The New Years ball dropped in Times Square long ago, but here in San Francisco the party is still to come!
I went to Sacramento expecting to have a fast-paced tourist experience full of new places and activities to tell future hostel guests all about.
At its inception in 1935, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) was the first museum on the West Coast devoted solely to 20th century art. Since then, the museum has been a pioneering force both locally and globally, working to break new ground and expand the conventional wisdom of what an art museum should present and collect.
Although best known for its raucous costume parties and outrageous street fairs, San Francisco is also a rich ground for those seeking the more spirited side of the Halloween season. Ghost hunters have plenty of historical sites to haunt in their search for the paranormal, while people of all cultural backgrounds can share in the honoring of loved ones past at Dia de los Muertos festivals around the city. The best part is, all you need to attend many of these haunted gatherings is a comfortable pair of shoes and warm jacket.