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Grab your love beads, dust off your caftan, and paint a peace sign on your cheek, you’re heading to San Fran, baby, yeah! Okay, so actually, you can forget all that because one of America’s most iconic destinations left its "Summer of Love" reputation behind a long time ago and is now a 21st-century hot-spot for trendy travelers. I have a Special to a perfect location in one of the world’s premier cities - the Riu Plaza Fishermans Wharf!  

Ready to soak up all the classic sites, smells, and scenes of Fisherman’s Wharf?  Then the Riu Plaza Fisherman's Wharf - it has everything for you!  Always wanted to tour Alcatraz? Laugh with the barking sea lions at Pier 39? Revel in the famous chocolate, some Dungeness crab, or San Francisco sourdough bread? As a guest at the Riu Plaza Fisherman’s Wharf, it’s all just steps away.  It’s genuinely one of my favorite destinations, and one visit is never enough. So hop on board a streetcar named Desire, hold on tight, and book this vacay to San Francisco in all its crazy glory!

San Francisco
$819.00 ~ Per Person

Winter Travel Package Price
Package Includes:
5 Nights/6 days Hyatt Fishermans Wharf
(Extra Nights Available)
Roundtrip Airfare & All Transfers

Not All-Inclusive

 4 1/2 Star Hotel

Tax $69.00*

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This Price may not be available for your dates of travel
And this price may not be available for Holiday or Spring Break Travel
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Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco features two unique dining experiences at The Wardroom and Brick & Beam. Enjoy a meal at the signature restaurant, which offers an all-day dining experience, sample morning coffee, and pastries before heading to San Francisco’s Pier 39! Or enjoy a dinner with a locally-inspired menu and serving craft cocktails, craft beers, and of course, California wines!

If keeping up your bod fit is important to you, you can work out in the state-of-the-art gym! Or spend the afternoon (or morning) lounging in the outdoor pool!

After all that activity and touring the city, it's time to snuggle into one of the air-conditioned rooms. Just sit back and relax in your modern, spacious room and plan the next day’s activities! Amenities include ironing facilities, a safety deposit box, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Deluxe bedding is included along with a spacious desk and chair.

This city certainly puts the ‘u’ in unique! With beautiful open spaces, a bridge that’s the envy of the world and charming harbor-side towns, The City by the Bay is a sight to behold. Union Square’s shopping, Alcatraz Island, and a stunning Golden Gate Park make for an offbeat city that refuses to blend in!  There’s something for everyone at Fisherman’s Wharf! Pose with a celebrity wax figure, catch a shark feeding, or jump into a 3D interactive film. At night, stay entertained with live music, theater, dancing, comedy clubs, and much more.

Lombard Street

The enormous tech industry just up the highway in Silicon Valley has provided San Francisco with a new generation of pioneers, trailblazers, and visionaries. That means there’s an explosion of cool bars, trendy restaurants, and boutique hotels popping up left, right, and center, making San Francisco one of the best spots to stay in northern California. You’re right in the middle of wine country, and you’ve got iconic landmarks like the Golden Gate bridge, the wonderfully wiggly Lombard Stree! Zigzag down Lombard Street, complete with no less than eight hairpin bends, it's San Francisco’s craziest rollercoaster street!

Check out the sea lions sunning at Pier 39!

Known most widely as the "Paris of the West," San Francisco combines a European joie de vivre with the relaxed spirit of American individualism. At the top of Nob Hill, the InterContinental Mark Hopkins offers the most commanding view of this enchanting city. Situated minutes from the business districts and the city's most alluring attractions, the Mark Hopkins is regarded as one of the city's most prestigious addresses.

Perched on 43 hills, “everybody’s favorite city” has the most diverse neighborhoods. Try North Beach settled by the Italians and still home to pasta restaurants and cappuccino bars. Try the "Stinking Rose" or "The Mona Lisa" Restaurants! Or stumble upon beatnik and flower power haunts dating back to the 50s and 60s, including Haight Ashbury, the spiritual home of 1967's "Summer of Love." Then there's the lively Mission District of San Francisco, favored by Latin Americans and don't miss Chinatown, the largest outside Asia.

And you wine buffs -Don't forget Napa Valley - located only one hour away! This valley is undulating with land rising with grapevines and wineries! It will bring you amazing natural features, provide the freshest air, and make you feel relaxed. There's horse riding, hiking, or bike trails. It also includes golf activities, shopping dining, wine tasting, and festivities indoor and outdoor!

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Bring Binoculars & Watch Your Step!

With the Grand Canyon on your right, the valley on your left, the night sky above, and the multitude of restaurants and bars ahead, you'll be elated with my outstanding package to Arizona!  Just dive in and book this adventure to remember! Nestled in the heart of Grand Canyon National Park, is the Yavapai Lodge! Surrounded by Pinyon and Juniper woodlands, it's a natural wonderland that's a half-mile from the canyons' southern rim - perfect for pics! Being so close – within two minutes you are walking on the edge of the canyon!

Flagstaff is known for many things: a gateway to the Grand Canyon; home to Northern Arizona University; the Dark Sky City (some of the best star-gazing in the country); The Valley's (Metro Phoenix) favorite cool-weather getaway; and locally, Flagstaffians' like to joke that Flagstaff is a drinking city with an outdoor problem (there are more microbreweries than most towns) cause the outdoor adventure culture is strong, to say the least.) You're gonna LOVE this vibrant mountain college town 7,000 feet above sea level!

Flagstaff, Arizona
$889.00~ Per Person
Package Includes:
5 Nights - Yavapai Lodge ®
 Roundtrip Airfare/Flagstaff Airport
Rental Car - Unlimited Mileage

Tax $69.00*

*Price is Per Person
This price may not be available for your dates of travel
And this price may not be available for other Holiday Travel
Blackout dates apply - (Packages at this price are limited)

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The Yavapai is not only a popular lodging facility, it's the largest! The park’s free shuttle has stops at Yavapai Lodge, making it easy to get anywhere in the park without moving your car!

Located inside the national park, it sports 358 no-frill guestrooms. There are six East buildings and ten West buildings, known as Yavapai East and Yavapai West. All rooms contain a flat-screen television, mini-fridge, and coffee maker. Free WiFi is available in the Yavapai Lodge main building. Bringing the kids? There are family rooms available too.

You won't have to look far to enjoy a delicious meal, cause the Yavapai Lodge Restaurant features Southwest-inspired cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Anytime you're ready for a drink the Yavapai Tavern features Arizona craft beer, wine, and signature cocktails, and it's a great place to soak up all that nature!

This lodge sits adjacent to the Canyon Village Market Plaza with all of its shops, eateries, and other conveniences including a Canyon Village Market & Deli, offering groceries and souvenirs, along with camping & hiking gear. The deli offers quick and easy meal options. There's a bank, laundry, and a post office here too! What a treat to be in this nature wonderland!

"Grand" doesn't begin to do this canyon justice. Measuring approximately 277 miles in length, up to 18 miles in width and a mile deep, this massive chasm in northern Arizona is truly a natural wonder. For six million years, the Grand Canyon has expanded with the help of the mighty Colorado River, and for centuries, people from all over the globe have traveled to gaze out over its red and orange grandeur. Did you know? It's managed by the National Park Service and officially designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site?

Flagstaff is close to nature, it has a laid-back, college-town vibe to it, and has local breweries and shops that make it feel like a place you wouldn’t get bored in. Also, its location on Route 66 makes for some great road trips! Flagstaff is a great base to go explore some places south, such as native ruins at Tuzigoot or the red rocks in Sedona!

Check out the Hotel Monte Vista - the bar there was the very first speakeasy! The Lumbaryard Brewing Company is a great place to eat in Flagstaff! You'll end up going back a couple of times because of the beloved mac n’ cheese and the price is right! The building used to be a lumber yard but was converted into a microbrewery/ brewpub. The drinks and late-night appetizers were well priced and everything on the menu was delicious!

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