We absolutely LOVE touring homes, especially new homes. We
get to learn about the latest designs, the hottest trends and most of all, the up to date style of Bay Area living!
We went to one of the new developments in Bay Meadows recently, and the model homes are beautifully decorated.
These are stylish 2-4 bedroom town-homes which fits perfectly with everyone’s busy lifestyle. In addition, it’s situated on the sought after San Francisco Peninsula that’s close to shopping (such a Whole Foods, Hillsdale Mall). It’s also close to Caltrain station!
The Town homes are also located directly across from Paddock Park and there are lots of pedestrian-friendly urban environment of Bay Meadows surrounds the Town homes!
We started the day at the city’s temple to artisan food, the
Ferry Building Marketplace, which is a marketplace serving residents and
travelers alike. There are all kinds of
shops large and small celebrate food in all its forms, offering everything from
a variety of cheeses to the freshest of local fish. http://www.ferrybuildingmarketplace.com/merchant_list.php
The cappuccino at Blue Bottle Coffee is sure worth the long
Next we are stocking up on Cowgirl Creamery cheese
Then we stopped by Acme bread for some apple turnover
And of course, we can’t miss orange & wild fennel salame
And a must stop is Recchiuti Confections
We also stopped by Heath Ceramics and bought some gifts for
Last but not least, we headed toward the world-class farmers
market outside on this beautiful sunny day!
The Year of the Ram has been in full swing for a few weeks
now, but the festivities will culminate with the annual Chinese New Year Parade
on Saturday, March 7 which begins at 5:15 p.m in downtown San Francisco.
There will be lots of fun including…..
·School marching bands
·Martial arts group
·Newly crowned Miss Chinatown USA…and much much
“Ai Weiwei is internationally renowned for work that defies
the distinction between art and activism. In this exhibition of new works
created specifically for Alcatraz, Ai responds to the island’s layered legacy
as a 19th-century military fortress, a notorious federal penitentiary, a site
of Native American heritage and protest, and now one of America’s most visited
national parks. Revealing new perspectives on Alcatraz, the exhibition raises
questions about freedom of expression and human rights that resonate far beyond
this particular place”.
Exhibition on View September 27, 2014 – April 26, 2015, and
there is still time to visit!!
There are some super interesting images online and we can’t
wait to explore!!
It’s a small wooded bay area canyons shelter more than
birds, wild skunks, raccoons, and deer. The park is now comprised of a wide
fire road descending from Hallmark Drive to the lake, and then continuing to
Trails are defined by color and about a mile down
you hit a little hill that goes down towards a lake. It is absolutely gorgeous and it’s a great place to bring your
dog (especially if they like to swim!)
There are people jogging, mountain biking (the adventurists),
walking and do be prepared, because one may encounter mountain lion!