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Monday, August 24, 2009

ATTRACTIVE LOCATIONS IN SAN FRANCISCO

FERRY BUILDING:

The Ferry Building was raised in 1896 as a guiding light for the port; it was magnificently reinstated in 2003 to turn into a market place selling the Bay Area's best food. The Ferry Building Marketplace is the city's dynamic venues as its shops plug with confined artisan food shops and restaurants. The Sanfrancisco Shuttle tours starts & ends at the Ferry Building. The Ferry Building is the ideal place to find delicious food, take in lovely views of the bay, people-watch, and shop.




BAY AREA:

Bay area is at the heart of San Francisco's existence. Long ago San Francisco was named as the bay continued a flourishing wealth of wildlife. At present bay is a portion of its original size, because of new seashores created by landfill which is like an integral part of our lives. Take a bay tour through Sanfrancisco Shuttle tours that comprises audio of what was, what is, and what will be on these beautiful shorelines.


SAUSALITO:

Sausalito is located across the San Francisco Bay, has which has the best views of San Francisco. Hire a transport over, look through a few art galleries and have lunch or dinner at Spinnaker which is the best restaurants for a feast with view.







THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE:

The Golden Gate Bridge is a manufacturing spectacle and city's most enjoyable ride to do. It's the best photographed sights in the world. A hike on it is a necessity.
Well experienced San Franciscans are knocked out by the site of the Golden Gate Bridge and the splendid outlook around it. This bridge is often covered in fog. This bridge is an enduring symbol of California and San Francisco and it links San Francisco to the Marin cliff, which is another beautiful view to watch


CHINATOWN:

Chinatown articulates the early 20th Century Chinese buildings by Western architects. Chinatown is the leading Chinese area on the West Coast. There are many dim sum restaurants and places to purchase reliable souvenirs. Chinatown is crowded with fish hawkers, herb shops, acupuncture clinics, tea houses, and Buddhist temples. There are many other things created for the tourist. Alleyway and shops will give you a glimpse of the "real" Chinatown.



PALACE OF FINE ARTS:

The magnificent Palace of Fine Arts bears a resemblance to a classical roman structure. The building was totally re-established in 1969 and today it is identified as Exploratorium, i.e. a science museum for children and adults. It even includes 100-seat Theater presenting a variety of concerts and acts. It is balanced on a lagoon within a small park, which is even a well-liked site for wedding photo shoots.




LOMBARD STREET:


Lombard Street is the best known Street. It is known as the "Crookedest" Street in Sanfrancisco. The wedge below Hyde Street is the "crooked" section. Cars cannot enter the street. Drive through a cable car to Hyde and Lombard Street and then walk.






GOLDEN GATE PARK:

Golden Gate Park is the San Francisco's biggest park. The most admired attractions in the park are the Japanese Tea Garden, California Academy of Sciences the Strybing Arboretum and Conservatory of Flowers. Golden Gate Park is stretched from the Haight to the Pacific Ocean. It is one of the best sights seeing in San Francisco.

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