Carolyn Seefer

Carolyn Seefer

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Business professor at a large community college near San Francisco; amateur photographer; avid reader; history buff; music lover; proud stepmom

Walnut Creek, California · ?Superuser Level 1
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10 places updated January 15, 2015
North Beach is the Italian neighborhood in San Francisco and still maintains that European feel today. Here are some of the best places to visit while here.
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15 places updated August 23, 2011
The small town of Chatham sits on the elbow of Cape Cod, surrounded on three sides by water. Here are some of the best things to do while visiting this quaint little village.
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9 places updated August 23, 2011
The Dupont Circle neighborhood in Washington, DC, is hot, and here are some places not to miss.
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3 places including The First Ladies Exhibition, Cape Cod Melody Tent, National Museum of American History
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    "Very friendly, professIonal staff, great quality cleaning. The only dry cleaner I use!"
    Carolyn SeeferCarolyn Seefer · December 10, 2011
    Dry Cleaner
    · Walnut Creek, United States
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    "The heart of North Beach, in the shadow of Sts. Peter and Paul Church. A great place to hang out, sip a coffee, and people watch. There are also regular art shows here."
    Carolyn SeeferCarolyn Seefer · August 23, 2011
    Park
    · San Francisco, United States
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    "Owned by filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, this cozy cafe serves up simple, hearty Italian food. Many of the wines poured here come from Francis Cord Coppola's vineyward, and movie memorabilia abounds!"
    Carolyn SeeferCarolyn Seefer · August 23, 2011
    Café
    · San Francisco, United States
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    "A tiny restaurant run by two sisters from Italy. Everything on the small menu is delicious. Don't miss the pesto pizza or the roast of the day. Well worth the time you'll likely have to wait in line!"
    Carolyn SeeferCarolyn Seefer · August 23, 2011
    Trattoria/Osteria
    · San Francisco, United States
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    "A museum dedicated to the Beat Generation, which grew right here in North Beach. A fantastic collection of Beat memorabilia that will take you back to this important time in literary history."
    Carolyn SeeferCarolyn Seefer · August 23, 2011
    Museum
    · San Francisco, United States
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    "Walk up Russian Hill from North Beach about three or four blocks, and you'll come to these famous wooden steps that were featured in the PBS version of Armistead Maupin's "Tales of the City.""
    Carolyn SeeferCarolyn Seefer · August 23, 2011
    Garden
    · San Francisco, United States
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