Cable Car Court Hotel

1499 California Street, San Francisco, California, 94109, United States
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the biggest shoping center or Mall

by serdago

Hi,
I am coming to San Francisco next month, I have one day exclusive for shoping,I would like to know the biggest shoping center or Mall that I can spend half day shoping .
thanks

Re: the biggest shoping center or Mall

by goodfish

In the city center, it would be Westfield:

http://westfield.com/sanfrancisco/

Better bring lots of cash though - it's pretty much dedicated to designer labels and will be expensive. Otherwise, there are other stores around the Union Square area, both high-end and a bit less pricey.

Re: the biggest shoping center or Mall

by Odinnthor

Depending on your mode of transportation, there are several Outlet Malls around (outside of) San Francisco, where the designer goods are sold at big discounts, anywhere from 20 miles to a 100 miles out of The City. Here is a list.

http://sanfrancisco.about.com/od/shopping/a/sfoutletmalls.htm

Re: the biggest shoping center or Mall

by HasTowelWillTravel

I agree with the above suggestion... the Westside mall in the center is a perfect shopping destination. But you don't have to stop there, the whole downtown area has great shopping. Macy's is a couple blocks away, 7 stories of shopping a whole city block long. Williams-Sonoma, Saks, The North Face, Nike, all have huge flagship stores there. So you can step out of the mall and still have lots of places to shop. Enjoy!!

Re: the biggest shoping center or Mall

by kobrien

Agree with HaveTowelTravel and others. Westfield Shopping Center is the biggest, Bloomingdales and Nordstrom are the anchor tenants, but it's basically two malls combined. Also agreed, the entire Union Square area is a mall, Macy's, Saks, Neiman Marcus, are the biggies, surrounded by all the name brands you know, Crate & Barrel, Williams Sonoma, H&M, etc.

Locals tip, check out Mint Plaza, just across the street from Westfield (off of 5th Street between Market and Mission). This is a delightful public plaza where you can rest after your busy day of shopping or enjoy lunch or dinner. It has three restaurants, Chez Papa (french bistro), Thermidor (new american and seafood) and 54 Mint (authentic Italian). Hang with the locals after your busy shopping day. Have fun!

Travel Tips for San Francisco

Driving in SF

by machomikemd

If you're renting a car and are unsure whether you can stop on a steep (as much as a 31.5% grade!) hill without rolling back down, you'll want to get an automatic. If you're stuck with a stick shift, try putting on the emergency brake and easing off it as you move forward. Practice makes perfect, but avoiding the steepest hills is probably safest.

Maya Angelou

by SmileyLeSa

While aimlessly walking around San Francisco one afternoon, I happened to see a swarm of people gathered around a building. As I made my way through the crowd simply to get to the other side of the sidewalk, Maya Angelou crossed right in front of me.

Maya Angelou is best known as a famous poet and best selling author. However she is much more than that, she is an educator, historian, actress, playwright, civil-rights activist, producer and director.

I was very excited that I happened that I crossed the path of such a remarkable woman.

Spend a lot of time walking

by uberteacher

San Francisco is blessed with a great mixture of characters from fabulous cross-dressers to street preachers and those who experience better living through chemistry. You have to just hit the streets, provided you are street savvy enough to do so. This little square of California is truly alive and it just gives you the general feeling that something cool is happening. We met an old woman who told us of an affair she once had with Salvadore Dali. That just doesn't happen every day in other parts of America. My husband and I were in a Korean bar and some guy rushed in and offered to sell a wooden figurine of Confucius for $20. My husband, after a few Korean beers, said, " I'll give you $10." The guy agreed and took off quickly, leaving a gorgeous statue carved out of a single piece of hard wood. The bar-owner wrapped it in paper for us and we lugged it back to our friends' apartment. En route, we accidently got off in "The Tenderloin" and in spite of a few scarey moments, we everntually made it back with Confucious in hand. We still have him.

'Wear some flowers in your...

by panokat

'Wear some flowers in your hair'...just kidding. I'd have to say do anything....or nothing. There's a warm feeling that will follow you no matter where you go. Believe it or not, it's the fog. I love it.

I would like to recommend the...

by bobbytang

I would like to recommend the Fishermen Wharf, It is so relaxing to sit their, watching sealions lying on the wharf and enjoying sunshine, at the same time you can enjoy various of seafood, such as king size crab, shrimps and clams etc.. After meals, you may walk along the piers and do some shopping in those hundredsof shops, every people there is so friendly that you will not feel any typical salesman there, all you have to do is to enjoy the environment, food, scence, street amusement and the cost is very reasonable. The Golden Gate Bridge, the Bridge gives you different feelings in different seasons and times. When you drive thru the Bridge, you can really feel the freedom of USA, when you stand on the bridge, you can smell the wind of the States, always giving you the feeling of freedom.

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