Le Bateau Ivre - Tuesday 8 November - 7:00 PM
Located seven blocks south of the UC campus on the corner of Telegraph and Carleton, join Aging Conference colleagues, speakers and friends for a French-inspired 3 course conference dinner at Le Bateau Ivre Restaurant, Cafe and Coffeehouse, a Berkeley landmark. Established in 1972, Le Bateau Ivre was originally a residence built in 1898 by a French architect. Enjoy the warm and comfortable ambiance of a French home and good conversation at a time when many of our speakers are able to come together for more intimate conversations over great food and wine.
Evening Walking Tour of San Francisco - 9 November, 18:00 (6:00pm)
After meeting at the Downtown Berkeley BART station and riding across the Bay, our experienced tour guide will lead us through some of the historic neighborhoods of San Francisco. We will visit Union Square and Chinatown, and if time allows, we might also visit the Tao Temple, fortune cookie factory, or walk down the street of Painted Balconies.
Then we will venture to North Beach, Little Italy, and Fisherman’s wharf. Should you wish to stay in the area, be sure to ask about the wonderful restaurants and cafés!
Finally, we will ride the famous San Francisco Cable Car back to the BART station to head back to Berkeley.
Remember to wear comfortable shoes, and to eat before the tour. The cost per person includes transportation. Appropriate for ages 14 and up. Limited space is available.
Booking Information for Activities and Extras
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