Rent a San Francisco Limousine
Tulsa resident Lenora Jenkins knows a little about life; she’s 107 years old. She says the Golden Rule has been the template for her life thus far, and she may be onto something.
Twenty or 30 years ago, few San Franciscans or visitors could have imagined that the Hayes Valley neighborhood would become one of the city’s best districts for shopping, dining and nightlife. Back then, the neighborhood’s nightlife was far less fun (and safe) than today’s, and it involved commercial pursuits that are traditionally non-taxable. Drugs, prostitution, tenement housing and all the predictable misery that comes with these problems defined Hayes Valley, and the neighborhood struggled for years.
For many years, San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood has been home to some of the city’s finest hotels, shops, restaurants and other businesses catering to the area’s well to do. Its position literally on the top of Nob Hill made it the perfect location for 19th Century barons of industry to build their stately mansions. The rich loved Nob Hill for the unobstructed views in each direction, easy access to Downtown and the Financial District and, most of all, its distance from the noise, crime, funk and other undesirable aspects of the waterfront.
The cool breezes and fog rolling in from the Pacific discourage many visitors to Ocean Beach most of the year. However, for some, these are endearing qualities rather than reasons to stay away. Ocean Beach is one of San Francisco’s best-kept secrets. If you’re a landlubber with warm clothes who is yearning to breathe in the fresh sea air, pack a picnic lunch, rent one of our Bay Area limos and enjoy a picnic on Ocean Beach! The bracing air deters most visitors, which is why this is a perfect location for a romantic picnic or a weekday getaway or both! Here is a checklist for enjoying a day or an evening at Ocean Beach:
No matter how much you love your job and your co-workers, it is human nature to look forward to the weekends. Weekends are when your time is your own and you can spend it on meaningful activities such as manufacturing reasons to avoid the house and yard work that you know needs to get done. It is also human nature to fall into routines. We get up, go to work, come home, eat, sleep, get up, go to work, etc. There’s nothing wrong with routines, but they are boring. Boring and repetitive. But there is good news: it is human nature to rebel against boredom and repetition. It’s easy to transform a Tuesday and Wednesday into a Saturday and Sunday if you’re willing to defy your routine.