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Once you get to know the friendly, foggy city of San Francisco, odds are you’ll never want to leave.
No visit to San Francisco, regardless of length, is complete without a pit stop at Pier 39.
Located at the edge of Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39 is home to shopping, restaurants, the Aquarium of the Bay, and much more. Yes, it draws a lot of tourists, but locals love it as well. You can spend hours tasting some of the best seafood in the world at the numerous eateries on the pier, or just get to know some of the sea lions that enjoy lazing around in the sunshine there. If you’ve got children with you, take them to the Aquarium of the Bay, where they can learn about some of the local sea life in the surrounding waters.
Just 2 km south of Pier 39 is the San Francisco Playhouse, which is the local hot spot for Broadway plays and other outstanding live performances. The playhouse is located in the Kensington Park Hotel, a Gothic-style building constructed in 1925. After taking in a masterpiece, why not make your way back to your 4-star hotel in San Francisco to catch some R&R? You’ll need it after wandering around Pier 39 and exploring the different parts of the city. If you stay near the waterfront, you’ll have easy access to all the delightful restaurants and entertainment at Fisherman’s Wharf and along the Embarcadero. If you’d like to see a real Pacific Ocean sunset, make dinner reservations at the Cliff House, located 7.5 km west of Fisherman’s Wharf. This legendary restaurant is perched right over the ocean, and it offers delectable fare and a striking view of the sea.
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