Shopping here is rather like slipping through Lewis Carroll's looking glass. Dried flowers, French silk ribbons, antique ... More
Tail of the Yak
Shopping here is rather like slipping through Lewis Carroll's looking glass. Dried flowers, French silk ribbons, antique figurines of saints, earrings, odd-shaped vases and an ever-changing selection of curios await you in a carefully arranged jumble. The net effect is rather surreal and, on the whole, pleasant. You will feel as if you have slipped out of the hurry-scurry 21st century and into a dreamy past of perfect gifts.
The Brick Path Bed and Breakfast, located approximately 2 miles from The University of California and Downtown Berkeley, is nestled
in Berkeley's Thousand Oaks neighborhood, where ancient sycamores and well kept homes and gardens line the streets. The popular ...
If you are looking for inexpensive, yet cheery, lodging in central Berkeley, this place is made to order. The quaint,
three story hotel with its slight Victorian touches and friendly staff will make you feel welcome. Located in the ...
Perennially ranked among the top universities in the country, the 1,365 acre, 465 building campus offer visitors as well as
students museums, libraries, superb views from the campanile, public lectures by Nobel laureates, world class entertainment and NCAA sports. ...