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... Bridge. We took the MUNI bus (local transit) to the closest we could get, then we walked about 3 miles along the Marina district and the Presidio area until arriving at the Bridge. Last time I was in San Francisco, I did this excursion by bike which was fantastic…however, if you were in Bermuda and saw my Mom on a moped - hell, no! She was NOT going on a bike! Haha. She even joked about trying the Segway tour….not a chance!
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... fairly similar. The tour to Alcatraz was still worth doing because, well, its Alcatraz - and we got to stand in the cell that Al Capone aka Scarface was kept in!
Following Alcatraz, we went to Pier 39 for lunch. This place is very touristy, but still cool! It is essentially a pier full of restaurants, bars, candy stores, ice-cream parlours, tourist shops etc. Visiting the candy stores is an experience in itself, they literally have anything you can think of, I saw ...
... of a way to accomplish that than to travel.
I'd have to say that living in the Bay Area provides for countless day trips, quick overnight vacations, and limitless transportation. I love it. In high school I used to look out the window during class and watch the planes take off from SFO. Just think, for every airplane you see in the sky (and living in the home town of SFO, I see a lot), there are dozens of people about to embark ...
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