We are travelling to the US in September and will be stopping in San Francisco for a few nights. Can anyone tell me if both areas are reasonably flat for someone who is a manual wheelchair user, as we are trying to decide which is the better area to find a hotel in. We have been told that Union Square is a more exciting area to locate ourselves.
San Francisco - Fisherman's Wharf v's Union Square for a wheelchair user
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