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San Francisco, California hasn’t always been known as the hub for technology innovation. Until recently, it was famed as an artistic, bohemian city of under one million people.
Until recently, San Francisco, California – a small city of around 825,000 poised on the tip of a peninsular on America’s western edge that sprang up during the 1840s gold rush – wasn’t thought of as a centre for business. Rather, it was famed as an artistic, bohemian place with a history of flowering counter-cultures that spilled over and changed America and the world, from the beats in North Beach to the hippies in the hilly region of Haight- Ashbury to the gay rights movement in the Castro neighbourhood. Jefferson Airplane’s Paul Kantner called it “49 square miles surrounded by reality”.
But times have changed in Ferlinghetti’s city. San Francisco has become the hype- and capital-fuelled epicentre of America’s technology industry, which has traditionally centred on the string of suburban cities known as Silicon Valley 40 miles to the south.
Start your day off – grab a coffee and do an early morning stroll along the embarcadero— head to brunch at Mission Beach Café it’s practically a sport here. Order the.
Hit up ? for lunch… the ??? are amazing
Afternoon shopping? Union Square
More athletic? Bike across the world’s most photographed bridge—the Golden Gate, or head into Marin and take the Tennessee Valley Trail—a 7 mile round trip scenic route that peaks with breathtaking views of the pacific and drops you right into Muir Beach to refuel while watching the waves on a foggy day. Swing by the Pelican Inn for a hot cocoa on a chilly day or a cold beer on the lawn when it’s warm.
Head to Mission Delores Park
Dinner at: Mau—pho with flavorflul broths, bustling way into the night
After dinner- Urban Putt in the Mission
Take in the city at
Starlight Room at the top of the Sir Francis Drake Hotel