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San Francisco has long attracted trailblazers and countercultures. The Gold Rush, immigration, beatniks, hippies, the LGBTQ community, and the tech industry have all fueled its enduring influence on American culture. Today its vibrant history, natural beauty and artistic spirit all make it a rich source of adventure for any free spirited traveler.

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31 comments

  1. Been to San Francisco twice. 2017 I drove in a Mustang Gt convertible from Toledo to Big Basin state park, then from the park to Pier 39 for lunch. And 2020,before the coronavirus outbreak, I flew my mom out to California for her 70th birthday and we went to Lake Tahoe, Muir woods, Alcatraz island, Pier 39 for dinner, California state railroad museum in Sacramento and Yosemite national park.

  2. I lived in S.F. from 1991-2010 down around Leavenworth and Bay St.
    San Francisco was a different town than, rent was pretty reasonable and the City, while still having problems was much cleaner than today.
    The Mission and even The Castro is being gentrified with Silicon Valley techies, hipsters & yuppies.
    Mom and Pop fresh fruit & vegetable stores along Mission and Valencia are disappearing and being replaced by Walgreens, Starbucks or "new" restaurants or brew-pub etc….
    EVERY Mayor I had said he had a plan to fix the homeless problem…….and EVERY Mayor failed.
    What happened to my City by the Bay?

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