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San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge Bike Tour
"Led by a local guide this 3-hour San Francisco bike tour is a great sightseeing activity for all ages and biking levels. You’ll follow a mostly flat route along San Francisco Bay’s scenic northern waterfront before crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. Depart in the morning o where your guide outfits you with a proper bike helmet and any necessary equipment for the ride. Then hop on your bicycle and pedal to nearby Aquatic Park Cove part of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Cycle down the pier and snap pics of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island before moving on to Fort Mason Center. The buildings of this former US Army post a National Historic Landmark are now used as a cultural and educational complex.From here
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San Francisco Walking Tour: Fishermans Wharf to the Golden Gate Bridge
"Experience the natural side of San Francisco where the city meets the sea on our easy-going walk along the San Francisco's northern waterfront. We walk on easy coastal trails and footpaths that offer a true escape from the bustling city streets to refreshing panoramic bay views. Our guides offer a glimpse into the rich history of the Bay and Golden Gate a story that goes back thousands of years to the settlements of Coastal Miwok and Oholone Indians the 16th century European exploration of the California Coast the establishment of forts and missions in the Spanish era
From $49.00
 
Coastal Sights Helicopter Tour from Long Beach
"Board your comfortable six-passenger helicopter at the Long Beach Heliport located adjacent to the Queen Mary the grand old ship that sailed the Atlantic Ocean for decades. Buckle up and have your camera ready for your thrilling flight over the California coast!Glide over the Port of Long Beach and the Battleship Iowa Museum a maritime museum at the bustling Port of Los Angeles in the San Pedro area. Admire the massive bronze Korean Bell of Friendship a gift from South Korea to the United States in honor of its bicentennial in 1976. Continue along the coast over the Point Fermin Lighthouse and Point Vicente Lighthouse. Hover above the stunning Palos Verdes Peninsula delighting in vistas of the coastal cliffs
From $150.00

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Bums - not always needy

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Telegraph Avenue

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University of California at Berkeley

The beautiful campus has a number of sites to see including the Bell Tower, a fantastic children's science museum, and often holds concerts and the like. There are plenty of places to relax and read a...
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Lawrence Hall of Science

Perched on the mountains to the east of town, on the UC Berkeley Campus, is the Lawrence Hall Science Museum. This museum is a great place to take kids and has a number of kid friendly displays. The...
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Tilden Regional Park

There is a 10 acre Botanic Garden in the Tilden Regional Park. There are ten sections to represent the ten different regions in California (including the California Rain Forest). They are laid out...
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Berkeley Marina

Berkeley has residents that are very poor and some that are rich. Berkeley Marina is a nice way to see the lifestyle of some of the latter. The marina offers great views of the bay and some hiking...
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Sather Tower

Sather Tower is one of several buildings on the UC Berkeley Campus listed on the National Register of Historic Places that are well worth seeing. It is modeled after the Campanile in Venice and was...
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Botanical Garden

The Univsersity of California possesses a wonderful botanical garden. Tucked up the hill from the stadium, it houses a great number of plants native to California, as well as several international and...
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