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Don't miss this fun and "easier then you think" adventure. Bike the Golden Gate Bridge. Start in Downtown San Francisco near the Ferry Building, rent a bike if you need one, then ride along the bay and past Fisherman's Wharf and other SF landmarks, then across the bridge and down the big hill into Sausalito, then come back across the bay by ferry to where you started. Enjoy the easy step-by-step instructions. Take it on your smart phone or tablet. An amazing adventure you'll treasure forever.
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Adah’s book, Stairway Walks in San Francisco, is still a big hit since her first edition in 1984. Now in it’s 6th edition, and better than ever, with 27 jaunts and over 600 public stairways, you’ll find plenty of entertainment … Continue reading
I love this shot of Adah. The others were just tooooo “normal”. This one reflects her nicely. Today, I had the pleasure of doing a little video interview of Adah Bakalinsky, author of Stairway Walks of San Francisco. What a … Continue reading
Alexandra does hiking tours, which is a quirky thing to do in San Francisco, mainly because most people come here for completely different reasons, most of which have nothing to do with enjoying our rich and wonderful city. If you … Continue reading