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The Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is worldwide renowned and recognized as one of the Seven Civil Engineering Wonders of the United States  In addition, it is one of the largest suspension bridges in the world. Construction began on January 5, 1933, and on May 28, 1937 the Golden Gate Bridge opened to traffic. Since 1937 the bridge, which is crossed by approximately 40 million vehicles every year, has served as a vital link in California's highway system. At the same time the Golden Gate Bridge with over nine million visitors each year is a landmark of the City of San Francisco.
 
Alamo Square
One of the more upscale sights in the is a steep trek uphill on Steiner Street to Alamo Square. This small park is unremarkable in itself but its hilltop affords an unobstructed view of a row of postcard perfect painted Victorians with San Francisco’s skyscrapers, providing a stunning contrast
Chinatown
Chinatown is no recent tourist invention, but a thriving neighborhood since the Gold Rush of 1849. Grant Avenue offers the heavily photographed Chinatown Gate and the most ornate Asian architecture but the true essence of the neighborhood is more readily observable a couple streets over on Stockton Street, especially in the early morning when locals are out buying their produce and freshly butchered meat. Live frogs, blue chickens, you name it.  as you can get so enjoy it. It’s free to look but get right in and buy something or have something to eat. It’s inexpensive, great quality, and fun .
 
Lombard Street
Lombard Street begins at Presidio Boulevard inside The Presidio and runs east through the Cow Hollow neighborhood. For 12 blocks between Broderick Street and Van Ness Avenue, it is a principal arterial road that is co-signed as U.S. Route 101. Lombard Street then continues through the Russian Hill and Telegraph Hill neighborhoods, breaks off at a point becoming Telegraph Hill Boulevard. That leads to Pioneer Park and Coit Tower. Lombard Street starts again at Winthrop Street and finally terminates at The Embarcadero as a collector road
 
Monterey, Carmel & The 17-Mile Drive
California's spectacular coastline is featured on this tour down California's Highway 1. Your destination is the beautiful Monterey Peninsula. Visit Steinbeck's Cannery Row where there is time for lunch, shopping, picture-taking or for a visit to the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. See gorgeous vistas and wildlife while traveling the coast along the 17-Mile Drive past the famous Pebble Beach Golf Course, stopping along the way for photos. Next, enjoy a visit to the lovely coastal town of Carmel by the Sea before returning via the famed Silicon Valley.
 
PIER 39
PIER 39 is San Francisco’s a festival marketplace with more than 110 stores, 13 full-service restaurants with bay views and numerous fun-filled attractions. PIER 39's shops feature everything from NFL Merchandise to jewelry and imported chocolates. Aquarium of the Bay Admission Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruise San Francisco Sightseeing Trolley Tour PIER 39 Fun Packs
 
 
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