KOOZA Through January 13, 2008
KOOZA is a return to the origins of Cirque du Soleil. This spectacular show combines two circus traditions, acrobatic performance and the art of clowning, and highlights the physical demands of human performance. KOOZA will wow you with acts that challenge the senses and keep your pulse pounding.AT&T Park24 Willie Mays Plaza Tickets: (800) 678-5440Click here for more information
Dine About Town 01/15/2008 Through 01/31/2008
The ever-popular Dine About Town event is right around the corner, and this year’s explosion of flavors might just be the tastiest yet. During Jan. 15–31, dozens of favorite and new San Francisco restaurants will offer creative yet affordable three-course prix-fixe menus at $21.95 for lunch and $31.95 for dinner. This is your chance to savor some of the nation’s most talked-about cuisine at SF’s hottest restaurants without breaking the bank. Book your travel plans now and make your restaurant reservations ASAP — time slots during these two weeks will fill up fast! Click here for all the delectable details including a list of participating restaurants. ===========================================================
01/19/2008 Through 01/19/2008 PIER 39 San Francisco Fishermans Wharf Free Admission
Anniversary of the Sea Lions' Arrival PIER 39 commemorates the seventeenth anniversary of the sea lions’ arrival. Through the years, these playful pinnipeds have taken up residence to the delight of thousands of spectators. Each January, their numbers soar as hundreds of marine mammals return for the plentiful herring supply in San Francisco Bay. In addition to enjoying hundreds of sea lions in close proximity, visitors can talk with knowledgeable Marine Mammal Center docents and stop by the Whale Bus for a thorough educational experience. PIER 39’s K-Dock has been declared a “Watchable Wildlife” viewing area by the California Watchable Wildlife Project. Time: Saturday 12:00pm-4:00pm(415) 705-5500Email:mailto:email@example.comURL:http://www.pier39.com/
Fewer crowds, mild temperatures and easier-than-ever online ticketing make right now the time to plan a visit to Alcatraz Island. If you have any doubts about whether a trip to “the Rock” is worth it, rest assured there’s a reason why it tops lists of San Francisco must-sees and why Forbes Magazine says a visit to Alcatraz is “worth every penny.” You’ll tour the island’s former federal penitentiary; hear chilling stories told by former prisoners and wardens; be amazed by gardens, tide pools and bird colonies; swoon over the sweeping bay views; and learn some surprising history about the island. Click here to book your tickets now!
Call us 1-800-428-4748 for reservations! New rooms and great winter specials!