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I love the deYoung Museum, the Botanical Gardens, and just walking around. You can take a city bus to/from almost anywhere. Uber is also available, and not expensive as the city itself is surprisingly small.
Long rainy day of walking in the park- Saw the bison, one of the windmills, de Young Museum, Botanical Gardens and Japanese Tea Garden. Loved all of it. I would rent a bike or segway if I returned again.
I had the opportunity to walk the full length of Golden Gate Park (boy do my feet hurts). Sadly it was raining when I got there so I opted to skip some of the gardens. But soon the sun came out and the park was...More
A wonderful space to walk, enjoy the vies and see locals enjoying themselves. So many places to visit/ When we were there there was a wonderful Monet exhibition at the De Young which would have been worth coming to San Francisco for on its own....More
The Golden Gate Park in San Francisco is a public park and is bigger in area than the Central Park in NY city. It is a pleasure exploring this park by just walking around. There are several things to see within this park. It is...More
The beauty of Golden Gate Park is the sheer size of the place. From the beach end up to Haight Ashbury end there is all kinds of stuff to do there. There is the Japanese Tea Gardens to walk through and see all the flowers...More
Depends how. I think to walk to would take an awful long time and please don't forget about the hills. It will turn any nice walk to a nightmare. It will cost $50 in a cab or uber, you're going across town. When I went... More
Depends how. I think to walk to would take an awful long time and please don't forget about the hills. It will turn any nice walk to a nightmare. It will cost $50 in a cab or uber, you're going across town. When I went, I took the hour long bus (cab would take you a half an hour anyway - we took cab there cause I was tired, but bus back). I got a 7 day muni pass that got me unlimited rides on cable car, streetcar and buses for like $45. Paid for itself in the first day. You can buy it right at the airport where baggage claim is. I recommend the public transportation highly, it runs well and is priced right if you are looking out for that sort of thing.