One of the most visited cities in the US, the city by the bay has years of history packed into its 49 square miles.
San Francisco has Ant divided and subdivided into some neighborhoods, each with a different offering to the city. Here is a list of some of the most notable — and notorious — worth exploring. The Mission, once home to large immigrant populations — first Polish, German, and Irish immigrants, then Central and South Americans — is now the main stomping ground for yet another wave of settlers: You can still enjoy a burrito from La Taqueriaor stock up on picnic supplies at Mission Community Market before camping out for the day in Dolores Park.
Haight-Ashbury has long been the epicenter of certain culture and counterculture in SF. So while it's primarily a residential neighborhood, the area is well worth checking out for a day of San Francisco history.
There is no better place to start exploring than Alamo Square — it's home to Postcard Row, a set of original Painted Ladies known Californoa the Seven Sisters. Try the organic whole grain, stone-ground on-site, fresh baked Josey Bread with the house-made hazelnut spread.Housewives Wants Hot Sex Admire
Toast really never tasted so good. Walk off your breakfast with a tour around Alamo Square Parkadmiring the skyline and snapping your Intsa-worthy ladis.
Dive deeper into Chinatown by planning your visit in the early morning when most travelers have not yet braved the streets. You can choose between traditional spicy Szechuan dishes ladiew California interpretations of Chinese classics think West Coast oysters with ginger mignonette and Xinjiang lamb chops with Tokyo turnips.
You can even book a cruise to Alcatraz itself! Grab your coat and a handful of glitter, and enter the land of fog and fabulousness.Love Needles Will Eat Pussy
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