Lives in Terre Haute, Indiana
Since Jul 2006
Piers & Boardwalks
Piers & Boardwalks, Neighbourhoods
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Walking Areas
Bodies of Water
Shopping Malls, Points of Interest & Landmarks,
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Gardens
THE tourist spot in San Francisco. All the junky tourist shops you would want but what a fantastic view from the pier's end.
It's crowded, full of energy and adventure, as well as tourist traps. It's like you've stepped into a time and culture warp.
This is one of the great public parks in our country.
A gem of a small(ish) hotel in a central location.
This is the heart of downtown San Francisco. From shopping, to dining, to people watching, you can't do any better.
Not as touristy as other spots and the food is darn good and moderately priced.
An odd little museum filled with mechanical oddities that could entertain for minutes or hours. Your choice.
This is the real hole-in-the-wall restaurant that locals frequent.
An iconic (and touristy) spot not to be missed. Enjoy it for an hour, then move on to something else.
Peace out. If you grew up in the '60s and '70s you've got to visit this now gentrified area of the city.
One of the most beautiful and photographed bodies of water in the world.
One of the most beautiful and photographed bridges of the world now illuminated with a moving LED display.
A great place for tourist food, shopping and view of the Golden Gate Bridge.
It's free and you can hop on and off a cable car to get here.
An impressive hill with impressive history and architecture.
A fabulous beach in one of the world's greatest cities. What's not to love?
Another reason Golden Gate Park is a must if you are a nature lover.