285 guest rooms; and Anaheim Garden Walk, a shopping and dining resort within walking distance from the Anaheim Convention Center. There is also one poolside suite and two meeting rooms that can seat up to 40 people, as well as alternative accommodations across the street for long-term guests in a bungalow and four-plex apartment style building.
Reputed to be Orange County's "Best Steak & Seafood Restaurant" and designated as a 1909 Historical Landmark, it has a distinct Italian decor. The original building, located on Bakersfield’s main street, had a funky retro feel with a raised courtyard and pool in the center.
The renovations have enhanced the artful look, with Harlequin-style flooring in shades of beige and chocolate brown, and classic black and white photos in the hallways and guestrooms.
For travelers who require excellent service and economy-driven accommodations, centrally located just one mile from the Convention Center, the new Guesthouse International Inn and Suites will be the place to stay.
New at UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, perched high atop the Berkeley Hills with a panoramic, seagull’s eye view of San Francisco Bay, is “Science on a Sphere,” an interactive exhibit that creates stunning visual effects from real scientific data, and displays them on a 6-foot-diameter globe.
Three-dimensional video projectors show visitors such effects as the expanding wave pattern of a devastating tsunami, massive storms forming and moving over Earth’s oceans and landmasses, and night lights around the globe that reveal our planet’s most densely populated areas.
Since its opening in 1995, the Tanger Outlet Center in Barstow has earned its reputation as a bargain hunter’s paradise in the southern California desert.
Dining options are also versatile, with family friendly dining, a bar and grill and fine dining.