Lives in Birmingham
Since Nov. 2007
50-64 year old male
Arenas & Stadiums
Bodies of Water
Neighbourhoods, Piers & Boardwalks, Scenic Walking Areas
Historic Sites, Islands, National Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas
Piers & Boardwalks
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Historic Walking Areas, Neighbourhoods, Piers & Boardwalks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Architectural Buildings, Monuments & Statues, Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Historic Walking Areas, Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
One of the best new bars in San Francisco reflecting the growthof of Craft Beer in Northern California. A great selection of beers on tap and good food..
A breathtaking walk from the Marina District to the Golden Gate Bridge. Chrissy Field is returning to its natural wild state. Breathtaking views of the Bridge
Home of the San Francisco Giants and one of the best Ballparks in the country. Try to get to a game if visiting between April and September. Great atmosphere and a must visit for sports fans.
The city by the bay, see the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, take a ferry, walk the Bridge
Close to the ballpark and very busy on game days. Good food, great atmosphere and a good range of beers. I felt like a local after a couple of visits
A must do for all tourists. A great experience with great views of the city
A San Francisco gem and worth a visit for the Photo opportunity. If you're walking from the Marina to the Golden Gate Bridge it's a short detour
Another Brewpub, South of Market St. Popular with conventioneers, tourists and locals. Good food, good beer and good service.
On my first visit to San Francisco in 1999 I was on a tight budget and stopped at the San Remo one of SF's best kept secrets. Cheap compared to San Francisco's chain hotels. Bathrooms are shared, rooms are small but the hotel has a great character
Handy for Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39 etc a good location, I've stopped here a few times. You know what you get witH Hyatt
Strictly for the tourists the Wharf abounds with tacky souvenir stores. Worth a visit but aimed at the tourist
A must visit for any tourist the prison is atmospheric, spooky and full of history. Visit early - take the first boat if possible and book in advance during the summer
The best known bridge in the world, an Icon. There's a pedestrian walkway so walk across, it's well over a mile to the other side. Walk from the Marina along the beach and Chrissy Fields then walk the Bridge itself.
Good location on Columbus Avenue, I've stayed here on several occasions. Typical Holiday Inn but welcoming
Acres and acres of the landscaped park stretching down from Haight to The a Pacific Ocean. A lot to see so wear your walking shoes and give it plenty of time
Tourist Central but worth a visit to see the sea lions
Historic Chinatown, check out the tacky souvenir stores but enjoy the atmosphere. Check out a restaurant or two.
Unfortunately you can't walk over this one but great for photos. Overshadowed by the more famous Bridge in SF but a great bridge in it's own right.
Another tourist Mecca. Twisting and turning, the crooked bit is just a small section of Lombard St
The main shopping strip in SF, ride the historic trolley buses down Market to the Castro
Revived since the 1988 earthquake resulted in the double decker freeway being demolished, opened up, runs from Fishermans Wharf with historic trolley buses, piers and a lot of SF history
An historic SF landmark, a good walk up hill or take the bus. Great views from the top
Nowadays it's an hippy theme park but still lots of funky stores and the famous road sign