Standing on the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean, it seems silly to point out how windy it is. But the wind is all I can think about. It's chilling my hands and beating on the hood of my fleece jacket, all while making me look a bit like a dog with its head out the car window.
HI’s Pigeon Point Hostel, located on the site of a historic lighthouse overlooking the Pacific Ocean, can feel as if it’s truly perched at the edge of the world. This is the go-to hostel for anyone who wants to feel secluded, removed from the bustle of everyday life.
When you think of urban animals, what comes to mind? Pigeons on the sidewalks? Creepy crawlies in the subways?
What do you call a man who's one part engineering genius, one part shrewd businessman, one part political influencer, and all public advocate? In San Francisco, we just call him Adolph Sutro, and he's the subject of the second post in our Stranger than Fiction series.
At the Marin Headlands, you don't have to go far to see the kind of cuddly creatures Northern California is famous for. From seals and sea lions, to river otters and even grey whales, this ocean-side piece of National Parks land just north of San Francisco attracts all kinds of marine mammals and the visitors who love them.