Generation of Hipsters
Mylo Hotel – short for “My Love” – is laid-back, lyrical nod to San Francisco’s most defining era. The budget traveler’s answer to high-priced San Francisco hotel rooms, this 36-room charmer in Daly City just minutes from downtown San Francisco hits on all the right notes. Behind its 60s-era facade are fun guest rooms, and the decade's favorite tunes. And while the hotel pays homage to a bygone era, its thoughtful services and high-tech amenities are the modern day marvels today’s freethinking travelers expect.
When the San Francisco Cherry Blossom Festival began in 1967, who would have thought that it would grow into one of the largest cherry blossom festivals in the entire United States?Read more