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Cirque du Soleil

Every time that Cirque du Soleil comes to town, you can expect a performance that is unique, compelling, and endlessly entertaining.  Read more

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Oh, What a Night

The Four Seasons was an incredibly successful American band in the 1960s and 1970s, and their story was the basis for the smash Broadway hit Jersey Boys. Read more

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Light Up Your Holidays

Every year, one of the most exciting events in the entire San Francisco Bay Area is the annual lighting of the Christmas tree in Union Square. Read more

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Pumpkin Patch Fun

Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch was the first of its kind when it opened in 1979, and it continues to be the premier pumpkin patch in the entire Bay Area. Read more

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Squash the Competition

Squash is a sport that is very similar to tennis and racquetball, and it is just as exciting as both of them. Read more

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Bay Area Brew Festival

The sixth annual Bay Area Brew Festival takes place on August 18th this year. Read more

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The Crookedest Street in the World

Even though Lombard Street is known as the most crooked street in the world, it is actually not even the most crooked street in San Francisco. Read more

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A Night at the Theatre

Stephen Karam’s play, The Humans, was the 2016 Tony Award winner for best play, and it is being performed at the SHN Orpheum Theatre from June 5-17. Read more

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The Old Ball Game

Ever since the Giants moved from New York to San Francisco in 1958, going to see them play a live baseball game has been one of San Francisco’s most popular activities. Read more

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Celebrate Spring at the Cherry Blossom Festival

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

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Paddy's Day Parade

Can you believe that the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in San Francisco has been running for over 160 years? Read more

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Three Brews for You

San Francisco is home to one of the most exciting and fastest growing microbrewery scenes in the entire country. Read more

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Noir City

January 26- February 4, 2018 are the dates for this year’s Noir City Film Festival in San Francisco. Read more

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A Christmas Carol

When Charles Dickens first published A Christmas Carol in December of 1843, he probably had no idea that it would become a treasured holiday tradition for over 150 years. Read more

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A Night at the Opera

In the next month, the San Francisco Opera is putting on three outstanding productions that you are certain to love. Read more

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3 Bay Area Haunts for Halloween

This Halloween season, you should consider a visit to any of the following 3 haunted locations in the Bay Area. Read more

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Are You Ready For Some Football?

While you might be a little sad that summer has come to end, one good thing about the coming of fall is the beginning of the NFL season. Read more

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Desi Comedy Fest

On August 20, the 4th Annual Desi Comedy Fest will be performed at the Marines' Memorial Theatre in San Francisco. Read more

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Edvard Munch

Edvard Munch was one of the most talented, celebrated, and controversial artists of his generation. Read more

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San Francisco Zoo

The San Francisco Zoo is one the best places in the entire Bay Area for a day of family fun and adventure. Read more

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Plan Your Escape

Escape rooms have become extremely popular lately, but the first “escape room” was created by the king of thrilling escapes, Mr. Harry Houdini himself. Read more

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San Francisco International Film Festival

2017 marks the 60th anniversary of the San Francisco International Film Festival. Read more

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NBA Basketball

As the NBA season reaches its conclusion, you only have a few more opportunities to see one of the most exciting teams in the league, the Golden State Warriors. Read more

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California Academy of Sciences

How would like to visit a world-class aquarium, a planetarium, and a natural history museum, all under the same roof? Read more

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Ready, Aim, Fun!

What do you have in common with Robin Hood, Legolas, and Hawkeye? Read more

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Union Square on Ice

It is the perfect opportunity to partake in one of the Bay area’s favorite holiday traditions, ice skating at Union Square. Read more

Renegade Craft Fair

Be a Renegade

If you are looking for one of a kind gifts for this holiday season, you should definitely visit the Renegade Craft Fair in San Francisco that is taking place November 19-20. Read more

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The Grand National Rodeo

For 2 exciting weekends in October, the Grand National Rodeo will be performing right here in Daly City. Read more

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The Original Fish Taco

If you are looking for one of the best fish tacos that you will ever have in your life, then Rubio’s in Daly City has got you covered!  Read more

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Laugh Out Loud

Endgame Improv has nightly comedy shows that are sure to tickle your funny bone. Read more

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Anchors Aweigh!

During your stay in the San Francisco Bay area, you will not want to miss the opportunity to tour one of the oldest breweries in the United States. Read more

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Early Bird Alcatraz

Everyone has heard the old age "the early bird gets the worm." Well that is especially true when considering a visit to one of the Bay Area’s most popular tourist destinations, Alcatraz Island. Read more

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Catch a Ball Game near Daly City Hotel | Mylo

Baseball season is upon us! That means it’s time to grab your baseball cap and glove and head to AT&T Park to root for the beloved San Francisco Giants. Read more

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Horseback Riding on the Beach

Who wouldn’t want to see the beautiful California seacoast while also enjoying the adventure of a guided horseback ride? Well, you can just do that by visiting the Mar Vista Stables in Daly City. Each tour begins with a trip down a cliff side Read more

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San Francisco's Top 5 Scenic Lookout Points

San Francisco is famous for having some of the best scenic lookout points. Now that you are in our city, we want you to experience the best of the best. Just a short drive from our San Francisco-area hotel, here are our top five scenic lookout points for an afternoon hike or an end to a romantic evening. Read more

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Let's Take a Detour

We’ve found one of the most interesting and most affordable ways to do a guided tour of San Francisco. If this is your first time visiting the area, we recommend taking a little detour. "Detour" is a location-aware phone app that provides cool Read more

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Find Some Zen

Looking for a sanctuary within the city? We recommend heading to the Japanese Tea Garden, the perfect place to unplug and spend some time quiet time with nature. Read more

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Christmas, Victorian-Style

If you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate the holiday season this year, we recommend checking out the Great Dickens Christmas Fair for a taste of Christmas in Victorian London, right here in Daly City!  Read more

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Spooky Science

The California Academy of Sciences is already an incredible interactive museum and aquarium and so much more, but this October 31st it gets a special Halloween makeover! Read more

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Your Mission? Enjoy Mission Park

As fall comes to California, now's the time to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather. One of the best places to soak up some fresh air without having to leave the city is Mission Dolores Park, located less than fifteen minutes from our San Francisco area hotel. Read more

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Pages of History

At the nexus of North Beach and Chinatown, about twenty minutes from our San Francisco area hotel is a piece of literary cultural history in the form of City Lights Bookstore. Read more


Museum with a View

There are all kinds of great museums in San Francisco, but the de Young Museum, the fifth most-visited art museum in the nation, stands out in a couple of ways. Read more

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A Club You Won't Forget

In the heart of San Francisco's Mission District is Amnesia, a little club whose claims to fame are incredible music, inexpensive drinks and a fun, friendly atmosphere. Their front sign reads "Be nice or leave -- This is a Grown Folks establishment," and people seem to take it to heart. Read more

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Bowling for Beers

Let's get one thing straight from the get-go: Mission Bowling Club is not your grandad's bowling alley. Read more

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My Kind of Pi

On Saturday, March 14, one of San Francisco's best attractions waives its admission fee. For those of you who didn't ace Algebra, that's National Pi Day at the Exploratorium, a quirky but beloved international holiday celebrating the never-ending number... Read more