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With such a variety of iconic attractions in one place, you'll never have a boring moment in San Francisco! First things first, make sure you get some selfies in front of Golden Gate Bridge and Pier 39. When you've finished with those, you'll still have the University of California San Francisco and Palace of Fine Arts to check out!
Home to attractions like Twin Peaks and the Exploratorium, there will never be a boring moment in this exhilarating metropolis. After you've finished looking around those, squeeze in a bit more sightseeing at the California Academy of Sciences and Golden Gate Park.
Ready to escape the mainland for a bit? You'll find there's a range of cool sights to see just over the water on Alcatraz Island. Adventurers in this destination have a great range of options. Soap, shampoo and toothpaste are some of the supplies you need while traveling. But — if you forget to pack your toiletries, you'll probably find what you need at Ghirardelli Square. Still have some time to spare? Interested in the extraordinary marine world? Encounter colorful animals and learn about the wonders of our planet's vast blue waters at Aquarium of the Bay.
Life is either an amazing adventure or nothing at all, so why not open yourself up to some new and exciting experiences?
Kick-start your trip to San Francisco by trying one or two of these things to do:
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If the thought of a generously stocked minibar and a swanky bathtub excites you, grab a drink and steep yourself in luxury at the Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square (900 N Point Street) or The St. Regis San Francisco (125 3rd St). If you're hoping to find somewhere that doesn't break the bank, the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square (515 Mason Street) and the Wharf Inn (2601 Mason St) might suit your requirements better.
There's nothing like arriving at Oakland International Airport (OAK) after being confined in a cramped cabin for hours. Once you've picked up your suitcases and stretched out your limbs, you'll find yourself around 12 miles (19 km) from central San Francisco.
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It was a beautiful hotel with a great location. Has it’s iwn restaurant/ bar and coffee bar. However, parking across the street is an issue but either than that it was perfect.
The rooms was really nice and clean. Very accessible to many places. What I didn’t like is if you do self-parking without checking-in, the lobby area is not elevator accessible. You can only access the elevator if you have the card provided by them. I had all my baby’s stuff out of the car, not realizing ...
Great place to visit again I think they need more elevators Is a lit people 4 only 4 small elevators