Hotel Krupa

700 Jones Street, San Francisco, California, 94109, United States
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Sanfran to Lake tahoe

by lookmeeann

Hi,i gonna go to sanfran around september 13-16,i wanna go to Lake tahoe by tour 1day trip or 2 day(I don't have a driver licences).Do you have any informations??


Thank you,

Annie

Re: Sanfran to Lake tahoe

by Odinnthor

If you want to do it right this is the company tom go with.

http://www.sanfranciscoviptours.com/lake_tahoe_tour.htm

Here are some more.

http://www.incadventures.com/trips/tahoe/default.php

By the way, - don't get caught in San Francisco calling The City (what locals call it), Sanfran or Frisco, - they do not like it, and can get downright snippy about it.....d;o)

Re: Sanfran to Lake tahoe

by Worldtraveler

It depends on what you want to see (and do) at Tahoe. You'll need more than 2 days (there are lots to do and the lake is bigger than you think).

Re: Sanfran to Lake tahoe

by DSwede

You can also take any combination of Amtrak train or Greyhound bus to Truckee. From there, you can take the TART bus to anywhere around the lake.

But as mentioned, 2 days is not adequate to see the area.

Travel Tips for San Francisco

Neighborhoods

by rkearns

LOWER HAIGHT

This is my specialty because it's where I lived. The Lower Haight is at the intersection of Haight and Fillmore, just two blocks North of Market Street. You will find authentic restaurants of many ethnicities, recycled clothing stores, organic markets, bars and convenience stores. What more could you ask for?

My Favorites:

Restaurants:
Thep Phanom - authentic Thai
Rotee --fresh Indian dishes
Rosamunde -many different types of sausages
Volare and Mythic pizza --hot, crusty pizza by the slice
Squat and Gobble --breakfast! coffee, poached eggs, fresh squeezed o.j.

Bars:
Toronado - about 500+ beers to choose from (no liquor)
-right next door to Rosamunde
Mad Dog in the Fog --pool, sports on large flatscreen, trivia night, beer only

Shops:
Upper Playground --street wear; graffiti/graphic tees, hats, hoodies and other misc. items....dope.
Whole Foods Co. --organic produce, hard to find items, and kosher goods (expensive)

North Beach

by davequ

My favorite part of town.

I probably spend more time in North Beach walking, eating, drinking & touristing around than anywhere else.

Here's my favorite hangout for beverages, conversation and people-watching....
Caffe Trieste on Vallejo and Grant, just up the block from Columbus ave. Chatting up & watching all the different people that hang out at Trieste, then walking the city until you are too tired & sore to walk it any more (and then you call a cab...).

Click below if you would like to go on a late-nite North Beach crawl with me:
North Beach crawl

Keep an eye open

by a_debaser

You never know when you are going to see something that makes you laugh. For instance, the fact that Big Al's is voted "Best Old School Sex Shop" cracked me up to no end. I mean, chances are, this award was not in a tour book for the city.

I think one of the best...

by deaconblue

I think one of the best panoramics of the city is in Buena Vista Park, just off of Haight Street near the Panhandel. the view is almost a full 360 degrees around the bay area. Another great view point in S.F. is Twin Peaks. Everyday I have a new one... I love my city

Top of Twin Peaks--not the...

by chiplaura

Top of Twin Peaks--not the balcony in front of parking, but up to the top of the mountain where you can see 360 degrees. Wear layers because it's cold & windy. Districts; whether they are North Beach, Chinatown, Mission, or Castro, each has it's own character and good restaurants and sites to visit all day.

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