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... The food choices are great and in most cases the food seems to be great. I look forward to dinner every night. We both are finding San Francisco a breath of fresh air. We haven’t enjoyed a city quite as much as this for the whole trip and it is a ...
... offer. We stopped at the crooked street in he world, which features on a lot of films. Speaking of roads,the streets of San Francisco are bloody steep! This means that any walking that was to be done, meant some not so leisurely strolls, but one positive ...
It is the eve before my 30-hour departure to India (via Cincinnati to Paris to New Delhi) and I am feeling very excited and a bit fatigued after learning to maneuver on my crutches for the past four days. I tore a muscle behind my left knee from a little ...
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Departs from Fisherman's Wharf, 2698 Mason Street, Offices: 1384 Rollins Rd., Burlingame, CA San Francisco, California, United States
This is a great way to see San Francisco with only a few other passengers. Heated, Open-Air, Pre-1930s Cars show the main parts of the City, but highlight the more unique and harder to get to locations. Mr. Toad's Tours is Only Available in San Francisco.
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Alcatraz Landing, Pier 33, Embarcadero San Francisco, California, United States
Park rangers conduct tours by recounting the prison's thrilling history along with intriguing anecdotes about Al Capone and other legendary figures that made a "home" here.
Lincoln Boulevard, near Doyle Drive and Fort Point, San Francisco, California, United States
Stretching 4,200 feet and towering as high as a 65-story building, this well-known bridge is the gateway to San Francisco.