SW Hotel

615 Broadway, San Francisco, California, 94133, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
18%
27
Very Good
57%
84
Average
17%
25
Poor
5%
8
Terrible
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2

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Forum Posts

Good comedy clubs downtown?

by jrcflaus

We are staying around Union Square Dec 27 through Jan 2. Any recommendations for a good comedy club? thanks

Re: Good comedy clubs downtown?

by Agraichen

The PunchLine at 444 Battery is a "good walk" from Union Sq. but not that bad. Plenty of cabs circle the Sq so they can be an option as well.

Re: Good comedy clubs downtown?

by travelgourmet

Not too many downtown but over in the North Beach area are a few good ones. Many may be dark until the New Year's Eve, but you could try Cobb's Comedy Club on Columbus Ave. I know that John Oliver opens on Dec. 29th. North Beach also has one of the longest running musical revues in Beach Blanket Babylon at Club Fugazi. See their website for info: http://www.beachblanketbabylon.com/

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The Pink Section(s)

by Rixie

If you're in San Francisco on a weekend, pick up a Sunday Chronicle. The "Pink Section" of the paper is a great resource for visitors. It includes listings of movies, plays, museums, art shows, tourist attractions, child-friendly activities, and other events in the Bay Area.

The Thursday Chronicle also contains a pink section called 96 Hours, which contains events for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of that week.

Pretty Colors

by 36waterfalls

Thinking of San Francisco I see streets lined with the most beautiful colors, the houses these are. I especially enjoyed Haight-Ashbury, for this is where you find most of them. I loved climbing the hilly streets, just for one more colored front.
I took so many pictures that I put them in a San Francisco Travelogue, check it out! San Fransisco is definitely one of the most relaxed big cities I've been to. It's pretty easy to get away from the crowds and find your own space. This city has an amazingly cosy feel...

Cable Car Know-How

by SFHulaGIrl

Do NOT refer to them, under any circumstance, as "trolley" cars. The basic fare is $5.00 for adults, and there are NO transfers. Cable car tickets and one-day Muni passes ($10) are sold by the conductors on the cable cars. The conductors can make change for up to $20. Monthly passes and Passports are valid on cable cars. The Powell-Hyde and Powell-Mason cars are heavily touristed, while the California/Drumm/Van Ness cable car is used mostly by the locals. Hours of operation are generally 5:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Also, do NOT ring the bell to indicate your stop. The bell is for use of the conductors only; one bell means "stop" and two means "go" or, is it the other way around?!

Golden Gate Park with it's...

by Pavlik_NL

Golden Gate Park with it's various international 'corners'. On Sunday the best way of exploring this huge park is by (roller)skates or by bike. Cross through the greens and have a picknick. Enjoy the park like the San Franciscans do and you can make great friends as the people are very open. Drinking tea in the Japanese part of Golden Gate Park and ... the crazy Steller Sealions that 'honk' in the harbour while sunbathing on the wooden platforms.

Visit all of the neighborhoods...

by Kay_C

Visit all of the neighborhoods and get ready to see everything imaginable! There is no other city like this in the world - it has an incredible charm and the Golden Gate Bridge is a true work of art.

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Address: 615 Broadway, San Francisco, California, 94133, United States