8 Things You Can Only Do In San Francisco
As you probably know, Alcatraz was one of the most notorious maximum-security prisons in the world.
From this peak you can get the most amazing 360 degree view of the city
Lombard Street is one of the steepest and most crooked streets in the world
The Ellis Island of the West
What Ellis Island was for New York City and the East Coast, Angel Island was for the West Coast.
Pier 39 is famous for many things but the most famous one is probably the playful seals on the shore
Taste The Giant San Francisco Donut
Bob’s Donuts in San Francisco is the birthplace of the $8 giant donut (the size of a human head)
Parrots of Telegraph Hill
The hill is home to a large colony of parrots started inhabiting the hill in the early 1990s.
A Metropolis Criss-Crossed with Hiking Trails
How often do you see a metropolis whose streets are intertwined with dozens of hiking trails?
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