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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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I’ve been going to the Cliff House for over 60 years. Wow … I’m old!!! But I digress. I grew up in Pacific Grove, on the Monterey Peninsula, and I recall my parents getting dressed up to go to “the … Continue reading
Here’s another bike ride you might love. It’s really not a difficult ride and is more about the fun of it all, getting out on the water, having a little lunch and getting some exercise … and maybe a walk … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s nice to do nothing, and behind the Ferry Builbing is a great spot to re-group while enjoying the view.
After the big parade, we all walked down to the Civic Center, where all the food concessions, live entertainment and dancing is set-up. The summer smells of BBQ’d everything was wafting though the air on this fun and sunny day. … Continue reading
This North Beach landmark might possibly live forever. It was co-founded by poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti in 1953 during the Beat Scene. It was the first bookstore in the US that stocked only paperback books. It’s one of the only bookstores … Continue reading
Enjoy two new virtual reality tours below. One shows the latest improvements for the parking lot and paths that overlook the old Sutro Baths. My Dad remembers swimming there and I’ve seen some amazing photos; so it’s a little sad … Continue reading