Things To Do
Every year, the city of San Francisco joyously celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with the type of fantastic fanfare that we’ve come to know, love, and embrace here in the Bay Area. Brilliant colorful parades filled with bagpipers and cadence drummers, faithful parishioners attend powerful and uplifting church sermons, and large crowds of revelers line the streets to simply enjoy the holiday and their Irish heritage.
One of the best things about living in the Bay Area is that when our winter season rolls around, it’s usually more of a mild inconvenience, with slight temperature drops being the biggest problem. We don’t have to deal with the constant headaches of snow, and we certainly aren’t tasked with shoveling or salting like some of our friends around the rest of the country. In fact, most of us are completely comfortable with just grabbing our favorite hooded sweatshirt or light jacket and heading out the door. That being said, in just a few short weeks, the warm Bay Area breeze will be blowing through the air, the sun will be shining, the birds will be chirping, and it will be the perfect time to experience the Springtime sights & sounds of San Francisco!
Viewed by millions as one of the most exciting events on the PGA tour, the 75th annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am professional golf tournament teed off on February 8th, 2021, with 156 professional golfers in tow from around the world competing for that iconic trophy, title, and a whopping $7.8 million in winnings. Originally created by Bing Crosby and his friends in 1939 in Rancho Santa Fe, California as a way to raise money for local charities, this event now supports hundreds of non-profit organizations throughout Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz counties via the Monterey Peninsula Foundation.
Although vaccines are being produced and distributed at a rapid pace around the country, Valentine’s Day celebrations will probably look a little different this year, especially here in California where the amount of residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 just recently surpassed one million people. Continued restrictions and closures throughout the state have been challenging for day-to-day life, to say the very least, especially if you’re attempting to celebrate a special event or occasion. Here at Nationwide Limousine Service, we have an exceptional selection of luxury rentals that are absolutely perfect for Valentine’s Day, and we’ve upgraded our entire fleet of vehicles in order to be in complete compliance with the current coronavirus CDC recommendations so you can feel safe and secure while you snuggle up with your sweetheart.
Surprise your sweetheart with an out-of-this-world gift this Valentine’s Day with a luxury Rolls-Royce rental from Nationwide Limousine Service! Our elite fleet of vintage classic cars are in complete compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols and procedures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, so you can sit back, relax, and focus on creating those wonderful once-in-a-lifetime memories with your loved one without having to worry about anything else.
Cruise around the town and create some exciting, once-in-a-lifetime family memories this holiday season with a Bay Area Rolls-Royce classic car rental from Nationwide Limousine Service! Even though Christmas and New Year’s celebrations in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area will be slightly different this year, that certainly shouldn’t stop you and your loved ones from creating a little holiday magic of your own.
After the last of the turkey leftovers are wrapped up and the long-distance relatives have hit the road, come on over to Carmel-by-the-Sea for a little rest & relaxation in a luxury Rolls-Royce rental from Nationwide Limousine Service. Most of the country will be celebrating a much-deserved, extended three-day weekend due to the holiday, and if you’re looking for the perfect escape from the city and that sink full of dirty Thanksgiving dishes, then let NLS Limo take you on a trip of a lifetime to the cozy coastal city of Carmel.
As the last leaves fall from their almost-barren branches and the warm, comforting summer breeze of the Bay Area quickly transitions into that cool and crisp autumn weather that we know and love so well, we start to shift our attention towards the 2020 holiday season. Let’s be honest, this year has been less than stellar, to say the least, and with many San Francisco residents feeling the continued effects of lockdown fatigue, we’d thought it would be a perfect time to feature a selection of holiday sightseeing tours & trips so you can focus on the things that truly matter: your friends and family.
If you’ve looked at any event calendars over the past couple years, chances are good that you’ve seen the term “pop-up” applied to almost everything. Pop-up restaurants, pop-up art fairs, pop-up boutique stores, pop-up desert events, and pop-up fashion shows. Pop-ups are clearly something that lies at the center of the cultural imagination. For those who may not know, a pop-up is an event or a shop that “pops up” at a fixed location for a fixed amount of time before ceasing to exist. Obviously, this loosely defined event can become almost anything, which is why it should come as no surprise that San Francisco will soon have a pop-up comedy club.
It’s one of the most vibrant events in the entire world, where colors splash against colors, transforming people’s hair and skin, their clothing, the sidewalks and the streets into a kaleidoscopic tapestry enough to make anyone’s eyes turn into pinwheels. We are speaking here of the Indian celebration of Holi, which is an important marker of the transition out of winter and into spring. While the history of Holi stretches back all the way to at least the 7th century where mentions of it are made in a play written by Emperor Harsha, it is also a wildly contemporary event that serves to obliterate normal social boundaries as people gather together to dance, sing, and revel in bursts of color.