Peninsula, Holiday Week 2013-2014 (8 images). Posted January 13, 2014 by admin Interstate 280 just south of San Francisco. When you’re doing the Peninsula route, you take your food where you can get it. I used to hit this place for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The Hearst house, Santa Inez St. When Patricia Hearst was kidnapped, news reporters set up a media camp here outside the gate. Some say it was the first in television history. Church of All Russian Saints. Burlingame. The city of San Mateo up by the 280 is perhaps the best neighborhood for Eichler Houses in the world. But I think this fortress-like Eichler is down around Sunnyvale. El Camino Real. Running for 25 miles across the entire length of the Peninsula and hitting over a dozen cities , the stretch of El Camino Real known as Route 82 is more reminiscent of L.A. than any other Bay Area road, and by L.A. I mean 1970s Glendale. El Camino Real restaurant sign. El Camino Real apartments Corner house. San Mateo, near 280.