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What to see while vising San Francisco?

Next Saturday I'm leaving for my first trip to California and will spending a week in San Francisco. Of all of us who will be going, only one has been there and even that was just for work so we're looking for fun stuff to check out. We're spending 2 days up along the beach north of SF, then 2 days/nights in wine country, and then the rest of the days in the city itself.

We plan on checking out Alcatraz, Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf, and a couple other touristy type things but I'm looking to see what other suggestions you guys might have. I'll assume a few of you have been out there and have favorite places to check out so post up and let me know what they are. Any favorites wineries, tours to check out, museums, fun stuff in general? Hit me up with some suggestions.

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If I were out there, I'd go straight to Mt. Tam
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OMG I love San Fran...ok, I suggest you see the Japanese Tea Garden (if you are into that sort of thing- very relaxing). Also, I was surprised that the trolley isn't all over the place, just up and down a few streets. Everything is very close together, you can basically walk to most places.

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what are you driving?

Hit up Lombard street as fast as you can also cruise north on hwy 1. it's a ton of fun and good scenery.

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Coit Tower
Lombard Street
Golden Gate Bridge (and Park)
Alcatraz Tour
Ghiradelli Square (see the chocolate made)

Take a day trip to Napa, it is close by and well worth the trip.

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Coit Tower
Lombard Street
Golden Gate Bridge (and Park)
Alcatraz Tour
Ghiradelli Square (see the chocolate made)

Take a day trip to Napa, it is close by and well worth the trip.
+1 A walk down by the Embarcadero (sp) area is nice as well.

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Fun town, its hard NOT to have a great time there. +1 on all the other suggestions.

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If you rent a bike ride up to Alices hwy 84 & 35. great roads hwy 9!
in the city go to BOBO CAVARIS on lombard st. best steak and crab
go up to vista point @ TWEEN PEAKS
and ZEITGEIST is a great bar! accross from SCUDERIA WEST
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Coit Tower
Lombard Street
Golden Gate Bridge (and Park)
Alcatraz Tour
Ghiradelli Square (see the chocolate made)

Take a day trip to Napa, it is close by and well worth the trip.
I liked the Alcatrez tour and I'm not a big history buff. Dan and I also took a bay cruise which was cool cuz you go under the Golden Gate Bridge.

I think Wink covered almost everything but also get a soup bowl from Boudin Bread

Oh and ride the track at Infineon
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I forgot what the place was called, but its like 30 mins north of San Fran.... we went to check out the Red Woods there.

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san francisco is awersome, considering moving there
chinatown is cool, route 1 is a must, that water tower or firemen tower is cool, the art museum next to the japanese garden is cool too, The new Federal Building by Morphosys, if you're into new architecture, MoMA
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That's not a gay attraction, those are true public figures, yes, gay and transsexuals.
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Next Saturday I'm leaving for my first trip to California and will spending a week in San Francisco. Of all of us who will be going, only one has been there and even that was just for work so we're looking for fun stuff to check out. We're spending 2 days up along the beach north of SF, then 2 days/nights in wine country, and then the rest of the days in the city itself.

We plan on checking out Alcatraz, Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf, and a couple other touristy type things but I'm looking to see what other suggestions you guys might have. I'll assume a few of you have been out there and have favorite places to check out so post up and let me know what they are. Any favorites wineries, tours to check out, museums, fun stuff in general? Hit me up with some suggestions.

Thanks!

gay bar? j/k wax museum, crooked st, cable cars, ghiradelli chocolate factory (all you can eat tasting of chocolate). @Fishermans Wharf you have to try da clam chowder.
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Skip alcatraz. Skip the wharf unless you really want to see the seals.

1) Check out the view from Mount Tam - you can drive almost all the way up if you want, but I suggest hiking it. Great paths and beautiful views. At the top you have a 360 degree view of the bay area. see pic
2) Mountain bike Tennessee Valley - go up the range and over, view the pacific coast and old WWII military installations, go down towards the lighthouse and through the tunnel. Kick ass ride!
3) Chill for the afternoon at the Palace of Fine Arts
4) Run up the Lion Street stairs
5) Sausalito is a nice little town close by. Makes for a nice bicycle ride over the Golden Gate bridge and then through Sausalito.
6) Ride the trolley. You can grab one on a loop at Ghiradelli square. Be sure to grab some ice cream at Ghiradelli as well.
7) The Presedio is cool to check out for a little bit because of the foilage. Worth a quick drive through.
8) Muir Woods is not far from San Fran. Big ass redwood trees! Worth it to see how big those things can get.
9) The asian massage parlors are off the hook. Get there just after a shift change. Any cabbie can point you in the right direction.

In Napa, V. Sattui offers the best bang for the buck. One of the more casual and comfortable wineries. Nice grounds with picnic benches. They have a deli where you can buy meats, cheeses, and fruit and have a nice lunch. If you want a good winery tour, check out Mondavi. You might have to make a reservation for the Mondavi tour. A great little european style hotel in the Napa area is the La Residence.
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Be sure to pack warm clothes cuz it gets freaking cold in the nights (around 30). I had to buy jackets
it's cold there during the day. I stayed north a way at a hotel off 101 in Novato. it was 90 up there and mid to high 50s in SF during the peak hours of the day. This was in July.

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Wow, thanks for the suggestions guys - these look great! Keep them coming if you think of anything else. I really appreciate the help

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Alcatraz is a must see, book a tour before you leave or you will have a hard time getting a tour together.

I thought Ashbury & Haight was a waste of time, unless you need Starbucks and a trip to the Gap.

China Town is cool

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Or take a side trip to Oakland...don't they call it Oaksterdam now or something, smoke shops everywhere.

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+1!! If you have a bike you will be renting/borrowing, we have some of the best riding roads in the country. Zeitgeist....how do you know about that?!? I have yet to make it up there, but a lot of my friends on bay area riders forum (BARF) go there. Some other moto (sportbike) bars to hit up are Benders and Ace Cafe.

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Alcatraz is a must see, book a tour before you leave or you will have a hard time getting a tour together.
Yes, better start booking now. Alcatraz is sold out. I've lived here for 6 years now and still haven't gone to Alcatraz.

Dainese Store San Francisco (on South Van Ness) is one of only two of their stores in the U.S. (both in CA ) is a must see, too. If you go, say hi to Dan for me.
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+1!! If you have a bike you will be renting/borrowing, we have some of the best riding roads in the country. Zeitgeist....how do you know about that?!? I have yet to make it up there, but a lot of my friends on bay area riders forum (BARF) go there. Some other moto (sportbike) bars to hit up are Benders and Ace Cafe.



Yes, better start booking now. Alcatraz is sold out. I've lived here for 6 years now and still haven't gone to Alcatraz.

Dainese Store San Francisco (on South Van Ness) is one of only two of their stores in the U.S. (both in CA ) is a must see, too. If you go, say hi to Dan for me.
lol! iam from SF, i mooved here two years ago!!! I am also on BARF....
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Oh gosh, did you ever go to the SF meets? You probably know better than me all of the sites to see.

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Or take a side trip to Oakland...don't they call it Oaksterdam now or something, smoke shops everywhere.
Oh yeah, Oakland...Kind of like the South Side of Chicago...greeaatt place to visit! If you cross the Bay Bridge, I'm sure there's more than enough smoke related shops and then some, just north of Oakland, in Bezerkeley...I mean Berkeley.

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