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Guidebooks about San Francisco
4 Days in San Francisco
San Francisco in four days is tough. To me, it's one of the world's most unique cities, and therefore has a LOT to see. From the streets lined with colorful and charming Victorian houses, to the unbeatable views from the city's hills, to the green parks filled with techies, hipsters, hippies, and yuppies alike, you won't run out of things to do. The hard part about a 4 day trip to San Francisco is prioritizing what are the BEST things to see and do, so I've laid them out for you in this guide. This travel guide will lead you in 4 days through the city's best spots, best kept secrets, best restaurants and bars, and beyond, through various neighborhoods and districts: North Beach, The Marina, The Castro, The Mission, Nob Hill/Union Square and SOMA. San Francisco is truly a special city and I'm eager for you to experience it for yourself. Safe travels! xx, Megan
- Megan Funk
Het ultieme rondje West VS
101-1-5-215-15-10-66-40-93-160-190-395-120-80-4-5-12. Dit is de cijfercode van één van de mooiste autoroutes door West-Amerika. Het is de sleutel die de deur opent naar Money, Movies, Magic, Mountains & More. De combinatie van wegen die je meevoeren langs alle hoogtepunten van het Wilde Westen: San Francisco, de Pacifische kust, Los Angeles, San Diego, The Grand Canyon, Vegas, Death Valley, Yosemite Park en de wijnvelden van Sonoma en Nappa Valley.
- Robert de Koning
Eating Well in San Francisco
Known as much for its fog-swept hills and cable cars as for its countercultural past, San Francisco more recently earned a well-deserved reputation as a food city. From crab shacks to haute bar food and everything in-between, San Francisco offers every eater a chance to savor the unique flavors of Northern California and beyond while exploring the neighborhoods of the City by the Bay. Luckily for visitors, many of San Francisco’s must-try restaurants, food trucks and watering holes are within easy walking or public transportation distance of downtown hotels. For adventurers willing to trek a bit further from home base, great food and drinks and a chance to hang with the locals awaits in neighborhoods where few tourists step foot. In this guidebook you'll find all the best places to eat in three of my favorite San Francisco neighborhoods: North Beach/Ghirardelli Square, The Castro, and The Fillmore District. From breakfast straight through to late dinner, from now on you'll know where to go for each of your San Fran cravings.
- Christina Mueller