Bike the Golden Gate eBook NOW FREE!!!
Get this step-by-step guide and upload to your smart phone or tablet. An amazing adventure you'll treasure forever. Start downtown, rent a bike at the Ferry Building, ride along the water, pass Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39 and other SF landmarks, then cross the Golden Gate Bridge and zoom down the big hill into Sausalito. Then take the ferry back to SF.
AND, below are links to more resources you're gonna love. (FREE TOO!)
FREE TRAVEL DOCUMENTS:
SHOP TRAVEL GEAR
VIDEOS, PHOTOS, APPS
SF AFTER DARK
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Category Archives: Adventure
When I travel, I love to purchase a new fragrance. Why? Because every time I wear it, I’m reminded of my amazing trip. If you’re planning a visit to San Francisco, you might want to include a little shopping excursion … Continue reading
The weather has been great and now is the time for fun bike ride across the Golden Gate Bridge. This is not a difficult ride. There are only two hills and if you can’t pedal up, just walk your bike … Continue reading
Lombard Street is the glamour street and gets all the attention, but Vermont Street (at 20th) in Potrero Hill Area is, in fact, the most crooked. Lombard is paved with red brick which is quite cool, but Vermont is merely concrete. Lombard … Continue reading
Well, this was fun. I was riding my bike on the water side of the Embarcadero, North of the Ferry Building and saw the sign for the Water Taxi (again … I’ve passed the sign many times, but didn’t see … Continue reading
What are POPOS? Privately Owned Public Open Spaces. SPUR is a local organization that produced this awesome map and guide to 68 privately owned parks in the city that are open to the public — but often hard to find. They … Continue reading
I’m not a huge tattoo fan, but it could make a trip here memorable!!! If it’s something you are serious about, there are a lot of tattoo parlors here. Below is a map of some I found.