Need some recos on things to do?
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- Savannah Chanelle Vineyards23600 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, CA, United Statesrecommended Savannah Chanelle VineyardsThey have the most fun and down to earth wine-tenders. Mike was so lively and highly entertaining - ask for him for a tasting! They really show you a great time here. The best part is the gorgeous ... read moremountain views. Take a walk up to the house & fountain for more photo ops of the mountains.Recommended for:
- Santana Row3055 Olin Avenue, San Jose, CArecommended Santana RowCool spot and the best spot to be in the South Bay. Everyone comes out here. It can get tiring after spending multiple days of the weeks here. But quite frankly, there's no where else to go in San ... read moreJose, lol. Lots of shops, restaurants & ppl watching!Recommended for:
- Blush Raw Bar Lounge100 N Almaden Ave, San Jose, CA 95126, United Statesrecommended Blush Raw Bar LoungeBlush just opened up in downtown SJ. Ultra lounge featuring fun (and very pretty) drinks, food, dj's spinning the tables, and a wonderful staff!! Great spot to hit up afterwork, or drop by over the ... read moreweekend. Late night happy hr avail-you must try the $1 oysters.Recommended for:
recommended PescaderoHead over the foothills to the small town and beach of Pescadero. Pescadero State Beach (read parking lot, toilets, and trash cans) is a wide, clean expanse of sand that's popular with locals--when I ... read morelived in Palo Alto, I'd go there at least a couple times a month. And don't miss the artichoke bread from Arcangeli Grocery Store--perfect for a picnic on the beach (and to take home too!).
- Cantor Arts Center Stanford University328 Lomita Drive, Stanford, CA, United Statesrecommended Cantor Arts Center Stanford UniversityLocated on Stanford University's gorgeous campus, the Cantor Arts Center is one of Northern California's best-kept secrets: for starters, it has the largest collection of Rodin bronzes outside of ... read moreParis; its permanent collection has works of art dating from the contemporary to the 1200s, from every continent in the world; fascinating temporary exhibits are mounted throughout the year; there are regular docent tours; and it's free!
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Hi Kimberly -- what kinds of things are you interested in? Hikes? Shopping? Street Fairs?
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