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San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world to visit and also one of the most beautiful cities to live at. There's a lot to do with all the standard postcard icons such as The Golden Gate, Lombard, North Beach, Embarcadero, Mission and Union Square. However, the true jewels of San Francisco are its hidden gems. Apart from running to Sausalito and watching time pass by on weekend afternoons at Dolores Park, my personal favourite place to be at San Francisco on Sunday evenings is The Revolution Cafe on 22nd Street off the Mission and Valencia. Grab a cuppa warm milk, coffee, tea or whatever you fancy and enjoy the finest musicians in the city hobbled by the corner playing classical, jazz and blues. A perfect way to end the weekend and start the new week ahead. A uniquely San Francisco experience.
Actually you are near Sausalito when you end that lovely walk. You can continue the walk down Alexander Avenue. Eventually it changes to Bridgeway, where you walk right along the water and can look back a a spectacular, uninterrupted view of the S.F. skyline
One of the few National Monuments that you can experience for free. Walk the .5 mile long bridge, starting from Fort Point, a civil war-era brick fort in foggy San Francisco, and ending at Fort Baker in sunny Sausalito.
For a taste of hippie San Francisco and the psychedelic era, you much attend a concert at 'The Fillmore' auditorium. The walls are dripping with history as they display concert posters dating from present all the way back to the 1960's. From the hardwood floors to the 14 crystal chandeliers, this is not your ordinary concert hall. It's fairly small place, so if you get there before the opening act begins you can get a spot within arm's reach of the stage. Bands that play there today stand in awe of all the famous names who walked that stage before them. That extra vibe usually ensures an amazing performance.
Hotel des Arts - If you like a bed, bathroom, closet, desk and free WiFi at affordable prices, this is the place for you. I was at first taken back by the raw interior and an actual door key - not a card. After a day or so adjusting, it really wasn't a bad deal. The nice thing, the final bill. There is probably no place in San Francisco where you can get a room for this cheap. You may read other complaints online about the noise or the construction. I just stayed there in February 2008, and there was none of that. Located on Bush St., you are right there in the heart of the city.
Take an 5-star French restaurant and insert a new Japanese owner and you get El Paseo. This is VERY traditional French dining an an ultra-romantic brick building at the end of a meandering brick garden path. Service is impeccable (as in two servers per table) but without being stuffy. The wine selection is unreal (although unless you understand Japanese, you're not going to understand a word the Sommelier says) and prices are astronomical. But you don't feel ripped off because the food and service is THAT memorable. This is a once-in-a-rare-occasion type of place.
For those of you who are technology geeks, you need to visit South Park Circle to witness the epicenter of the Dot.Com craziness (and now the Web 2.0 craziness). Dozens of start-ups are sprinkled among the apartments and industrial warehouses, the cafes are filled with programmers, and Wired Magazine's offices are around the corner. There is also a bit of San Francisco history to the place: the circle at one time was the location of opulent Victorian-era homes before they were burned down in the 1906 earthquake and fire. Things look a bit rattier now.
Treat Dad to a relaxing getaway. If he's a golfer, we have special rates for Monarch Bay Golf Course across the street. Select our Father's Day Special, and receive a $25 gift certificate to The Englander upon check in. Our special package includes a waterfront room with a balcony, a $25 gift card to The Englander for dad, 2pm check out, including a deluxe continental breakfast and fresh-baked cookies every day at 5PM. Don’t forget to use our complementary bicycles to take dad on a ride and show him the Marina.
Bix is hidden in a secret alley (Gold Street) in an official historic district in San Francisco (all of the buildings here survived the 1906 earthquake). During the San Francisco Gold Rush times, the building was once an assey office (a place where you took your gold to be weighed). Atmosphere is 1920's supper club feeling and the food has been consistently good for the past 10 years. Live jazz on Fridays and Saturdays (good jazz, too... the owner is son of jazz great 'Bix' Biederbeck).
Instead of battling the traffic jam of cars heading up to see Coit Tower, you can walk up the famous Filbert Steps to get there instead. Start at the bottom of the hill on Battery Street and hike up 500+ steps through hidden gardens and some of the oldest houses in San Francisco. At intersection of Montgomery Street, look for a 1930s Art Deco style apartment building with a cut-out of Humphrey Bogart peering out the window (the building was used in a Bogart film called Dark Passage).
Looking at all the short skirts and hot young people here, it's hard to imagine that this historic bar once hosted the mega-rich San Francisco industrialists in the early 1900s. The Redwood Bar (its original name) is located inside the Clift Hotel and was designed by famous French designer Philip Stark. Get in here before 10:00pm because a line starts to form. If you are a hotel guest or you are eating at the restaurant (Asia de Cuba) you can call ahead and reserve a table.