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Super Bowl 50 Hotspots in Santa Clara, California

We’re counting down the days until Super Bowl 50. This year’s game between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos will be played in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, February 7. If you’re lucky enough to escape the cold East Coast weather for a weekend of sunshine and football, here are some spots to check out while you’re there! 

Take a stroll to the historic Mission Santa Clara de Asis:


View art at the de Saisset Museum, where you can view the On Top of the Game exhibition that highlights the sports history of Santa Clara from 1851-1950 :


Practice your swing at the Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club located a few miles away from the stadium. This par 72 championship course is one of California’s most coveted greens:


Sit outside and enjoy free concerts at the Central Park Pavilion, where you can walk and enjoy what Santa Clara has to offer:


Have dinner at Bourbon Steak at Levi’s Stadium (site of the Super Bowl). Enjoy high-quality steak dishes and traditional pub food all while watching the game or viewing the 49ers museum:


See the Mission Gardens at Santa Clara University, where you can enjoy beautiful views in a peaceful setting:


If you’re heading to Santa Clara and haven’t booked a hotel stay yet, visit the website below, which will give you access to the best Super Bowl hotel packages available for that weekend.

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  1. EmmaEmma07-17-2016

    Shoot, who would have thohugt that it was that easy?

  2. I Will have to come back again whenever my course load lets up – however I am getting your Rss feed so i could go through your site offline. Thanks.

  3. Fried chicken.. so good! Think I need to make my way here because fried chicken is one of my weaknesses! Love bibimbap that have cruncy rice at the bottom – its the only way it should be eaten!!

  4. Ah, oh my god, I hate when I see more than one of the same insect over the course of a few days. I get SO nervous that there's a whole family hiding somewhere.So excited for Mockingjay, but I have to finish about 600 pages of summer reading books before I get to read it. :S *rushes*

  5. Well, I’ve heard Spitaler’s paper on this at the Int’l SBL meeting, and I’d say that the_cave has basically identified both Spitaler’s problem with “in vain” as a translation and his answer: that it means more than ‘gratuitously’.

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