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On the coast of California, approximately 60 miles north of San Francisco, lies Bodega Bay; a charming, windy inlet that hugs the Pacific Coast shoreline and marks the boundary between Marin and Sonoma counties. Most famous as the setting of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller, The Birds, Bodega Bay offers far more than cinematic allure. Among the many reasons to visit the breezy, coastal enclave are quick daytrips to area hotspots, charter sportfishing and stunt kite-flys, but there are several more. Here’s a look at five Style faves.
August 23-24, 2008, marks the commencement of the 14th Annual Bodega Seafood, Art & Wine Festival, which, according to the event’s Web site, “offers a myriad of delicious foods, entertainment, wines, micro brews, and unique arts and crafts.” There is also dancing, environmental exhibits, a mouthwatering selection of seafood (don’t miss the chowder!), and the wares of more than 100 juried artisans – all in the beautiful backdrop of the bay. For more information, visit
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