San Francisco As You Like It: 23 Tailor-Made Tours for Culture Vultures, Shopaholics, Neo-Bohemians, Frenzied Foodies, Savvy Natives and Everyone Else

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Ulysses Press, Apr 30, 2004 - Travel - 256 pages
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A refreshing antidote to the standard, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink travel guide, San Francisco as You Like It takes over 20 character types -- from grandmothers and parents with toddlers in tow, to savvy natives, neo-bohemians, and epicureans -- and creates special tours that crisscross the city to satisfy their specific likes, needs, and preferences. Instead of reviewing attractions, hotels, restaurants, and everything else by category or location, this book presents its recommendations through customized itineraries that cater to the people who will use them. Using this unique organizational tool, it becomes the definitive insider’s guide to the city -- a perfect companion for visitors and locals alike. San Francisco native Bonnie Wach understands that where you want to go in this incredibly diverse city depends on who you are (or who you want to be). Her advice is practical, funny, and deeply rooted in San Francisco's exotic history and quirky character.

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Bonnie Wach is the former editor of WHERE San Francisco magazine. She currently writes a restaurant review column for the SF Weekly newspaper.

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