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Trip Report 111op Visits San Francisco

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I just spent about 4.5 days in San Francisco. Thanks to those who helped with the planning, but there are some people who deserve special thanks.

Easytraveller came and met me on Day 2 of my trip and gave me a really nice driving tour of the city. I really enjoyed it and I saved lots of time from having to navigate on my own. Also I learned about the free walking tours offered by the volunteers for the SF Public Library from Fodor's:

http://www.sfcityguides.org

Based on my schedule, I opted for two tours: Cityscapes and Public Spaces and the one on Haight-Ashbury. While tours are technically free, donations are encouraged, and I gave a total of $15. Tours were very informative, but I preferred the CItyscapes tour.

I'll start by reviewing my hotel and internet access in San Francisco as that requires virtually no work.

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