San Francisco Guide
San Francisco is, in a word, fabulous. From the old Victorian houses to the gleam of the Golden Gate Bridge, you’ll find something new and wonderful at every stop. Here are twenty things that you simply can’t miss.
Cross the Golden Gate Bridge. You have several options for
I've always been a fan of street arts and murals. San Francisco had a lot of it all over. I never ran out of art works to snap or to appreciate. My friend told me about this alley in the Missions district, so of course, it was only fitting that
San Francisco is conveniently toured via Bus. How else could you get to all the best places, cross the Golden Gate Bride, and learn about the city? During my trip to San Francisco, I took a trip on the city’s top-rated tourist bus, Big Bus Tours.
What it is: The Big
The North Beach Food Tour by Local Taste of the City Tours is a three-hour tour led by the lovely Blandina. The day I went, rain showers were in the forecast, so she was decked out in her rain gear. She said that for her, wearing a rain coat brings
For my foodie friends, traveling is a never-ending delight of new and exotic tastes. If you’re in in the San Francisco area and hope to experience the international (as well as home-baked) tastes of the city, taking the Ferry Building Culinary Tour is a must.
What: A two-hour tour to a
What is travel without local food? The local taste of San Francisco is really a taste of the whole world. The Japantown tour by Edible Excursions I experienced during my visit was a delicious portal into another place and culture!
Our tour guide for the Japantown food tour was Alice. I loved her;
The usual simply does not do when one is in San Francisco! During your trip to this sprawling city, check into a unique hotel where you can stay in style. That’s what I did on my visit when I stayed in the fabulous Pier 2620 Hotel.
The hotel is right