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Golden Gate Bay Cruise
"Departing from Pier 43 in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf you'll sail past the San Francisco skyline and view the lively neighborhood of North Beach and San Francisco Maritime National Park.As you head west toward the Golden Gate Bridge cruise along Fort Mason and the Marina District which was devastated in the 1989 earthquake. Don't miss incredible photo opportunities when sailing directly under the massive 4200-foot (1260-meter) span of the Golden Gate Bridge.Steaming back into the bay you'll travel past the wildlife reserves of the Marin Headlands and the legendary town of Sausalito home to the 1960s flower generation. With Angel Island State Park to your left
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Vine to Wine Napa and Sonoma Day Trip with Tastings and Organic Winery Tour
"After pickup from your San Francisco hotel relax on a comfortable drive north to wine country. Travel across the Golden Gate Bridge and enjoy sweeping views of San Francisco Bay Alcatraz and the city skyline. Wind through the coastal mountains of the Marin Headlands and along the base of Mt Tamalpais leaving the rush of the city behind and setting the pace for a relaxing day out in the country. Get ready for a day of wine tastings in Sonoma and Napa Valley!Once in Sonoma County admire the rolling hills and beautiful valleys that have supplied the world with fantastic wines for more than 60 years. Your professional guide will describe the region and its wine in detail so that you can truly appreciate your experience.Your where you'll hop on a 45-minute tram tour to enjoy up-close views of the biodynamic vineyards fermentation facility and crush pad. This intimate tram tour lets you follow the winemaking process from the roots to the glass and see how wine is made
From $149.00
 
San Francisco Vista Grande Helicopter Tour
"You will be picked up from a central San Francisco meeting point and taken to the heliport to board a Bell Jet Helicopter for take-off on an exciting San Francisco Helicopter Tour.An accompanying musical soundtrack is choreographed to the flight along with spontaneous narration by your professionally trained pilot. View the hills of San Francisco where you can see famous districts such as the Castro the Mission Pacific Heights Chinatown and the Presidio. Flying over San Francisco you will get a unique perspective of the city skyline including AT&T Park - Home of the SF Giants Coit Tower at the top of Telegraph Hill and the financial district with the famous Transamerica Pyramid.On this 56-mile (90-kilometer) helicopter flight (25-30 minutes)
From $250.00

More Things to Do in Sausalito

People Watch

I've taken pictures of people in the past, but this year with the number of different cities I've been to on business trips and with this vacation, I've really started to take more and more pictures...
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riorich55
Nov 20, 2010

Mountain Bike, Kayak, Hike Tour

Stoked SF is an Adventure Tour Guide service located in Sausalito, CA. Stoked SF offers Mountain Bike, Kayak, Surf and Hiking Tours in Marin. Everything is provided, all new gear, transportation and...
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stokedsf123
Sep 29, 2009

Adventure Guide: Mountain Bike/Hike/Surf/Kayak

Stoked SF is a local Sausalito Adventure Guide Service that caters to Mountain Biking, Hiking, Surfing and Kayaking. This private Guide service tailors each day adventure to exactly what the clients...
stokedsf
Aug 01, 2009

What you see when u go up stairs in Sausalito?

Across the park from the main fountain and two elephant pillars of the Sausalito park, you will see a flight of stairs inviting you to go up...if you want to go up and find out for yourself - STOP!...
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jumpingnorman
Oct 04, 2008

The Balancing Rocks

Alright, so this sounds a bit strange, but while you are strolling along Bridgeway, stop and take a pic of these balancing rocks. I don't really know much about them, but there is a guy who stands in...
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Gypsystravels
Sep 18, 2007

The Former Sausolito Hotel

This interesting contribution to Sausalito's historic district was the Sausalito Hotel, constructed in 1915. Notice the roofline, which is in the mission-revival style. As preparations were made to...
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VeronicaG
Aug 31, 2007
 
 
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Getting Around Sausalito

People had no qualms about jumping on their bikes and pedaling through the streets of Sausalito or San Francisco. The hills would be a challenge for me, I'm sure!We noticed several bike rentals while...
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VeronicaG
Aug 31, 2007

Tribute to a Sister City

Two large elephant sculptures stand at either side of Plaza Vina Del Mar, seemingly watching over those who come to enjoy the small park.These statues appeared at the 1915 Pan-Pacific Exposition,...
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VeronicaG
Aug 31, 2007

Spanish Steps?????

These are NOT Sausalito's answer to the Spanish Steps, but are part of Excelsior Lane, located across the street from the Vina Del Mar Plaza. If you'd like an incomparable view of the Bay, this is the...
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VeronicaG
Aug 31, 2007

Meet Me At The Fountain

Plaza Vina Del Mar is a convenient meeting place for visitors or for locals. As you walk from the Bay, it sits at a corner along Bridgeway Avenue.People bide their time here, taking a break from...
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VeronicaG
Aug 31, 2007

The Becker Residence

Leaving Bridgeway Avenue, we followed a sidewalk up the hill. After a few minutes, we glimpsed this appealing little home whose veranda overlooks a lovely flower garden. Currently, it is an art...
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VeronicaG
Aug 31, 2007

A Pretty Town--Sausalito

These two buildings constructed around 1894, are considered to be in the Eastlake Style, although they are somewhat different from each other. The square bays, false fronts and bracketed hoods are all...
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VeronicaG
Aug 30, 2007

Get a bike ...

Sausalito is a very small town in the northern peninsula of the Golden Gate Bridge. It's a beautiful place built in the hill with the bay at its feet. The streets are steep and the whole scenery is...
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rafgys
Nov 19, 2006

Once A sleepy fishing Village

The bayside town was once a quiet fishing village but today things have changed and become a lot more touristy. If you don’t have a car while in San Fran, take a ferry ride over to Sausalito and treat...
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keeweechic
Aug 31, 2006

Top Hotels in Sausalito

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30 El Portal, Sausalito, California, 94965, United States
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601 Murray Circle, Sausalito, California, 94965, United States
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801 Bridgeway, Sausalito, California, 94965, United States
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16 El Portal, Sausalito, California, 94965, United States
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155 Shoreline Highway, Mill Valley, California, 94941, United States
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Top 5 Sausalito Writers

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jessicadf

"Sausalito - a village by the bay"
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VeronicaG

"A Bay Cruise to Sausolito"
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Waalewiener

"Sausalito a nice little City across the S F Bay."
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Gypsystravels

"A quaint town across the bay from San Francisco"
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Yubert

"Are these Sausalito Sally's?"
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