I have posted about Golden Gate Park in San Francisco before but there is even more to talk about. The California Academy of Sciences is a world class science center which proves entertaining for adults and children. I was visiting the sites nearby and had a few hours to kill and thought it would be a … Continue reading California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park
I rarely visit San Francisco without visiting Golden Gate Park. My favorite place to visit within the park is the Botanic Gardens. Now charging a small fee for entry I often think I don’t need to visit having been there multiple times before. However, every time I go I am left recharged and looking forward … Continue reading Botanic gardens – Golden Gate Park San Francisco
Golden Gate Park, in my book should be every bit as popular and well known as Central Park and for some unknown reason it’s not. It is a virtual oasis in The City. One of many reasons is the Japanese Tea Garden. For a few dollars you can be transported to another place in time. … Continue reading Japanese Tea Garden – Golden Gate Park San Francisco
Don’t look down! My cousins and their Egyptian foreign exchange student came to visit San Francisco for business/pleasure from Phoenix. Deciding not to plan ahead my cousins and I , both San Francisco tourist veterans in our own right, set to decide what important sites their new “daughter” must see. The conversation went like this, … Continue reading Just takin’ a little walk…over the Golden Gate Bridge!
Golden Gate Park is full of surprises and pleasant escapes from the rest of the City. It is certainly up for “Best Park in America” if you ask me which no one ever does… I digress. One of the many treats in Golden Gate Park is the Conservatory of Flowers. It was like a trip … Continue reading San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers
San Francisco’s premier art museum De Young , located in the glorious Golden Gate Park, is showing a “Cult of the Machine” exhibit which is simple, small, and enjoyable. The exhibit focuses on what appears to be period Industrial Art Deco style meets San Francisco Tech Industry. A few pieces even focused on the Golden Gate … Continue reading De Young Museum- Cult of the Machine
Ever wonder what’s at the end of the world? Well, at Land’s End in San Francisco Bay, it’s a labyrinth and an amazing view of the most iconic bridge in the world…the Golden Gate. I’ve been visiting this city for a long time and only just heard about this labyrinth. Where has it been all … Continue reading Lands End Labyrinth – San Francisco
Coit Tower is an important part of the San Francisco skyline. Sitting atop Telegraph Hill it juts up 210 feet sticking out from the buildings around it like a beautiful sore thumb. We will just pretend I am only 29 years old and say that I have been visiting SF for 29 years and have … Continue reading San Francisco – Coit Tower