San Francisco

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Lonely Planet Publications, 1999 - Reference - 327 pages
3 Reviews
Thoroughly updated, this lively guide is filled with reliable recommendations for the coolest places to eat, sleep and shop in San Francisco. It profiles the city's history, politics and culture, reveals endearing San Francisco quirks and offers hot tips and secrets from the Lonely Planet staff. Excursions take visitors throughout the Bay Area: to Berkeley, Marin, the wine country and other spots.

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Review: San Francisco (Lonely Planet City Guide)

User Review  - Autumn Jean - Goodreads

Fun facts, small maps (at least in the Kindle Version) but great in-pocket for when you're out touring (or planning to go see San Francisco). My family and I are moving to SF and I was curious about ... Read full review

Review: San Francisco (Lonely Planet City Guide)

User Review  - Martha - Goodreads

I'll be visiting a friend who lives in the San Francisco area for a few days next month, so I thought it would be worth taking a look at this. I read through it with the goal of figuring out what the ... Read full review

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Contents

Contents
7
Government Politics
23
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR
36
GETTING THERE AWAY
55
THINGS TO SEE DO
72
Financial District
85
Chinatown
100
Russian Hill
114
Civic Center
185
Jackson Square
193
ENTERTAINMENT
222
Live Music
237
Ballet
248
EXCURSIONS
266
Berkeley
278
Marin County
289

PLACES TO STAY
161
PLACES TO EAT
179
Mill Valley
295
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