Transaction Net Ultimate Resources:
- Inside San
Francisco offers this guide to SF Bay Area towns and recreational
- Palo Alto has a large and growing online presence.
- Not to be outdone, the City of
Berkeley has a large site which includes:
- Although nowhere near as popular a destination as Palo Alto or
Berkeley, the city of Mountain
View is rapidly gaining notoriety for being one of Silicon Valley's
nicest and most diverse spots. The weather's always balmy, and the main
street is full of interesting shops and restaurants, where Chinese locals
mix with locally-employed computer geeks.
- Worth the drive up north is beautiful Napa County, home to some of the
best wineries in the world. The Napa Guide has a
guide to wineries, activities, dining, lodging, and more.
- This list of popular destinations and how to get there is provided by the Bay Area Transit Information Project.
- While not as scenic or touristy as other cities like Sausalito, Marin's City of San Rafael
is quickly becoming a well-known hub of economic activity, owing to the
presence of a number of computer and software companies. Always sunny and
more diverse than most other Marin County spots, San Rafael now boasts a population
of a quarter-million people.
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