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  • Ding, ding, ding goes the trolley

    by RblWthACoz Written Aug 4, 2006

    Even if you don't need to go somewhere along their route, wouldn't you say it's worth the $1.50 (and time) to take a ride in one of the 34 painstakingly refurbished historic trolleys in service on the "F" line? When was the last time you rode an authentic trolley that was first built 90 years ago? These trolleys have been brought from all over the world from Vienna to Philadelphia. You can't miss them as they roll down Market Street and through the Castro and it's definitely a ride you won't be getting anywhere else!

    Also keep an eye open for the "E" line that will open in late 2006. It will provide service from Fisherman's Wharf to SBC park and the Caltrain Depot.

    Taking a ride on history's track.

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    by SteveOSF Written Apr 4, 2007

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    Taxies are fairly abundant on the downtown and popular commercial and nightspots, but can be fairly scarce in some less traveled or residential districts.

    A Yellow Cab on Stockton Street
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    Colorful Trams

    by ptitetoile Written Mar 17, 2004

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    I have not tryied them... but the old models are so nice!!!! And it should be very nice to travel in it!

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    by kazander Written Feb 3, 2004

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    The Caltrain was the only double decker train I have ever been on. We took it from San Jose to San Francisco.

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    Street Cars

    by PrincessMonja Written Nov 8, 2006

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    There are also street cars that travel along market street and along by the water's edge to the piers. On the front of the cars is the name of the city that they originally came from.

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    Flying over Napa Valley

    by Christian.Lafont Written Oct 3, 2003

    Much more exciting than it appears.
    Perfect for the Napa valley and around.
    Most surprising and beautiful tour :))

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