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San Francisco Parking - 31 ft. RV... / Public Transportation

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Hi there,

we (2 adults, 2 children aged 6 and 2 years, the little one is in a baby stroller) are travelling to California next week and are going to spend a couple of days in San Francisco, too.

We have a 31 ft. RV and booked a campgound in Pacifica, south of the city.

Our main sighseeing day in SF will be a Sunday. We want to get downtown as early as possible and return to our campground in the evening.

What ist best for us? To drive into the city and park our RV somewhere (where?), or to use public transportation? We just saw that the only thing near our campground is a bus station, and the whole trip into the city including walking, bus and BART would take over an hour... not very satisfactory.

Thanks for any suggestions!

B & I & L & L (B.I.L.L.) :-)

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