Ramada Limited

1940 Lombard Street, San Francisco, California, 94123, United States
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Shopping

by ubicrescent

Hi All

A family of 4 will be staying near the Fourth Street Hotel for 3 days
Please advice where can we go for our cheap shopping (for men and lady)

Preferably shopping malls near the Fourth Street and where local patronize so that the price is reasonable.

Thanks

Tom

Re: Shopping

by gail128

Are you staying at 4th street and Market Street? There's Nordstrom and Bloomingdales on 5ht Street and Market. There's Macy's on Union Square. There's Ross for Less right on 4th and Market which is a reasonable priced store but you have to spend the time looking through the stuff. What are you looking to buy?

Re: Shopping

by xymmot

Macy has lots of stuff and everything is always on sale there and there is lots of coupons through their web site.. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Shopping

by goodfish

Might help to know where you're from, too. If the exchange rate is in your favor, that may help define "cheap". Other than the Ross for Less, Levi's and maybe a couple other chains, I wouldn't categorize SF inner city shopping as necessarily cheap.

Our Macy's here in Minneapolis is considered a bit higher end than most other chains but does have some reasonable buys. Bloomingdales is also worth a look. And yes, it depends on what you're shopping for (sounds like clothing) and what time of year. There will be a fair amount of Christmas sales coming up, starting next Friday.

Re: Shopping

by goodfish

To add: you won't find much for shopping malls in the city center. The one exception is Westfield Center, on Market Street, which, depending on where you will be located on 4th St. will only be a few blocks away. That's where you will find the largest grouping of stores in one spot.

http://westfield.com/sanfrancisco

Never heard of the 4th Street Hotel so not sure where that is.

Re: Shopping

by rkearns

powell and market is one of the biggest shopping districts in s.f.!!
it's a congestion of shopping. then, a few blocks away is union square where there is a huge mall. you won't have any problem finding shopping. stockton street also has tons of shopping.

Re: Shopping

by goodfish

Right Regina - it was the Market area, near Union Square, that I was referencing in my previous post.

Re: Shopping

by rkearns

ok gotcha!

Travel Tips for San Francisco

useful information

by mindcrime

Right at the Powell Street Station, you will find the SFO visitors bureau (pic 1). Very helpful staff will help you with everything and give free maps etc They also see telephone cards.

Here you can buy the City Pass for $59. It will give you free ride for 7 consecutive days in trams, cable cars and buses all around the city. With the CityPass you will have free entrance at:Aquarium Of The Bay, Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruise, SF Museum of Modern Art, California Academy of Science, Exploratorium, de Young and Legion of Honor Museum. Check www.sfmuni.com for information about the Muni system.

You may find useful the following buses:
Golden Gate Bridge: 28 or 29 bus
Fisherman's Wharf: 15, 30, F-line or 10 bus
Chinatown: 30, 45, 15, 1 California, 12 Pacific or Cable Cars
Union Square: 2, 3, 4, 30, 45, 38 Geary, Cable Cars, or any streetcar (F-Line)
Haight Ashbury: 6, 7, 33, 37, 43, or 71 bus
Cliff House/Seal Rocks: 18 bus or 38 Geary
Golden Gate Park: 71, or 5 Fulton, 21 Hayes, 33 Stanyan, 7 Haight, N. Judah, or 44 O' Shaughnessey
Moscone Convention Center: 15, 30, 45, 14 Mission, or 12 Folsom

We booked all our concert tickets from TicketMaster(http://www.ticketmaster.com/section/?tm_link=tm_homeA_changeloc_go)
But you also can check for upcoming concerts:
www.sfbg.com.
http://www.thebaybridged.com/local-concert-calendar/ (for SF and mostly independent music)

For the Alkatraz tour book in advance online otherwise you may cant get a ticket. Check here: http://www.alcatrazcruises.com/

Tipping is always confusing for me in USA, I usually give 10-15% in restaurants and $1 per order in pubs

At Pier 43 we saw the kiosk/stop(pic 2) of Motorized Cable Cars (Gray Line) that can also organize for you deluxe city tours, day trips to Sausalito or Wine Country, Yosemite Evening Tour and Bay Cruises. We didn’t use them but you can check their site: www.grayline.com/Grayline/destinations/us/sanfrancisco.go

We used Tower Tours (pic 3) because they have some nice city tours and other organised day trips like:
Grand City Tour ($47), San Francisco by night ($72), Muir Woods & Sausalito ($49), Wine Country($65), Monterey & Carmel($71), Yosemite($137) etc
We did the Winery Tour with them and we were 100% satisfied with them. They are located at 865 Beach Street at Ghirardelli Square but probably you can book through your hotel like we did and they will pick you up from your place. www.towertours.com

Chocolate Festival

by MarioPortugal

Chocolate is king here !!! Ghirardelli Square is definitely a San Francisco's landmark.

It's worth a visit not only for shopping on its various stores but also for the view over the Bay.

Chocolate lovers may would like to visit the Ghirardelli Square for the Annual Chocolate Festival which is normally organized each year by mid-September.

Alamo Square

by karenincalifornia

This is a classic San Francisco photo op from Alamo Square, located on Hayes, just east of Divisadero. Alamo Square is a patch of green located at the top of a hill in the heart of the city.

The blend of Victorian houses with modern buildings is one of the striking things about this city.

See Fisherman's Warf, Bay...

by Il_Shin

See Fisherman's Warf, Bay bridge, Golden gate bridge, Golden gate park, Cliff house... and ride a cable car.

Visit Sausalito, Tiburon, Wainery tour, Carmel, Santa Cruz, Monterey...... I enjoyed the time when we had BBQ party at Golden gate park in a peaceful and fresh air.

I didn't remember the fantastic night scene of Bay bridge.

Background on a city is always...

by zwack

Background on a city is always helpful when traveling. Take note of the following as you discover and re-discover the magic of San Francisco.
Geography:
Surrounded on three sides by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, San Francisco's compact 46 square miles (125 sq. km.) crowd the tip of the San Francisco Peninsula.
Population:
'The City' has a population of 723,959; nevertheless it looms large in the imagination as the hub of the greater Bay Area. The nation's fifth largest metropolitan region registers a population of 6 million and hosts over 16 million visitors, conventioneers and business travelers each year.
Weather:
The San Francisco Bay Area has some of the best weather in the nation. For year-round temperatures and a comprehensive five-day weather forecast.

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Address: 1940 Lombard Street, San Francisco, California, 94123, United States