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Lying across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, the East Bay has a unique culture that's more laid back and uncomplicated than its Western neighbor's. Oakland, the area's largest city, is famous for its somewhat smaller Chinatown and its beautiful waterfront Jack London Square, as well as its large port and eucalyptus-spotted hills. Berkeley, just north, is home to the University of California and tens of thousands of students, as well as left-leaning politics and great food.
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Lying across the Bay Bridge from [[San Francisco]], the East Bay has a unique culture that's more laid back and uncomplicated than its Western neighbor's.  
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Oakland, the area's largest city, is famous for its somewhat smaller Chinatown and its beautiful waterfront Jack London Square, as well as its large port and eucalyptus-spotted hills. Berkeley, just north, is home to the University of California and tens of thousands of students, as well as left-leaning politics and great food.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:29, 5 January 2004

Lying across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, the East Bay has a unique culture that's more laid back and uncomplicated than its Western neighbor's.

Oakland, the area's largest city, is famous for its somewhat smaller Chinatown and its beautiful waterfront Jack London Square, as well as its large port and eucalyptus-spotted hills. Berkeley, just north, is home to the University of California and tens of thousands of students, as well as left-leaning politics and great food.

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