Quiet neighborhoods with lovely homes, great for newlyweds and raising children. A nice downtown area with coffee shops and good take-out food options!
Cities near San Mateo
- 1California, USA13 reviews
Located 10 minutes from the San Francisco International Airport, the Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia has been the cultural highlight of Burlingame, California for over 15 years. You can see an example of every Pez candy dispenser ever sold, plus exhibits featuring classic toys. Great fun! Http://www.funmuseums.com
- 2California, USA6 reviews
@ Zen Bistro 3/13/12
- 3California, USA4 reviews
This is my home town since 1998. From 1988 to 1998, we lived in San Mateo but just across the Hwy 92 from Foster City. The waterways makes Foster City the Venice of the bay area!
- 4California, USA3 reviews
When I first moved to the San Francisco Bay Area from Houston in 1984 (has it really been that long ago?), Compared to Texas, I thought $650/Month was an outrageous price to pay from rent, but I got used to that and the cool view from my hill side window. I'd walk down to the El Camino to shop and ...
- 5California, USA1963 reviews
Nice city!! It's good for living here. Especially for tech people. This is one of my favorite city on earth!
- 6California, USA32 reviews
Great people, amazing internet companies and some great bike trails. Visit Google on your way to the bay...
- 7California, USA50 reviews
I'm crazy about Tacolicious. and while I loved the location in downtown Palo Alto the tacos weren't as tasty as the Mission Street one.
- 8California, USA33 reviews
Been coming here for over 25 years.
- 9California, USA40 reviews
One of the nicest places I ever visited in the world....
- 10California, USA82 reviews
Half Moon Bay, California is a peaceful place to fish. It is about 15-20 miles away from San Francisco, but it is well worth the drive.
- 11California, USA3 reviews
San Carlos is the suburb just south of Belmont and the former home of the Circle Star Theater, a local favorite when I lived in these parts. San Carlos is relatively small and affluent, with one main draw being Laurel Street with all its cool little restaurants and shops.
- 12California, USA12 reviews
THE Slogan for this fine city is" CLIMATE BEST BY GOVERNMENT TEST" And it true,,,the fog comes in and cools off the city when it gets too hot. its a very picturesque city,lots of trees, and mixed architecture,the city center is a plaza with fountains and the old historic court house ,which is now a history museum,there are tables and ...
- 13California, USA8 reviews
Fun activity for the whole family.
- 14California, USA12 reviews
I really like Alameda, but there's still so much to explore. Cross into Oakland (briefly) and they go over this cute green bridge into Alameda. Cute, Victorian styled homes, lovely small businesses and a lot of liveliness to the neighborhoods. There is a neat Marina area with a park and area to enjoy a walk along the waterfront. A great ...
- 15California, USA7 reviews
This was one of my most favorite places to live ever anywhere. It’s a mostly industrial urban environment. However dotted here and there throughout the community are all kinds of lofts/flats, restaurants, and major corporations. This city is so unique in many ways. It has a great view of San Francisco and easy access right across the bay from it. ...
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- 18California, USA4 reviews
Los Altos Art and Wine festival today (July 15th). Good times!
- 19California, USA4 reviews
At my friend Alice and bills for a few days. What a life. Having a beer before dinner.
- 20California, USA25 reviews
Amazing beach, one of the most beautiful sunsets that I've ever seen. Good surfing spot as well.