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Staycation in San Francisco

Feeling stuck at home with the kids with nothing to do?  With all the talk about social distancing and quarantine, I hear from many families that they are running out of ideas of things to do.  Fortunately, we live in a great area that has a lot of fun and enjoyable activities without having to travel far.   

Here are some ideas for you to consider during the summer: 


Spending time near or in the water is a great way to hang out and stay cool.  This is a great way to safely enjoy the outdoors when swimming pools are closed.  Since beaches are in an open area, there is a lower chance of contracting the virus especially if you maintain the social distance of 6 feet.  On the East Bay, you can get to Kirby Cove Beach where the view of the bridge is simply gorgeous.  Why Kirby Cove Beach?  It’s less crowded as you enjoy the mile-long walk down Kirby Cove Road. If you prefer to do more water activities, Bolinas Beach has plenty of waves for surfing and allows dogs to run off-leash. 


Since gyms and pools are closed, consider using nature as your personal gym.  What I like to do with my family is to take long trail walks or hikes.  If you want to increase your heart rate, even more, I’d suggest trail running as a great way to get out of crowded areas especially during weekdays.  A walk across the Golden Gate Bridge has a beautiful view and is great for a nice stroll. For a more difficult hike, Lands’ End Trail is 3.4 miles with plenty of wildflowers and allows leashed dogs. Philosopher’s Way is a unique trail with 14 stone markers that are meant to inspire contemplation. I would also recommend Crissy Field and walk along the promenade by the water until you get to the historical site built during the Civil War that overlooks the Golden Gate Bridge.  To avoid people, it is best to go early which is a great opportunity to go on a sunrise hike! 

Picnic with the view from Alamo Park. The famous “Painted Ladies” houses are in the foreground below the impressive skyline of the city. 

Family Picnics 

How about a family picnic with the family in the park?  As simple as cheese and wine and sparkling juice on a picnic blanket. You can put together a simple meal in your picnic basket, or if you want to support your favorite restaurant, you can order a takeout meal for the family. No need to go inside a restaurant; just head to your favorite local park and enjoy your meal outside in the beautiful summer weather. 

Video Dinners

One of the things I miss most is having dinners with family or friends.  How about a Zoom video dinner with friends or loved ones?  It’s a great way to connect during the quarantine.  To make it a little more fun and exciting, choose a theme for the dinner and compare your creations with one another.   

These are a couple of ideas I have recommended to my friends.  If you have any other recommendations, I’d love to hear from you.  We are privileged to live in this area where it is beautiful and we have many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.  There is a never-ending number of fun things to see, explore, and discover.  Go have fun!  And remember to stay healthy!   



As a top producing agent with 20+ years of experience in the East Bay, I have helped hundreds of clients build their wealth through real estate in the Greater San Francisco Bay area and the counties of Alameda and Contra Costa. As a former appraiser, my experience allows me to help my buyers know that they are paying the right price for their investment.  If you have any questions, I am here to be a resource for you. I love talking about real estate investing. 

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As a top producing agent with 20+ years of experience in the East Bay, I have guided hundreds of clients through the real estate process in the Greater San Francisco Bay area and the counties of Alameda and Contra Costa. My experience as a former appraiser allows me to help my clients understand the market and help them understand their options. If you have any questions, I am here to be a resource for you.

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Shapari Samimi holds a B.A. in Sociology & Anthropology from the University of Redlands, and an M.A in Strategic Public Relations from the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.  

Shapari is a Bay Area native, having grown up in El Cerrito and gone to school in Berkeley until college when she relocated to Southern California. She specializes in digital marketing and communications, and has previously worked for the University of Southern California’s School of Architecture, where she wrote editorial and managed social media campaigns showcasing new architectural designs and innovations from students and faculty. Shapari is passionate about creating exciting and inclusive digital marketing and communications campaigns — her skills as a writer, marketer and creative thinker allow her to bring a new and unique perspective to the team. 

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