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Driving North of San Francisco

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Photo: Todd Marshard & James Waddell

Just north of the city and past Muir Woods, the roads wind through deep forest and deer-, sheep-, and cow-studded farmland—and then cliffs with the Pacific spread out below. Read the article

Inspired by: 25 Romantic Trips — by Sonia Faleiro, Published Jan. 2007

Hotels (1)

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    Manka's Inverness Lodge

    The collection of meticulously decorated cabins scattered along a wooded hillside are so peaceful they have an almost narcotic effect.

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    Olema Inn & Restaurant

    Only a two-minute drive from the Point Reyes Visitor Center, the Olema Inn & Restaurant has a countryside feel that befits its history as an 1876 i

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    Hog Island Oyster Co

    The most famous of the Marshall oyster purveyors sells unshucked oysters—but unfortunately they charge $5 per person merely to sit at a picnic tabl

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    Manka's Inverness Lodge Restaurant

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    Cowgirl Creamery

    Go to Cowgirl Cantina—a deli counter opened by Cowgirl Creamery—to put together a picnic for a hike through the national seashore. The converted ba

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    San Francisco, Berkeley, Marshall, Union Square, Chinatown

    San Francisco is green, clean, and organic—the architecture is high-tech and eco-friendly, and the food is excruciatingly fresh and local. Is this the world’s first true 21st-century city?In the fu

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