Travel & Tourism
The Monterey Bay Aquarium's popular otter exhibit is set to re-open for the public this coming Saturday, March 23, after months of restoration and upgrading.
Motivational speaker Peter Kageyama makes a living out of helping people use their civic passions to elevate their towns, cities, or neighborhoods in a variety of beneficial ways.
The "American Riviera" on California's Central Coast is one of the nation's most expensive places to visit and live, but a campaign underway through the end of 2013 can land you substatial travel savings in Santa Barbara, if you do just one thing—get out of your car.
Just about anyone headed to New Orleans for the upcoming Super Bowl knows about tourist-packed Bourbon Street, Hurricane cocktails, and the tasty, powdered sugar-covered beignets. But, San Francisco Chronicle travel writer Spud Hilton has spent a lot of time in the Crescent City and has a number of tips to share for hitting some spots many tourists miss.
Los Angeles is home to a fleet of restored streamliners from the 1940s and 50s, that are now being used for a variety of public trips, including short jaunts to the nearby Santa Barbara wine country and much longer cross-country journeys.
Two historic tall ships based in Aberdeen, Washington are making their return trip home, hitting several California ports along the way, and giving the public a chance to interact with them during those visits.
The City of San Francisco's official tourism arm has more Twitter followers than any other similar organization representing a U.S. city, according to worldwide rankings tabulated by SkiftSocial.
A first-of-its-kind beer festival will take to the open seas this spring off the West Coast, as craft brew enthusiasts travel from Ensenada, Mexico to Seattle, Washington.