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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Richmond, California.
With just slightly above 100,000 residents, Richmond is a pretty small town but with plenty to offer. Located 16 miles northeast of San Francisco, Richmond has its home on a peninsula separating San Francisco Bay and San Pablo Bay. This diverse and unique city boasts a total 32 miles of beautiful shoreline, so there is no shortage of natural beauty to enjoy. Once a settlement for Ohlone Indians over 5000 years ago, today's Richmond is a town with dozens of parks and ten sites listed under the National Register of Historic Places. Point Richmond, a village within the city limits, offers small-town appeal and quirky boutiques. Locals know the village, as The Point and offers locally owned stores, coffee spots and historic benches and streetlights. At the Masquers Playhouse you can catch performances year round, and at Red Oak Victory you can see the restored Victory ship which transported supplies during World War II. The Golden State Railroad Museum is an intricate series of model railroad layouts where visitors can try their skills with model trains from various eras. Terminals, trestles and tunnels are all imitated down to the very last detail, along with city scenes from the 1950s! Whether you are a hiker or a photographer, get your gear and stroll down to the Richmond Bay Trail, which features breathtaking views of the Bay Area. The trail is part of what will eventually become a consecutive 500-mile network around the San Pablo and San Francisco Bays. Richmond will not make you disappointed in the food department either. For the best burritos, check out Pepito's Deli, one of many Mexican restaurants on 23rd street. Donut lovers should hop down to the old-school Andy's Donut Shop, a long-time community staple without the modern hassle.
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