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Nice city!! It's good for living here. Especially for tech people. This is one of my favorite city on earth!

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  • 1


    33 reviews

    University of California, Downtown Berkley. Home to demonstrations of the Hippie culture.

  • 2


    24 reviews

    One of my favorite surf spots if you are leaving from San Francisco.

  • 3


    51 reviews

    Sausalito is where I always want to go when I'm feeling down, but once I get there I have no purpose for it. When I was unemployed, I walked there from Pacific Heights. It's a trek I constantly recall at parties in an effort to show that, yes, I once walked farther than you at some point in my life, ...

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    33 reviews

    I love Oakland. It is culturally diverse and is the perfect location to commute back and forth to San Francisco from. Oakland has the famous Lake Merritt Theater, Jack London Square, China Town, Oakland Zoo, Children's Fairyland, and so much more. Oakland is a great place to visit. It's just unfortunate the public school system in Oakland is failing.

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    San Mateo

    13 reviews

    I used to live in San Mateo for 6 months and it wasn't the best 6 months. San Mateo has a decent downtown area with some restaurants, bars and a movie theater. However, the city sleeps at around 9:30pm during the week. It is a nice town to raise a family, but if you are single, there is really not ...

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    Mill Valley

    4 reviews

    Beautiful town tucked into one of the most gorgeous area's on the planet.

  • 7


    13 reviews

    What is otherwise a suburbia town, Burlingame actually packs in quite a package of shopping, dining, and recreation. Both Broadway and Burlingame Ave are popular shopping streets with stores like Trina Turk, Lulu Lemon, and BR; dining options like Stacks for brunch and various ethnic foods; and recreation like badminton and go cart racing.

  • 8


    6 reviews

    Millbrae is a nice place to stop before making it all the way to San Francisco Airport if you have some time to kill. I fuel up my rental car then go to In 'n Out Burgers.

  • 9


    7 reviews

    I lived in Emeryville for a year and enjoyed it very much. I don't think I would've wanted to stay there any longer than I did, as the construction of new condos would mean more congestion that it already had. The majority of people within the city limits any given day are usually non-residents, as Emeryville caters to a lot ...

  • 10

    San Rafael

    9 reviews

    San Rafael is the pretty central business district of Marin, and a lot more too. It has great restaurants, shops, and theaters. It boasts Terrapin Crossroads is a music venue owned by Phil Lesh, and The Marin Civic hosts a variety of performances. Whatever you need you can most likely accomplish it in San Rafael. It is surrounded by beauty, ...

  • 11

    South San Francisco

    8 reviews

    The Sign Hill Park, a small park on Popular Ave @ Rocca Ave. It's in a residential area & FREE street parking is available on Popular & Rocca Ave. is one that many people have seen from a distance, but few have ever gone to. You can see it from the Hwy 101 freeway between the San Francisco Airport and ...

  • 12

    Daly City

    10 reviews

    Kind of a boring town populated by a lot of different ethnic groups. This city is typically cold and foggy but there's convenient access to the Bart and a fairly big shopping complex with all the basic shopping necessities (trader joes, market, restaurant, Home Depot, etc.)

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    San Bruno

    4 reviews

    Nice place especially because my brother Chuck Norris lives here :)

  • 14


    2 reviews

    One old joke is that Albany is where Berkeley Radicals go to die. And a lot of people don't even know where Albany is located. I sometimes mention Berkeley first or mention Albany Hill or the Race Track. It also borders Berkeley, El Cerrito, Richmond, and Kensington. Gayle also scoffs when I sometimes tell her that Albany in some ways ...

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    1 review
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    Stinson Beach

    37 reviews

    It's embarrassing how long it took me to finally visit Stinson Beach. And, being from Hawaii, I'm very picky about my beaches. In Northern California, Stinson is the closest to the beaches of my childhood: the sand is soft and clean, the weather is warmer than in SF, and it's a relaxed atmosphere. I love it!

  • 17

    Foster City

    4 reviews

    Strategically located right at the intersection of the US101and CA92, Foster City is very convenient for shopping, dining, and living. For the shoppers: there's Target, Costco, Ranch99, Home Depot (I think all needs are covered here). For dining: from chains like Mimi's, BJs, Chevys to numerous tasty small shops are available. For living: one can find serenity in lagoon front ...

  • 18


    10 reviews

    Bring your wallet and your best behavior if you're planning on visiting Tiburon, CA. Sharp-eyed drivers will notice that there are security cameras posted on the main town road at both ends of the peninsula, so you're quite literally "checked out" upon arrival to this high-rent town. If you want to see how the "1 percent" upper-class people live, check ...

  • 19

    San Leandro

    2 reviews

    I grew up in San Leandro. Great place to raise kids. There is public transportation, a mall, movie theaters, and many restaurants to eat at. No major nightlife, but a great place to live and commute from.

  • 20


    1 review
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