2 edition of How to enjoy 1 to 10 perfect days in San Francisco found in the catalog.
How to enjoy 1 to 10 perfect days in San Francisco
|Statement||by Jack Shelton, written in collaboration with Jack R. Juhasz ; edited by Diane Swedin.|
|Contributions||Juhasz, Jack R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F869.S33 S53 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||79092350|
Well set in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco, Page Hotel is located a 9-minute walk from San Francisco City Hall, miles from Union Square and miles from Moscone Center. Among the facilities at this property are a hour front desk and luggage storage space, along with free WiFi throughout the property/10(). This 2-day San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf pass is perfect for solo travelers or families because it gives you access to five popular attractions near Fisherman’s Wharf with a savings of more than $ Plus you can use this pass when you choose. Just take note that from the first use of your pass, you only have two days to visit all five 4/5(1).
Departing from Pier 43 1/2 in the heart of Historic Fisherman's Wharf, sail past the San Francisco skyline and view the lively neighborhood of North Beach, the famous swimming clubs of Aquatic Park, the historic vessels at Hyde Street Pier, the San Francisco Maritime . Day 1. Things to Do: If you have two full days in San Francisco, make the most of the first day by going on a six-hour guided Alcatraz Island and San Francisco Grand City Tour gives you a chance to see many of the city's highlights in a short timeframe. It wouldn't be logistically possible to get to all of these places on your own in one day.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: pages ; 18 cm: Contents: Introduction --Part one: one perfect week in San Francisco --Part two: two- and three-day trips around San sibility: by Jack Shelton.
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How to spend 2 to 4 days in San Francisco. If you really plan your trip well and book attractions ahead of time, you can explore the city highlights of San Francisco in 2 days or a weekend in San Francisco.
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San Francisco is located almost smack-dab in the middle of California’s coastline and is hands down one of the most diverse and exciting cities in the US. And to get you started we have put together a fantastic guide to 3 Days in San Francisco (written by a local) to help.
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Bike rentals there, are, by San Francisco standards, very affordable. With your Go San Francisco Card, you'll get access to 27 attractions. Plus, you can skip the ticket line at top sights and save big with special discounts.
Just choose how many days you want to sightsee. Find a full list of participating attractions here.5/5(2). Day 1: Golden Gate Park, San Francisco You know how some places are tourist clichés for a reason.
Golden Gate Park is one of them. Its 1, square feet are a true urban oasis, and include the Japanese Tea Garden, Whitney De Young art museum and, randomly, a small herd of bison.
We recommend first heading all the way west to see the waves at Ocean Beach, then walking east through the various. Layne Hotel San Francisco - 2 star hotel. Layne Hotel is a 2-star venue just a minute walk from North Beach.
Sinceit has been hosting guests in San Francisco. Drive to the Golden Gate Bridge first. On your way back, drive down "crookedest" Lombard Street, which looks prettiest in the morning sunlight. Start the rest of your day at Union Square. There's a garage right beneath the square.
Next best (and slightly less expensive) is the city-run garage at Fifth and Mission Streets or the Sutter Stockton garage which is between Union Square and Chinatown.
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The city is blessed to have lungs in the form of the Golden Gate Park, a must-visit on your 3 or 4 days in San Francisco. acres plus of picturesque landscape for the city dwellers to enjoy.
It is difficult to imagine that this was once a vast expanse of sand dunes.The hotel offers a free complimentary Airport Shuttle Service. Call the hotel in advance on to book your shuttle and for pick up information.
A tip of US$2 per person is recommended. Alternatively you can catch a taxi from the airport for approximately US$ The hotel is approximately 5 minutes from the airport.2-Hour Sunset Wine Tasting Cruise in San Francisco.
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