Walk around the FISHERMAN'S WHARF AREA.
Fondest memory: Our coach just dropped us off for a few hours and said to meet back in like 4 hours...Okay, so we obviously got a little bored and decided to have some fun being silly and stupid. In one of the shops, we all tried on these funky sunglasses and made the shop owner take our picture...I will always remember Kyle and Colleen, pictured here with me, and the great fun we had that last year of rowing.
Try the clam chowder soup at Fisherman Wharf. Bring a wind breaker along because it get cold near the fisherman wharf. If you drive, it is expensive but some restaurant give discount for carpark. Approximately $20 per day for car park.
Fondest memory: Looking for magnets for gifts. There are plenty to choose from and you might get lucky to find gift that are unique and interesting.
Favorite thing: of course, visit Fisherman's Wharf! This is an area in San Francisco that is just filled with activity. There's the famous Pier 39 and Ghirardelli Square as well as the USS Pampanito docked nearby. On the streets around this area, you'll see souvenir shops and you'll probably bump into a Wax Museum and the Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum. Along Jefferson street, you'll see the fish merchants busy at work.
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.
Fondest memory: 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.
This was a fun place to walk around. We had a good day here. We shopped and ate lunch at an Irish Pub.
Fondest memory: Exploring THE CITY with Michael.
Well this picture tells the Story this is the building on Pier 41 Marine Terminal
The ticket for many boat trips and Ferry trips are sold here .
Fondest memory: Very close to Fisherman's Wharf .next to Pier 39.
Favorite thing: These seals have found safety in San Francisco's harbor. Today there are over 300 of them sitting at the wooden benches and perform "songs" for the tourist
Favorite thing: The sea lions are very popular with the tourist. They do have a very strong smell and are very loud.
Drive or walk (bring a jacket) over the Golden Gate Bridge.
Go to Alcatraz.
Wait in line and drive down Lombard St.
Go and see the sea lions at Fishermans Wharf.
Favorite thing: hang loose and chill out at the world famous Fisherman's Wharf. Need I say more? :-))
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