To get to the lodge, cabins and campground, turn left on First Street.
The driveway is about one half block down First Street on the right.
The joint continued to fill up with more men—and some women—huddled in their own cliques.
The environment was similar at Coupa Café, a coffee shop in Palo Alto at which I’d heard all the VCs hang out.
Johnson's Beach offers everything you need for a great day, including canoes, kayaks, inner tubes, beach chairs, umbrellas, kiddie pool, snack bar with beer and wine, and more.
Just a short 90-minute drive from the Bay Area, head north on Highway 101 to the north end of Santa Rosa.
So, like the rest of the world, I joined Tinder, Hinge, and a brand new app called The League. People love to say this about the singles scene in Silicon Valley.
And, like most clichés, there’s a kernel of truth to it.
Turn left onto River Road and travel 15 miles to Guerneville. Okay, maybe no one actually was moving, but bachelorettes all over the country were joking about relocating to Juneau or Sitka because, according to those morning show polls, that's where all the men were.Well, now that distinction seems to have been bestowed upon Silicon Valley.(Last year, it had the highest ratio of single guys to single women in the country.) And I'm not going to pretend it didn't hold sway in my decision to move here from Manhattan eight months ago. After all, I've never been much into jocks and always would rather date a dude in a hoodie than one in a pinstripe suit.Plus, as a former New Yorker with a strong sense of style, I thought to myself, I would have the upper hand. While there are a lot of attractive options out here who match my type—smart, dark, slightly scruffy, maybe wearing glasses and a decent pair of jeans—very few of them seem to know how to make eye contact with a girl, even fewer know how to talk to her. Here is how: The odds are good, but the goods are odd.