• Alameda is a funny little wedge of timelessness in the midst of the bustling Bay Area. The city actually occupies an island just off the Oakland shore. It's well-known for its huge Fourth of July parade, but packs in a surprising amount of fun for travelers in any season.

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  • San Francisco is one of the top tourist destinations in the world, ranking 35th out of the 100 most visited cities worldwide, and is renowned for its chilly summer fog, steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of architecture, and its famous landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, and Chinatown.

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  • Berkeley is a city with a small population and a big reputation. It is famous around the globe as a center for academic achievement, scientific exploration, free speech and the arts. Berkeley is the site of the University of California, Berkeley, the oldest of the University of California system.

    Oakland is a city in the hub of the Bay Area, and is both historic and modern. Visitors will find a little bit of everything in this diverse metropolis, from the picturesque waterfront to expansive hills. Explore Oakland's growing arts, entertainment and food scene or enjoy recreational opportunities like hiking, sailing and biking.

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  • Napa and Sonoma are little more than an hour away. Explore the valleys, discover some great new wines and come back to the cool Bay breeze at the Coral Reef Inn & Suites at the end of your day.

    Napa & Sonoma Valley are one of the premier travel destinations in the world. Breathtaking views abound at every turn - mustard in the late winter, picturesque rolling hills planted with vineyards year-round and wineries of every stature dot the landscape. Whether you are wine tasting, dining at renowned restaurants like the French Laundry, or pampering yourself with a mud bath in Calistoga... Napa Valley is your spot of heaven on earth.

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