The common cloud covered days in San Francisco are no secret, yet in spite of this, they are brightened by the city's vibrant cultural atmosphere.
Begin your Bay stay on the right footing by checking into a boutique hotel. One of the most hospitable cities in California has some of the most unconventional hotels; they never fail to impress.
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As one of the most walkable cities, San Francisco has many accessible hot spots ranging from eateries to parks. Some must see's are described below.
Golden Gate Park is the biggest park in San Francisco, and while it is an attraction in and of itself, its vast grounds house various others. Two of which are the Japanese Botanical Gardens and the de Young Museum. This is not to mention the various festivals that are held on the park grounds. Check to see what festivals or events are during your stay.
The locally notorious Dolores Park is nestled in the Mission District where locals and travelers alike can enjoy some Bi-Rite ice cream, or a lunch to go.
If we had to pick two amazing specialty sandwich shops, we highly recommend Bite and Deli Board. Anything with house made rotisserie chicken at Bite is unforgettable, and Deli Board has an intimidating selection of signature corned beef and brisket sandwiches.
Hayes Valley is one of the most endearing neighborhoods of San Francisco. There is an authentic German beer garden there by the name of Biergarten. Didn't expect that did you? They also serve locally sourced food, try their Burger Wednesdays.
There are of course various tours that can be found in and around the renowned Embarcadero. Such as bike tours, some casual walking tours, and even whale watching. Though, if you feel like going solo, try walking across the Golden Gate Bridge. It's a must have on a bucket list and there is something inherently satisfying about it.
Or visit Fort Point where history practically seeps from the walls. It is located on the Presidio with beautiful views of the water, and is just one of many San Francisco historical points of interest.
Narrowing down our favorites was tough, however it was nothing many slips of paper and a hat could not fix. Read on!
Opened in 1913, this historic hotel has welcomed guests for over a 100 years. Beautifully renovated, yet preserving it’s historical charm, The Mosser features complimentary WIFI, morning coffee and a helpful staff. Also, the location is killer. It is close to shopping at the Westfield Mall and is a short walk away from the Powell Street BART station. From BART the city of San Francisco is practically at your fingertips.
Many artists' careers have been launched at The Fillmore. As a historic music venue that has hosted an astounding array of musicians, such The Doors, Jimi Hendrix Experience, Carlos Santana, Miles Davis, and British acts like The Who, Pink Floyd or Elton John. Attending a show here will make for one amazing night.
Whatever genre of music or style of dancing you are partial to, The Fillmore will surely have something to your liking.
Twin Peaks, the second highest peaks in San Francisco, are located right in center of the city and offer the most expansive views of the city and surrounding bay area. Even better: a visit there is always free. Climb to the top for the absolute experience, the full 360° view. If you don't feel like exercising, the parking lot near the top offers a great view as well. Bring a jacket - it's often very windy up there.
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