San Luis Obispo
Not only is California’s Central Coast some of the most stunning landscape in the country, it’s some of the most fertile too. Home to the state’s fastest growing wine region (Paso Robles) and an award-winning College of Agriculture, Food, & Environmental Sciences (at Cal Poly), this is the land of the foodie. That’s why it’s no surprise that Sunset Magazine, purveyor of all things classic California lifestyle, chose this region [&hellip
Summer, we’ve loved you, but we’re happy to have September’s clear skies and (ahem) “balmy” afternoons. And while giving up your carefree spirit is a bit of a drag, there’s a small sigh of relief in returning restless youngin’s to some structure. As though aware that back-to-school would signal “adult time,” Mother Nature happily aligned it with grape harvest. And because “harvest” and “festival” go hand in hand, September is [&hellip
With our hectic, always-on-the-run lives, sometimes we just need a few days to step outside, relax, and rejuvenate. Enter the yoga retreat, a perfect way to get away, recharge, and become mindful. Here, seven restorative yoga retreats near San Francisco.
We interrupt your healthy New Year’s resolutions with this message: It’s California Restaurant Month. We know, it seems like cruel and unusual punishment (or at least a serious test of willpower) to time a month’s worth of delicious deals with fresh starts and shiny new vows to work off that holiday gut. But think of it this way: Restaurant Month doesn’t have to be about gorging, and it can even help [&hellip
The second leg of my epic trip on the Coast Starlight Train took me from Monterey, down into Central California and stopping in San Luis Obispo—the idyllic blue-sky city that loves to tout its recognition as “the happiest city in America.” Getting There: The train from Salinas station to San Luis Obispo takes 3 hours, 20 minutes (from $40, or $55 total for a direct ticket from San Francisco). The [&hellip