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... hold, and expectations are high. We're setting off cross-country for this summer's adventure. As we launch from Pittsburgh's Fort Pitt Bridge for the remote destination of San Francisco, we can't help but feel a thrill of excitement for all the living ...
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A Travel Blog entry by drivingwitha6pk from Golden Gate Bridge, California, United States
... out and headed to Chick-fil-a for lunch; for the last time. We then loaded up the truck and headed over to the Golden Gate Bridge for some sightseeing. We took some good pictures of the bridge with the city, in clear view, in the background. We even ...
A Travel Blog entry by danandhat from Golden Gate Bridge, California, United States
... have caused havoc! We had to wait around at Fisherman's Wharf for about 3 hours to catch the Hop-on Hop-off bus to the Golden Gate Bridge. Going across the bridge was brilliant, and it is quite long. On our way back from the bus, we were walking along ...
A Travel Blog entry by comeasyouare from Golden Gate Bridge, California, United States
... Killer-less day, I decided to travel around and see the noteworthy sights. The most noteworthy, of course, being the Golden Gate Bridge. Construction began on January 5th, 1933 and the bridge officially opened on May 27th, 1937 (which incidentally is LC ...
A Travel Blog entry by tridentalx from San Francisco, California, United States
... ; It has now been renovated and turned over to housing and office spaces and occupies both sides of the run-up to the Golden Gate Bridge. View No 1 could be seen as you drove around past Fort Mason and the Marina then we stopped at Fort Point. This ...
A Travel Blog entry by travel_coats from San Francisco, California, United States
Caught a bus to the base of the Golden Gate Bridge. We walked across it and back. Was good to do and so many people walking walking and cycling across it. We then caught the bus into the city and went ...
A Travel Blog entry by johntui from San Francisco, California, United States
... up the hills. I'm happy to report, they walked only one section of the ride - which was the last sharp turn up onto the bridge. The ride ended in Sausalito where we got the Ferry back to Fisherman's wharf and then rode the short bit back to the bike ...
A Travel Blog entry by benleah from San Francisco, California, United States
... . The following day we battled the very confusing San Francisco public transport system to make our way out to Golden Gate Bridge. The famous red/orange Bridge is quite a sight to see, stretching across the already picturesque San Francisco harbour ...
A Travel Blog entry by rosssarahmeg from San Francisco, California, United States
... ;I could pedal Dad by myself. We rode onto the Golden Gate Bridge and then across the bridge and down to the ferry. The Golden Gate bridge was very big, and large. I saw water under the bridge and a container ship. On the bridge we had ...
A Travel Blog entry by jdboy from San Francisco, California, United States
... down to 'Crissy Field' on the waterfront, rode past the Presidio, and followed the beach towards the base of the Golden Gate Bridge. I stopped several times for photos including a few of two America's Cup teams who were practicing - Team Oracle and the ...
A Travel Blog entry by malonetravels2 from San Francisco, California, United States
... , on bikes, walking, walking with dogs, small children and so on. There is construction going on around the entrance to the Golden Gate Bridge from the San Francisco side and so we were directed on how to get up onto the bridge. It was a steep climb and ...
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