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  • 101. Streets - Roads

    They are in all the movies, on all the pic (not the bridge pics :), and everyone talks about the roads in San Francisco. Well, we are on a road trip after all, and we were up and down those roads like...

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  • 102. Powell Street

    Powel @Market st you can start enjoying using the cable car until the fisherman wharf is you started here garanty you will get a seat or choose the position the best to enjoy the seightseing of the...

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  • 103. Stanford University

    The Memorial Church's facade is decorated with colorful mosaics (over 20,000 shades of colour in the tiles). You can also visit the outdoor scuplture (sculpture by Rodin...etc), Cantor Centre for...

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  • 104. The Cannary - Del Monte Square

    To end our virtual visit along the Bay, a word on The Cannery. As the name says, the place is a former fruit and vegetables cannery that was build in 1907. It once used to be the largest peach...

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  • 105. Sports

    After winning the cup in Spain, Billionaire Larry Ellison brought America's Cup racing to his Bay Area home. The San Francisco waterfront was improved, although less than I had hoped. If Larry had...

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  • 106. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

    4 out of 5 stars

    I stumbled on this by accident. I had "done" Lombard Street and went exploring with my camera. The building is quirky with a blending of Spanish and modern and it's not far from the more famous Yerba...

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  • 107. Portsmouth Square

    Old St. Mary’s Cathedral (pic 1) is an roman catholic church dedicated to the Immaculate Conception. It was built in 1854 and was the first cathedral in the city although smaller churches serve this...

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  • 108. San Francisco Botanical Garden

    This is a nice garden located across the street from the Japanese Tea Garden. For a detailed map provided by SF`s Botanical Gardens go here: printable PDF of SF`s Botanical Gardens

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  • 109. United Nations Plaza

    Given that New York has hosted the United Nations for so many years, many don't realize that this organization of nations devoted to world peace actually was chartered in San Francisco in 1945....

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  • 110. F - Line Historic Streetcars

    The F-Line is a fleet of more than 30 restored vintage electric street cars run up and down a 6 mile stretch of Market Street and the waterfront.. These historical street cars are from around the...

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  • 111. Fillmore Street

    Spa Radiance is my favorite spa in San Francisco. Their menu of services is exhaustive, and everything is wonderful. The Spa is serene and it feels very exclusive once inside. The facials are...

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  • 112. Treasure Island

    This artificial island was constructed of bay sand in 1936-37 and was the site of Golden Gate International Exposition from Feb. 1939-Sept. 1940. Tall towers, gigantic goddesses and dazzling lighting...

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  • 113. Red and White Fleet

    Some people may think that Fisherman's Wharf is a tourist trap....but what the hay, I was a tourist and I love touristy places. I'll admit to having visted the Wharf on three separate occassions and I...

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Most first time visitors benefit by simply walking the knot of hills, filling in with the readily available transit--cable car, trolley, muni train, or electric bus.  San Francisco has...

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