Monday, May 24, 2010

Musee Mechanique Pier 45 Shed A Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco, CA 94133

Musee Mechanique is a museum for machines. All you have to do is take some pocket change to the Musee Mechanique and you will have the opportunity to see a variety of automations comes to life. The automations include machines like “Orchestrion”, “Regina Music Box” and “Royal Court.”Admission is free but you have to pay to operate the machines.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bay area MAKER FAIRE 2010

Maker Faire is a two-day, family-friendly event that celebrates the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset. It's for creative, resourceful people of all ages and backgrounds who like to tinker and love to make things. So much to see, you will need 2 days to see it all!

The Call for Makers is now officially closed for the 5th Annual Maker Faire Bay Area 2010!
Thank you for the record response. It's going to be an amazing Maker Faire with many new and past Makers showcasing the most innovative and inspiring creations yet! Check out the Call for Makers for information on alternative ways to participate at Maker Faire. Makers showcasing the most innovative and inspiring creations yet! This year's focus is on Young Makers. Join your fellow Makers for the most innovative, inspired and best Maker Faire yet!
MAY 22 & 23
San Mateo County Event Center
Sat : 10am-8pm Sun : 10am-6pm

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Bay to Breaker!

The Bay to Breakers (ING Bay to Breakers for sponsorship reasons) is an annual footrace which takes place in San FranciscoCalifornia on the third Sunday of May. The name reflects the fact that the race starts at the northeast end of thedowntown area a few blocks from The Embarcadero (adjacent to San Francisco Bay) and runs west through the city to finish at the Great Highway (adjacent to the Pacific coast, where breakers crash onto Ocean Beach). The complete course is 7.46 miles (12 kilometers) long.[1] The event is well-known for many participants engaging in varying degrees of public nudity.

This is Bay to Breakers, an annual festival of 75,000 people of free expression, limited inhibitions and limitless alcohol (despite recent efforts to curb this portion of the event). It's quintessential San Francisco, a gathering of gays and and straight people, of the clothed and the not-clothed, of the drinking and the drunk, all joined together for a day of drink-filled fun.

It is basically a morning Mardi Gras. They dress up in costumes if, in fact, they dress at all.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

The Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf 145 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

This museum has wax replicas of over 250 famous figures. The wide variety of exibits range from people in Sports and Entertainment to Zombies. Tickets for adults are $14 and $7 dollars for children.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Facebook and Junnoon in Palo Alto

San Jose Mexican Restaurant in Lumberton

Ma-Ma-Mia Italiano-MAGGIANO

If you are an Italian, you know what Italian food tastes like. If you are not, and wanna try Italian, then i would recommend Maggiano-True Italian Experience. Maggiano is located in Santana Row and the food is awesome and off the hook. Check it out