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Tag Archives: Embarcadero
This little spot is worth a little trek from the Embarcadero Center Cinema (a GREAT little art film theater), across the pedestrian bridge over Battery Street; then walk down the stairs and enjoy the water and then you’ll come to … Continue reading
This is a great trip and not as difficult as it might sound. You can rent bikes all over the city, but Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals has a shop at Pier 39. Take any street car (The F Line) down … Continue reading
The Hyatt Regency is one of the best located hotels in the city. It’s close to everything – cable cars that rarely have a que to ride, the Embarcadero, the Ferry Building, street cars, busses, BART, underground MUNI, and of … Continue reading