"One of the finest hostels in the country" according to Frommer's, the Sacramento Hostel has added a new, beautifully renovated private room to their restored 19th century Victorian mansion. With a warm and airy decor that combines both antique and modern elements, the room has a romantic feel and features a queen-sized bed as well as a small sitting area. It is available for $64 per night, (plus tax and applicable surcharges).
State officials have announced that the Devil's Slide section of U.S. Highway 1 between Pacifica and Half Moon Bay, closed since April due to storm damage, will reopen August 4. During commute hours and on weekends both lanes will be open; however, repair work will continue during weekday noncommute hours, when only one lane will be open, alternating between northbound and southbound traffic.
Hostelling International USA members can now travel with a translator in their ear, thanks to a new discount partnership with CyraKnow, the company that uses iPod technology to help new and seasoned travelers learn the nuances of pronunciation and basic phrases for four major languages in a short period of time.
The Cal Expo fairgrounds come alive every summer as the California State Fair becomes a "city within a city" that hosts nearly one million visitors. Folks come from near and far for the memorable delights of this 153-year-old extravaganza that includes exciting exhibits, amazing attractions, live entertainment, and the Magnificent Midway.
From authentic Irish pubs and laid-back neighborhood bars to ultra-hip lounges and high-intensity dance clubs, the opportunities are endless for partying the night away in everyone's favorite City by the Bay. When the skyline begins to sparkle under the stars, San Francisco's nightlife comes alive--check out these popular spots for sipping cocktails, late-night dining, or dancing till dawn.