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    So for a present, I am getting a trip to SF. What are some cool things to do there?

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    Drive around really fast in a Highland Green Mustang.

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    Golden Gate Bridge
    Golden Gate Park
    the Science Museum
    the Classical Museum
    Walk around downtown, see the Transamerica building
    Parrots of Telegraph Hill, really beautiful tower there with murals
    Farmers Market at the Embarcadero
    that's some of what I saw when I was there last. great city.

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    Love SF!

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    I'm going too, in two weeks. The only thing I know I'm doing for certain is renting a motorcycle and hopefully getting lost among the Redwood trees. I'm open to other things.

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    Golden Gate Bridge
    Golden Gate Park
    the Science Museum
    the Classical Museum
    Walk around downtown, see the Transamerica building
    Parrots of Telegraph Hill, really beautiful tower there with murals
    Farmers Market at the Embarcadero
    that's some of what I saw when I was there last. great city.
    Already had some of these on me list, others I'll look in to.



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    haight ashbury for crazy people-watching and good shopping.

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    Always loved fisherman's wharf and Chinatown for food as a kid
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    Staying in a super touristy spot at Fisherman's Wharf. It has a Ben and Jerry's right next to it. Very excited. @mmhmm's already picked out a ton of food places, but always open to more.


    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Always loved fisherman's wharf and Chinatown for food as a kid
    Perfect.



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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Always loved fisherman's wharf and Chinatown for food as a kid
    fisherman's wharf is really touristy but i like looking at the sea lions. they're funny creatures

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