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  • Bay Area Ski Bus Concord
    Thanks to Bay Area Ski Bus, getting from point A to point B never felts so good. Its shuttle buses, outfitted with modern conveniences such as video systems, usher passengers to and from local ski resorts, negating their need to worry over travel plans or convince the troll under their bed to return their car keys. Provided meals, snacks, and beverages keep both hunger and thirst at bay, and lift tickets dispensed upon arrival get skiers straight to the slopes. When the faraway ski destinations of Colorado or Val d'Isère entice travelers away from home, Bay Area Ski Bus grows wings to match. Its guides handle every detail of the adventure, from flights and shuttle arrangements to lodging and lift tickets.
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    2291 Via De Mercados
    Concord, CA US
  • Adventure Quests International Counseling Service
    The spiritual healers at Adventure Quests International Counseling Service believe the soul will starve if it doesn't experience something beyond the mundane, which is why they lead spiritual adventures. Mexico, Argentina, Austria, France, Italy—these are the faraway places they explore on 8- to 12-day trips designed to reignite a passion for life. But clients don't have to travel abroad to grow spiritually. They can also try spiritual counseling. Counseling sessions help clients refocus on the most important parts of themselves, from their identities as men or women to the ways they love themselves and others.
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    1638 Riviera Avenue
    Walnut Creek, CA US
  • Magowan's Infinite Mirror Maze
    At first glance, Magowan's Infinite Mirror Maze looks more funky than befuddling. The black lights that illuminate its columns and archways cycle through neon colors, and ‘80s dance music thumps through its various turns. The wonderland-like ambiance prompted SF Weekly to list the maze as "possibly the most psychedelic place one can legally reach within the city limits" in its list of Five Places We Wish Bands Could Play in SF. Don't let the far-out vibes fool you, though. Even Charles Magowan, the maze's creator, admits to getting lost in its passageways during an ABC 7 feature. Charles constructed the maze to cover 2,000 square feet, aligning 77 mirrors in counterintuitive corners, dead-ends, twists, and halls. His ultimate goal was to build a nostalgic labyrinth that both kids and adults could explore. One ticket grants unlimited admission to the maze throughout the day, encouraging repeat visitors to memorize different escape routes and convince their reflection to go to work tomorrow instead of them.
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    Pier 39
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sidewalk Food Tours of San Francisco
    Sidewalk Food Tours spotlights both marquee restaurants and hidden gems, so long as they meet the company’s criteria: interesting stories and delicious food. The North Beach tour effortlessly consolidates cuisine and history into every bite. Highlights include A. Cavalli & Co., the 130-year-old Italian cafe, and Molinari Delicatessen, famous for having fed Pope John Paul II.
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    3310 Market Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Left Coast Tours
    By foot or by BART, these tours travel through 11 neighborhoods just like a local. Groups slip through Chinatown, admire the Painted Ladies, and inhale sweet scents at Ghirardelli Square.
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    50 Drumm St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Drag Me Along Tours
    Rick Shelton of Drag Me Along Tours is a tour guide and San Francisco resident, but the role you're most likely to remember him by is that of Countess Lola Montez. During his tours, he embodies the 19th century Irish dancer and actress who gained fame as a courtesan, and later, as a mistress of King Ludwig I of Bavaria. During tours, Rick—er, Ms. Montez—explores the streets of San Francisco as they were during her rowdy visits in the mid 1800s. In a fun, energetic manner, she points out places where she's entertained and shares parts of her life that many of her contemporaries never knew about unless they followed her blog. All tours begin in Portsmouth Square near the Goddess of Democracy Statue, and each one lasts about 2.5 hours and covers approximately two miles of easy walking.
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    733 Kearny St.
    San Francisco, CA US

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