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Known around the world for its Victorian row homes, this spectacular hilltop park is an ideal spot for taking photos. The park is currently undergoing renovations and will reopen Spring 2017. While under construction, a viewing area will remain open...more
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On a recent sunny day on our trip to SF we went to Alamo Square. The East side of the grassy area was packed with people - all facing the Painted Ladies of course - and the West side grass was fairly empty. It's a...More
The park is out of control with car break-ins focused on tourist rental cars, vans or anyone that forgets to curb their wheels which shows you are not from the neighborhood. The police have given up on stopping these rings of thieves because the city...More
Great discovery, unpretentious with super tasty food. I was hesitant to take the lump crab cake entree but took it as appetizer, would have I know it was so little battered I would have taken it as a meal.
Very busy park in San Francisco. Really not the largest or prettiest Victorian houses in the city just more famous due to an old tv show. Used to go here but now I rarely do as its overrun by tourists and a few strange folks...More
Traveling alone; The infamous Painted Ladies was a must see on my list! What makes it so good is the view behind them! Ic you’re planning a trip to San Fran, try to fit going here into your schedule. You won’t regret it.
Kind of crowded, but we were lucky to find parking on the street. Nice view of the city. No need to come again unless you want to hang out at the park. Many weird manikins throughout the park just sitting on a bench. Came just...More
Park itself is not a big and exciting place to go but you will notice right away that something is up as there is a lot of people coming through...
Just follow them and you will see what the main reason for visiting is.
But what`s the most intresting are the pastel-colored Victorian houses climbing the slope.However, it is understood that there was a lack of a city architect who could hinder the construction of the stone house at the end of the row of houses.
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Ahhh, parking in San Francisco. Basically, you let all people out of your vehicle who have limited mobility, and then you make some concentric circles until you find a coveted parking place. Key here is to remember where you... More
Ahhh, parking in San Francisco. Basically, you let all people out of your vehicle who have limited mobility, and then you make some concentric circles until you find a coveted parking place. Key here is to remember where you parked. At the end of the visit to the Alamo Square, you do the reverse. Easy for your peeps, some work required on your part.