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    I would suggest that you NOT spend the day in the car, driving, and instead spend the day DOING something. So go across the Golden Gate Bridge and explore Marin County. Or take the ferry to Larkspur Landing. If you're a hiker, explore Mt Tam or Angel Island. If you're a surfer, go to Chronkite or Bolinas. If a skimboarder, spend the day at Baker Beach. Check out the Elephant Seals at Chimney Rock. Wildflowers all over the place. Farmers Markets in San Rafael on Thurs and Sunday, Mill Valley on Friday, Corte Madera on Wednesday. Take a kayaking lesson or Stand Up Paddleboard in Sausalito. Of course, a longer drive north to the wine country or south to the beaches and Boardwalk in Santa Cruz is lovely. And that's off the top of my head. Have fun! about 7 years ago

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    Highway 1 down by the coast to Monterey & Carmel. If you do a coach trip, it returns inland by the motorway. about 7 years ago

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    Either:
    1. North to Napa/Sonoma and explore wine country; or
    2. North, then west on Highway 1. Stop at Muir Woods National Monument, then continue west to the ocean. Drive north, past Stinson Beach (great ice cream place there), continue north to Point Reyes Station. Have lunch -- fun cafes there. Meander up Highway 1 to Tomales-Petaluma road. Bear east back over to Highway 101 and then south back to the city. Or, if you want a longer day, continue following Highway 1 up to Bodega Bay (of "The Birds" fame) then head back to Highway 101 through Sebastopol. about 7 years ago

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    You could almost head in any direction and find great things... What appeals to you? Amusement parks? Nature? Wine tasting? The beach? California redwoods? We've got it all! about 7 years ago

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    What do you LIKE? What do you want to experience? Too broad a question, with no parameters, to answer effectively. about 7 years ago

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    Downtown Napa is only 50 miles from SF with Oxbow Market, Oneitra, Don Giovani, Morimoto, Zazu, Cafe Jacqeline, many blocks of fine Victorian houses, and many tasting rooms. about 7 years ago

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    At 78 miles is laid back Calistoga with Sillverado winery, Castello di Amorosa, Chateau Montelena with good food at All Seasons Bistro, Hydro, and the new Solbar at Solage. Drive up to Angwin or the hokey Gaisers. Many mud baths are there to enjoy. Rent a bicycle to enjoy the Silverado trail. about 7 years ago

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    In Sonoma County, you can take a SUP class/tour on the Russian River and still have the rest of the day to do wine tasting or what ever. see: www.rubiconadventures.com They give a substantial discount to world nomads and other groups. almost 7 years ago

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