Pinole in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Sightseeing Tours. Discover best things to do in Pinole with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 4 reviews
Spaghetti Tours is a fully-insured and licensed (TCP#28986) company, founded in 2012. Vincenzo,the owner, has 18 years of experience in the industry and can speaks fluent English and Italian. At Spaghetti Tours we want to provide an alternative to the big bus tours. We offer three tours with lecture around the San Francisco Bay Area: City Tour, Muir Woods and Sausalito, and the Wine Country Napa/Sonoma. We can also charter our van on an hourly basis (4 hours minimum, call for prices.)We use a new 2012 Mercedes Sprinter Van with 12 seats (11 passengers plus a driver.) The van has high ceilings, large windows, comfortable seats, A/C and a CD player. Make your reservations before the high season is here. Our new website is ready to be viewed. I am looking forward to hearing from you. Vincenzo.
My wife and I recently took three other couples on a tour around San Francisco, then to Muir Woods, then Sausalito and finally to Alcatraz. Vincent was a pretty good tour guide. He was willing to do whatever we wanted and he suggested that we stop at the scenic outlook above the Golden Gate bridge. I'm so glad he did! You may find a tour guide with a bit more knowledge or a better presentation, but for the price, we were extremely satisfied.
Vincent also was very clear about charges, with no hidden taxes or fees. I really appreciated the honesty, as it's sometimes scary dealing with tour guides.
4.5 based on 286 reviews
Park $, then my Senior clipper card makes it easy to Ferry Building, then the street car works for me. From Benicia it is 7 Miles and no bridge versus bart. I like it, coming back the line wraps around the ferry Building,
5 based on 206 reviews
Wonderful museum with great displays and short films that tell the story. Coordinate your visit around a scheduled talk by Ranger Betty Soskin. She is a compelling and inspiring speaker who weaves past and present into her own riveting story. History comes alive and you will not be disappointed. At 96 years young, she is a national treasure!
4.5 based on 478 reviews
Tilden is one of Berkeley's oldest and most popular parks that offers a variety of family-fun activities like pony rides and carousels.
We have visited Tilden Park several times in the past year. Our toddler loves riding the trains and we enjoy the nature walks. The train rides are fun for the entire family. The train models are very well designed and lot of fun to explore. Pack a picnic and enjoy the entire day here.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
This Robert Muir Graves design features 18 holes at par 72 with many elevation changes and some unique holes.
I have been playing here for 20+ years and have seen the course in great shape and I see how it looks today. I never get tired of the layout and the ensuing challenges offered throughout the year. However this place is going downhill faster than a putt from the top of #13 green !!!
The management of American Golf is utterly pathetic. I've been on other courses in the area and when asked my home course is FC the first response is "Oh, that place is soooo slow!!! Their reputation precedes them exponentially and they just don't care.
A couple of managers and superintendents ago, the course was better maintained and operated. Rumor has it that staff is sent to FC either to start a golf career or END it. I've heard that AmerGolf keeps a tight fist when it comes to budget and you have to give credit to the mgt/super for doing the best they can....but it's not good enough. The course is seriously lacking in proper irrigation in places. Tee boxes look like training grounds for rototiller olympics. The greens start to look normal and then they find a way to screw them up again !!! I see many branches left laying in place after a gusty wind liberates them and NOBODY picks them up. Traditionally speaking, once the pro shop gets your money, they're no longer interested in your customer satisfaction. Evidence by lack of beverage cart when needed. Marshall's are an absolute joke. Some of them are "Little Gestapos" in the way they speak to the paying public. We see them once in a blue moon and they spend most of their time racking up the miles or looking for balls and not tending to the source of income...US !!
Five hour rounds are commonplace. Their policy is 15 mins per hole = 4 1/2 hr round. Novel if no one is ahead of you. But routinely we've had to wait on every shot, every hole. It may only take 4.5 - 5 hrs sometimes, but that's not time well spent and certainly not what I paid for.
The tee times are spaced 7 or 8 mins apart and all but guarantee a log jam for the first 5 holes...unnecessary !!
You can't beat the location. It's quiet and serene. Reminds me of (the ultimate location) Tilden Park. They've had 4 golf pros in as many years. If they paid better wages for the greens keepers and inside staff, they'd get better quality of help. A more realistic maint budget would keep the 45 yr old golf course in better shape and the golfers would come back.
I recommend that everyone come out and play here, it's a fun place. Just don't let the environment get you down.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
We've done most everything here: kayaks, pontoon boats, sailboat, fishing, bird watching, hiking, horseback riding, picnics, wildlife observation...
Closed a couple of months during the winter. Boat and kayak rentals. Tackle/bait and cafe. Car, boat and fishing permit fees. Bring your own boat = must pass inspections.
Best stocked lake in the state...that's why the fishermen, birds and otters love it. Surrounded by open space; west and south side has trails going to other adjoining parks. Bald Eagles, Herons, Egrets, Pelicans, Osprey, Terns, Ducks, Geese, etc. All kinds of mammals; Cougars to Raccoons.
No bikes or dogs, permits required on EBMUD open space trails.
Limited wheelchair accessibility - last time we went, they didn't have the accessible dock hooked up to the paved walkway.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
Museum dedicated to the founder of the environmental movement.
I like visiting historic homes and it was nice to see this one. John Muir lived here as an adult when he took over his father-in-law's orchard business. The house isn't overly large, but has some nice views from the upper level. You can learn a bit about Muir by watching a short film in the visitor center and then tour the main house and the adobe out back. Cool things are the fact that the windows are old wavy glass and you can walk up to the attic and bell tower. It's rare to get into an attic in an old home. You kind of get an idea of what the view would have been back in Muir's day.
Plus, you can pick fruit in season from apple, peach, pear, lime, lemon, and persimmon trees or grapes off the vine for free! The grapes were like raisins on the vine when I was there. Tasty! And, you can see a sequoia that Muir planted.
3 based on 28 reviews
Boasting an Arabian Nights theme, this casino attracts American and Asian visitors wishing to try their luck.
Busy busy place, very crowded, machines too close together. Smoking allowed so be prepared, ashes everywhere, pretty disgusting. I have been to other smoking casinos, not so bad when they actually empty ashtrays and clean up a little. I couldn't play some machines because they were covered in ashes! I did win 1350.00 though.
5 based on 12 reviews
Whitewater rafting trips on the American River in Coloma, California. 7-acre river-beach campground with full amenities including daily river trips, nature trail, giant chess, pool tables, volleyball, horseshoes, store, and more. Also, outdoor centers, base camps and 1- & 2-day guided river trips starting daily on the Kern, Kaweah, Kings, Merced, Tuolumne and Yuba Rivers.
Seriously, that was what my 11-year-old said at the end of our three day trip. Our 17-year-old said it was up there too. We have been fortunate enough to have taken our kids to a lot of wonderful places. Hawaii, the Caribbean, Costa Rica, and so on, but big resorts don't hold a candle to the personal experience we had as a family learning to Whitewater Raft. Our guide, Lane wasn't just our rafting guide, he was one of the resident chefs, and all around buddy during the whole trip. The whole team took care of us wonderfully. The water was the highest it had been in years, so our campground was flooded out. We had to pitch our tent in the parking lot. No worries, the next morning, when another group left, they moved us down into the campsite, near the picnic tables. It was effortless. Easy breezy.
The food.... oh the food. It was delicious, and plentiful. My boys, husband included, liked the dutch oven brownies we had each night for dessert. The meals were incredible. Pancakes, eggs, bacon, fresh fruit (and yes, they lay it out like they do in the pictures in the brochure) juices, yogurts, pastries.... and that's just breakfast. Dinner? Grilled steak and chicken, fresh veggies, salad, homemade mashed potatoes. Oh, and don't forget about lunch and happy hour snacks. I'm a foodie, and these folks have introduced me to a whole new kind of camping.
Thanks to Karn, Lane and the rest of the gang for making this a very memorable family trip.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Park, great for dog walking and windsurf launches.
Point Isabel,,just West of 80 on Central,, has a great bike path up to the old Ford Plant,
the Best Dog Park, and windsurfing,, pretty great little place.
For instance today , it was 90 degrees in Benicia, and 70 degrees for a bike ride by the water from point Isabell up past the Richmond Marina
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