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The San Francisco Bay is home to some of the most extraordinary bridges ever built. The queen of the lot -- the Golden Gate -- has even been named one of the “Wonders of the Modern World” and (according to Frommers Travel Guides) is also the world’s most photographed bridge.
No matter how many times you’ve visited the City by the Bay, left and then returned to reclaim your heart ..... we have great suggestions for trips to San Francisco.
San Francisco’s culturally diverse, polyglot palate -- coupled with a big dose of attitude, free-thinking and a year-round supply of fresh produce create the ultimate recipe for great eating. Our problem is where to end the list.....
Although no one refers to San Francisco as “The Paris of the West” these days, remnants from the “Summer of Love” can still be found. And since the city is perennially one of the most popular destinations in the states, it’s safe to assume that unsuspecting tourists do continue to lose their hearts here.
A beacon for free speech since its founding in 1953, City Lights Booksellers is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Founded by poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Peter D. Martin, City Lights was the first all-paperback bookstore in the country, a revolutionary idea at the time.
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