Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’
A Private Tour Can See More of California than Los Angeles
“Have Vehicles, Licenses, Certification…Will Travel.”* We are not at all limited to Los Angeles or even Southern California. We have guests who may start their sightseeing locally with us and see how we present the beauty, wonder and interesting points about Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Malibu and want more. Since we know the entire state well and are happy to venture out of our home area we can drive up to San Francisco, for instance. The drive along the coast is relaxing and extraordinarily beautiful as can be seen in this photograph of the Bixby Bridge ahead on Highway 1 along the coast. From William Randolph Hearst’s castle to the elephant seals of Piedras Blancas, coast plains to rugged mountains, well-tended state beaches to wild hidden sandy coves we can uncover for our private Los Angeles tour guests the real California. Truly interested guests will enjoy the ride up the coast to our City by the Bay (San Francisco) and then a drive back down to Los Angeles through the Central Valley, the agricultural capitol of the country which is striking in its expanse and its beauty. If our guests have a few days to explore we can show them around on a truly amazing sightseeing adventure of California.
*reference to 60s television western, Have Gun Will Travel
Yes, a Los Angeles Tour Can Go to San Francisco
We do not have many requests to travel the 400 miles north from Los Angeles to San Francisco on a private luxury tour but from time to time we have guests wanting to explore all of California with us. We arrange all the transportation and accommodations when requested and drive up the coast, or fly on a private luxury aircraft, and really see what the Golden State has in the way of beautiful terrain, glorious beaches and magnificent coastline. When we arrive in San Francisco we know our way around as well as our own city. This week all eyes are on the peninsula up north as the host for Super Bowl 50. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will vie for the world NFL football championship with the Carolina Panthers led by Cam Newton. Even for non-football fans there is much to enjoy with all the news coverage featuring our glorious City by the Bay. From the Golden Gate Bridge (above), along the Embarcadero and its piers, following Market Street through the Financial District to the Castro with a visit to Chinatown and the Tenderloin, this is only a part of what the 49 square miles of this internationally renowned and fabulous cosmopolitan center offer to visitors. Plan several days of sightseeing without even heading south to Levi’s Stadium where the gridiron contest will be played.