Planning Your Activities
There are certainly plenty of things you can do in San Francisco. If you're looking to get away from the city, you might want to take a cruise on the bay. Most of the cruises sail around Alcatraz and under the Gold Gate Bridge.
While Lombard Street is certainly not the crookedest street or the steepest, it is the best-known street in San Francisco. While it is only one block long, it includes eight sharp turns with a roadway that is full of colorful flowers.
Golden Gate Park is three miles long and half a mile wide thus making it larger than Central Park in New York City. The park includes Dutch windmills, a buffalo herd, remote control boats, museums and gardens. There are also plenty of places for children to play and for people of all ages to picnic.
Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most photographed places in San Francisco. Some people even take photographs from different angles while others just walk or drive over it. You are able to see it from any place in the city.
While Alcatraz is no longer in use as a prison, it is one of the San Francisco's most popular sights probably due to its popularity in films about the criminals who escaped or tried to escape.
Alcatraz prison wasn't always a place people wanted to go, but today it's one of the city's most popular sights, its mystique pumped up by famous films about the criminals who lived on it or tried to escape from it. You reach Alcatraz by ferry and can then walk into the prison buildings and tour the cellblock, exercise yard and other parts of the prison.
On Your Way to San Francisco
Now that you know how much there is to do in San Francisco, you don't want to wait a minute longer to book your vacation rental by owner. No matter what your budget restraints are or requirements for space you will find just what you are looking for if you book far enough in advance of your travel dates.
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