San Francisco Travel Guide: 10 Can’t Miss Stops
Enjoy strolling the beautiful grounds at the Legion of Honor, viewing paintings by Monet and sculptures by Rodan.
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You get great views of the Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Baker & Hawk Hill, but I recommend enjoying it up close & going for a nice walk on the bridge.
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San Francisco’s cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system. Hop aboard the trolley on Hyde St. for great Alcatraz views.
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The Sutro Bath Ruins are what’s left of what was once the world’s largest indoor swimming pool complex. This is a stunning spot to watch the sunset.
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The Bay Bridge is an architectural marvel with sweeping views of the bay. Enjoy both a bicycle path & pedestrian walkway.
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With 8 sharp steep turns, Lombard Street is said to be the most crooked street in the world and it definitely makes for a fun stop to walk or drive.
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Marshall’s Beach is a small, remote shorefront beach featuring soft sand and amazing Golden Gate Bridge views.
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With plenty of shops & restaurants, grab a bite to eat and do some window shopping at the famous Ghirardelli Square.
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Originally built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition, the Palace of Fine Arts is a fun picnic & photo spot featuring an exquisite rotunda.
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Part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Chrissy Field features a promenade, trails & restored tidal wetlands.
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Thanks for joining me in San Francisco. Make sure to check out my other California Jumpropes & my travel blog posts at FlyingDawnMarie.com
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