged granite outpost amid the waves—and scope out the area’s magnificent mansions with their sweeping coastal views. Stop along the way t head to enchanting Carmel-by-the-Sea
From $1,100.00

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Blue Rock Shoot Cafe

There's a cute and rustic cafe on the historic Big Basin Way strip where one can order just about any sort of deli sandwich, small pizza, coffee drink, or tea, and hang out front. This place is...
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Zeni Ethiopian Restaurant

This was the first Ethiopian restaurant I ever ate at. So I must pay homage and respect. :-) In comparison to all the other Ethiopian, and Eritrean, restaurants, I think this is the best one yet....
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The Basin

The Basin is the first place I'd ever been to that served up comfort foor. Meat loaf, mac and cheese, corn dogs and pork chops. And all amazing. The food here is excellent as is the service. A true...
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Chateau La Cresta, Mountain...

Chateau La Cresta, Mountain Winery Fabulous place for a very romantic wedding. High above the wine valley, great place to say 'I DO' with a great view. We were there for a friend's wedding and...
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Hakone Japanese Gardens

Hakone is a wonderful place to visit, for its beautiful gardens, architecture and as an oasis of calm. It's the oldest Japanese and Asian estate gardens in the Western Hemisphere, established in 1915,...
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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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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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Triton Museum of Art

I'm not much of a museum guy, but most locals don't even know about this little treasure. Located in downtown (yes, there is a downtown) Santa Clara, the Triton boasts rotating exhibits highlighting...
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Mission Santa Clara

Mission Santa Clara de Asis is the eighth of 21 missions built in California, and was the first mission to honor a woman, Saint Clare of Assis. It was founded in 1777 beySpanish Franciscans, and holds...
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De Saisset Museum

The De Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University is the South Bay's free Museum of history and art. The 19,210 square-foot facility was founded adjacent to the Mission Santa Clara de Asis on the Santa...
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