6:21 am, day one.
The airport shuttle was already waiting for me when I got to the front door. I apologized for being late and said the drivers normally call when they are a couple of minutes away.
The driver said, “Oh, you’re right on time!”
He was already far too excited for that time of morning, but I hoped for the best and hopped into the van.
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Amtrak’s Capitol Corridor service is a pleasant way to get from the Bay Area to Sacramento. It’s a nice option for avoiding the traffic to and from San Francisco on Interstate 80, taking about two hours.
Aside from all the refineries lining the water, the views of San Francisco Bay and the Delta region can’t be beat. It’s
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This weekend, I had the opportunity to attend The Creators Project, a conglomeration of art, music, design and technology presentations sponsored by Intel and Vice. Similar to sort of a mini, two-day SXSW, The Creators Project has been in existence for 3 years, but 2012 saw its first visit to San Francisco.
Tickets were available for free through a lottery announced just a couple of weeks ago. My friend Alex and I were lucky enough to snag some, so we
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Given that San Francisco-based Virgin America is positioning itself as a trendier airline focusing on younger travelers, it was only a matter of time that they would make their way to Portland, Oregon.
I’m particularly excited about these new flights, since airfares from SFO to PDX are typically quite expensive, especially when compared to flying to Seattle. Hopefully the new routes from
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