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Three Bayside Village Place, San Francisco, California, 94107, United States
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Help with best area

by luvitalia

Hello, I am tavelling to Ca for a wedding in Dec. Found great hotel in Sonoma now looking for a hotel in San Fran for 2 nights 12-14. The problem is my mom's knees, and I can't tell if 2 blocks to trolley is uphill/downhill or not. Is there a relatively flat area for hotels (say near Wharf)? Or a decent quiet hotel on the trolley line? A couple of quaint hotels I found (joie di vivre co)sp have so many negative complaints about noise I am assuming a newer hotel would be best. Thans for any advice you can give me...Kitten

Re: Help with best area

by Agraichen

There are a couple of hotels near Fisherman's wharf. The sheraton is 2-3 blocks from the Powell Street cable car. Powell St on the other side in the middle of the Financial District has a bit of a slope to it, but not bad. however it's typically much more crowded than the Wharf area.

Most of the major hotels in the "down town" area are on a bit of a slope. The Hyatt on Market is flat, but not close to the cable cars. It is however a stop on BART and MUNI for convenient transportation.

Re: Help with best area

by luvitalia

Thanks Al!!! Will research more K.

Re: Help with best area

by travelgourmet

The hotel I like in the Fisherman's Wharf area is the Tuscan Inn. It is among the flat areas with little hill walking to either Fisherman's Wharf, the bus lines or the cable cars. See the flat view, I know the URL looks long but it will give you map and 360 view by clicking on the map for different streets. See at website: http://www.mapquest.com/maps?name=Best+Western+Tuscan+Inn+At+Fisherman's+Wharf&city=San+Francisco&state=CA&address=425+North+Point+St&zipcode=94133-1405&country=US&latitude=37.80653&longitude=-122.41413&geocode=ADDRESS&id=44299895

For the Tuscan Inn website see: http://www.tuscaninn.com/

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San Francisco

by luvtrvlg

San Francisco is a great place to visit. It is a very tourist friendly place.
The transportation system BART can take you from the SFO International airport to the City of San Francisco, to the Bay Area and all over. Definitely take the Cable car, it's what his place is known for. Definitely go to Fisherman's Wharf, see the Dungenous crabs and try their Boudini famous sourdough breads with their famous clam chowder.

A Highrise Light Show

by poetjo

If you ever have the chance, drive across the Bay Bridge from the East Bay into San Francisco during the evening and the sight of the City adorned with lights is really spectacular.

Even though I live here I am in awe everytime I see this sight. There are way too many memories to list. As corny as it may sound every time I leave SF, I really do leave my heart and am always glad to come home.

Haight Ashbury Dist

by Pounder73

The Haight: Known for the Summer of Love, wails of Janis Joplin, cords of Jerry Garcia and the speeches of Timothy Leary. Remember, “Tune in. Turn on. And drop out?” Don’t worry if you don’t, even those who were there don’t remember.

This led the way to over population, amphetamines, heroin and brutal cops. Soon followed the 70’s.

Go to the corner of Market &...

by NewTribe

Go to the corner of Market & 2nd Streets...there you will find a Rand McNally
Store, you know maps, books, etc, very serious travel info...anyway ask for a copy of
Rand McNally' San Francisco Cross Street Directory. The Bible for serious Bike Messengers, Cabbies, and other Delivery type persons...never, leave home (your hotel, hostel, friends house etc) without it. Now you're ready to ROCK...SF unlike most American cities, is easy in terms of size to navigate, ( traffic permitting) by whichever means you choose...Apprx 49 m2, or 126.90 km2 in area...

Frisco is a well-worth...

by azuara

Frisco is a well-worth visiting city, so there are so many
cosy places to be visited that I´d say I´d take someone
everywhere. Looking at from my window at Berkeley and see the rolling
fog often enveloping the Golden Gate Bridge.
Perhaps I really miss its feelings, its people, etc.

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