San Francisco

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San Francisco, California
San Francisco - Fisherman`s Wharf
San Francisco - ``Dim Sum Anyone``
San Francisco - Cable Car
San Francisco - Alcatraz Island
San Francisco - Lombard Street
San Francisco - Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco Reviews

loripori loripori
272 reviews
SAN FRANCISCO Feb 05, 2017
What can I say? But I can sing "I left my heart in San Francisco". We absolutely loved San Francisco--from the cable car ride to Fisherman's Wharf (of course we had chowder in a sourdough bowl). Had Dim Sum - even tried chicken feet soup. hehe!

We took the ferry to elegant Sausalito with all its quaint shops and restaurants. Enjoyed spectacular views of Golden Gate and the Bay Bridge. And went down "the crookedest street in the world" Lombard Street---TWICE. All in all it was an amazing experience.

My Hansi took this amazing photo of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Golden Gate Bridge
``Dim Sum Anyone``
Cable Car
Fisherman`s Wharf
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amkaestner amkaestn…
2 reviews
Jun 14, 2007
Hey there! So welcome to my city, the city by the bay. Here are some tips. Buy Alcatraz tickets in advance, they are usually sold out, especially during high season. Dont buy a bus pass, youll end up spending more than what you are going to use. The bus cost $1.50 and usually last 4-5 hours, and has unlimited jumps so you can use it as many times in that time period. The cable car is $5/ I recommend getting on by the Buena Vista Cafe..and going towards Union Square. You get to see Lombard street, and end up in the shopping district.

Go up to Macy's top floor and get some beautiful pictures of Union Sqaure. Pick up a slice of cheesecake, from the cheesecake factory(at the to go counter), and sit in the plaza(If it is a nice day).

You need to go to mama's, which is at Washington Square, right next to St. Peter and Pauls Church. Best breakfast in town. Best time to go is between 9 - 11 on weekdays, if not expect a 1-2 hour wait. It is worth it. Ive been going there since I was in my mom's tummy!

Buena Vista Cafe in the Wharf is a great place to see the sunset. You get a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge and great Irish Coffeee. This is the place where they perfected the Irish Coffee.

Also if you want to get a quick fun tour, rent go cars. I knwo they look rediculous but they are sooo much fun. I live here and I do it often. Its fun!

Go to the haight...where the hippies reside. Go to Magnolia's which is on the corner of Masonic and Haight. They are a brewing factory. Great beer and food. I recommend the Kalifornia Kolsh. Also walk around and you are not to far from golden gate park. Walk through the park. You will find the conservatory of flowers and the new DeYong museum, a must. Also there is a tower at the museum, which is free to the public, which most people dont know about. You could climb up it and great a wonderful view of the city.

For night life there are a few places I recommend. You ahve Kells(North Beach), Impala (North Beach), Cigar Bar(North Beach), Circa (Marina), Bus Stop (Marina), Matrix(Marina), Beauty Bar (Mission), and Mejool (Mission)

Have a great time in the city, and ask for anything else!
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LaurynBoogie LaurynBo…
3 reviews
Jul 02, 2007
San Franciscon for the most part is a pretty safe city. Being from berkeley, i go over on occasion but have never had any trouble from anyone. Just like many cities you do have the occasional homeless person, and street evangelists but no one will really bother you.

Most of the places people tend to visit when they come to SF, like Fisherman's Wharf, Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory, Downtown, China Town, Little Italy( or North Beach, are very well lit and patroled. So i wouldnt worry about it to much.
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Posted on: Sep 23, 2009
erikabarani says:
thank you so much, Lauryn!
Posted on: Jul 03, 2007
moorsideman moorside…
1 reviews
Sep 17, 2006
Take a cable car from the Market terminus up and over to Fisherman's Wharfe.

Have abrunch in Mel's Diner on Van Ness.

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