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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.
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Category Archives: Art
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
This is a MUST when visiting San Francisco. It’s been popular for 40 years!!! The show is constantly “adjusted” to stay up with current events, which keeps it fresh and even funnier. I’ve seen it 5 times and enjoy it … Continue reading
Internationally renowned light sculpture artist, Leo Villareal’s has created a lighting extravaganza of 25,000 LEDs on the north side of famed San Francisco Bay Bridge. The lights will be dancing their way into the hearts of people watching from every … Continue reading
The Butler and The Chef is one of my favorite antique shops in the city … or actually anywhere. Maybe it’s because I love all things French, or maybe it’s because it’s filled with things you don’t see in the … Continue reading
This is an updated post with new, improved photos! Yea! The sun came out … FINALLY! For details about the piece, keep reading below … Original post: I rushed by this new art installation this morning and didn’t have time … Continue reading
I’ve passed by this clever museum too many times … waiting for the right time. I work near there; so it’s close and easily put off. Darn. I wish I’d gone in long ago. It’s filled with historical cartoons that … Continue reading