San Francisco

This is a small city with a big impact. San Francisco is a pioneer of digital age with its technology start-ups, while it is also a nostalgic place with its charming neighborhoods with candy-colored Victorian houses, as well as its iconic tram going up and down the streets. The Lombard Street is a must-see, with its eight sharp turns, allowing the cars to navigate at the speed of a tortoise. Taking a tram from Market Street to Hyde Pier, having an Irish coffee at The Bueno Vista, having the Bayside History Walk along the famous Fisherman’s Wharf, up to the Ferry Building is a good way to be introduced into the city. Ferry Building Marketplace is packed with some of the city's favorite food spots. San Francisco is actually where the American Cuisine is reinvented with an emphasis on local ingredients and fair trade. The city is an important Pacific Coast fishing center and a heaven for seafood enthusiasts with its abundant crabs, lobsters and oysters as well. It has a deliberate French influence, and a cosmopolitan feel with its Chinatown and Japantown, both being distinct worlds in themselves. It is also a good idea to have an early morning stroll to the scenic viewpoint for the Golden Gate Bridge for capturing postcard beauty photos. Crossing the bridge, you arrive at the beautiful seaside fisherman’s town of Sausalito, which deserves a visit for its charming seafood restaurants, cafes and galleries. A one and a half hour drive into the north would take you to Napa Valley, which is a wine enthusiast’s dream. Winding down to the south, the Pacific Coast Highway is in everybody’s bucket list for its magical oceanfront scenery.

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