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Oh San Fran. It is one of my favorite places - with all its quirks and personality…it is an amazing place to explore for a long weekend (or more!). We've spent several days in SF and then taken side trips to Carmel, Big Sur & Healdsburg (you can find Wild Bum Guides to Point Reyes & Healdsburg, if interested in adding on!).
It's a foodies paradise. It is super easy to get around. It has something for everyone! I discover something new each time I go. You can be as busy as you want or relax and take in the views — from several spots within the city!
If it's foggy or chilly, you can often times hop on the ferry to Sausalito and feel a bit of sunshine to warm you up!
Read below to find out what this comprehensive Guide entails.
The Golden Gate Bridge
Well, sure - it is the most visited bridge in the U.S. Also, the most photographed, in perhaps the world…and for good reason!
This is a tie between the food and the hiking/outdoor space.
I've had some of the best meals of my life in SF and I have had some of the greatest hiking experiences!
Alright. Here are the deets on my Guide. If you LOVE food and are ok with splurging just a bit on an amazing restaurant and dining experience. This Guide is for you! I list coffee shops, breakfast, lunch and dinner MUSTS! There are quite a few options in the Guide for you to choose from.
Accommodation Recs: I do list a few Airbnb options as well as hotels. I would say these range from affordable/budget to a bit upscale.
I've got you covered with a neighborhood breakdown, the best bars, music venues & speakeasies. All of the hikes and parks to explore, cool things to do, hidden gems and even day trips!
If you want an opportunity to do a little service or volunteer work - I've got you covered there as well. Including a Tips & Etiquette page.
This Guide will save you hours and hours and hours of research — look no farther! Save your time & your sanity. Printer-friendly…take your blueprint & go ENJOY San Fran.
Nothing energizes me more than exploring a new city. I totally geek out on the travel research which makes for super cool experiences!
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