100 Things to Do in San Francisco Before You Die

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Reedy Press LLC, Oct 1, 2014 - Travel - 160 pages
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Come to San Francisco, to the edge of the continent, to a place that inspires exhilaration and contemplation at the same time, to a world-class city! While you’re here, grab a Mission-style burrito, rent a bike in Golden Gate Park, get tipsy on an alcoholic malt, join a sea chantey sing-along, shop in Haight-Ashbury for tie-dye socks, sample Dungeness crab in season, rock out at a free music festival, and pay tribute to our literary heritage. Then catch the boat to Alcatraz Island, down some dim sum, hike urban trails with an ocean view, hear a jazz band, relax in a redwood grove, meet a giant Pacific octopus, ride an historic streetcar, brunch on beignets, go to the opera, take a free walking tour, and catch a glimpse of our wild parrots on the wing. With pointers from 100 Things to Do in San Francisco Before You Die, travelers can do all that and much, much more, including many free activities. So come to San Francisco—and be sure to bring this book!

 

 

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 Eve Batey is the co-founder of SFist.com, the proprietor of The San Francisco Appeal, and used to be a Deputy Managing Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in the Outer Sunset with her husband and a bunch of animals. Her website is evebatey.com. Patricia Corrigan is a freelance writer and editor in San Francisco who worked for 23 years as a newspaper reporter and has written 17 books. She lives in Twin Peaks, close to her son, daughter-in-law, and grandson. Her website is patriciacorrigan.com.

 

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