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Things to do in San Francisco Bay Area
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Sausalito Wooden Boat Tour
PO Box 124, Sausalito, CA 94966
Take the world class ferry boat ride from San Francisco, California to Sausalito where you will pass Alcatraz Island, Angle Island and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Alegro Private Tours
3145 Geary Blvd. Ste. # 22, San Francisco, CA 94118
Established in 1996, Alegro Private Tours specializes in customized tours in the San Francisco Bay Area of all group sizes.
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SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 8th) San Francisco, CA 94103
This yearÕs theme "Imagining Time, Gathering Memory" looks closely at how time affects our art, our lives and our ability to gather memories.
3108 Fillmore St. San Francisco, CA, 94123
Bubble is the winner of Bay Area's favorite children's store, carries children's clothing for Baby, Boys, Girls, and Tween.
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431 Bush St (btw Claude Ln & Mark Ln)
"Akiko," means “autumn child; iris, bright and light” in Japanese. Centrally-located in the heart of San Francisco, Akiko’s is within walking distance from the Financial District, Union Square, Chinatown and SOMA. We are a family-owned and operated restaurant, and have been providing classic and unique Japanese fare to our customers for over 26 years.
3489 16th Street San Francisco CA
Ike’s Place first opened its door on Halloween of 2007. The man behind the sandwich, Ike Shehadeh, always puts his customers happiness first. That is what sets Ike’s Place aside from the rest. When you come to Ike’s Place it is our goal to make you feel like the unique individual that you are. If that isn’t enough to set us aside, did I mention that the bread is baked fresh to order? And our soon to be patented “Ike’s Dirty Secret Sauce” is spread on every sandwich and baked right in the bread, and another layer is spread on afterwards to give it that extra flavor. Mmmmm… are you hungry yet?
3200 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Elixir is a neighborhood bar that has been serving its neighborhood for as long as there has been a record of this corner (1858).
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San Francisco Cable Car
The driving force behind the San Francisco cable car system came from a man who witnessed a horrible accident on a typically damp summer day in 1869. Andrew Smith Hallidie saw the toll slippery grades could extract when a horse- drawn streetcar slid backwards under its heavy load. The steep slope with wet cobblestones and a heavily weighted vehicle combined to drag five horses to their deaths. Although such a sight would stun anyone, Hallidie and his partners had the know-how to do something about the problem.
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California Winery Advisor
Find detailed information on hundreds of wineries, read reviews, map your journey and add your own winery reviews.