San Francisco Travel Guide Vlog Vacation Tour Things to do in What Place Visit See Trip Tips Diary

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  1. Aww you didn't showcase the castro, the mission with its many wall murals spread across its neighborhood, twin peaks (the highest point in the city, AMAZING unobstructed view of the entire bay), Lombard street, the twist and turn garden road located in the marina, The mission (worth mentioning again), again solely on its authentic mexican and latin food… and sooo much more D:

    Great guide though, I've lived here for 10+ years and I stil feel like theres so much I dont know about the city yet.

  2. Out all the videos I've seen about traveling to SF this one has beat them all. I'm going to SF in two weeks, and using many of your tips! I just started my youtube channel, hoping to get some great footage for when I am there!

  3. FYI …DID ANYONE EVER TELL YOU THAT UR WIFE LOOK LIKE ANNA NICOLE SMITH …THE WAY SHE SMILE AND MAKE UP N HER SELF …DOES LOOK LIKE ANNA NICOLE SMITH …

  4. okay this is probably a dumb question, but on the boat ride to alcatraz, were the waves very noticeable? I am very sensitive to seasickness and as much as I would love to see alcatraz when I visit, I don't want to pay almost $80 for a ticket and not be able to enjoy it

  5. I biked, walked and rode the cable car everywhere in SF. It was amazing, I got to experience the little details and the vibe of the city. I actually walked from Union Square to the Golden Gate Bridge which was one of the best walks I've ever had. I recommend skipping a car, unless you want to go further from the city and use your legs to ride and walk and take public transport. Don't miss the cable car!!!

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