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  • Shrimp Rolls -Academy Cafe Shrimp Rolls -Academy Cafe

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      Lunch at California Science Academy - Golden Gate Park - San Frnacisco, CA - Sept. 2013

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  • Cruise - arriving SF - Golden Cruise - arriving SF - Golden Gate Bridge

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      Sailing into San Francisco Bay on Princess Cruises - Island Princess - Sept, 2013.

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  • San Francisco, May 2013 Day 2- San Francisco, May 2013 Day 2- Ice cream and possible pneumonia‚Ķ

    • From: jetsettindaisy
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      My second day in San Francisco started out with macarons and chocolate cake. Annie was running late since parking at the BART station in Concord was a nightmare so I decided to take advantage of the situation and go to Macy’s. I stopped at Tout Sweet 306795_10100164375671868_1378688783_n.jpgfor breakfast and a great view of Union Square (it was another beautiful sunny day) and then wander the store until Annie arrived.

       

      We had both purchased Big Bus tickets so we could see lots of sights with minimal driving. Annie got the 24 hour pass and I got the 48 hour pass so that I could use it as my transportation for a couple of days. Once she got there (yay) we boarded the Big Bus Tour to play tourist for the day (the only things we were missing were fanny packs). We stopped at Alamo Square first and walked around. Cute houses, but the little row at the other end of the street was actually a bit nicer. We were wondering941849_10100163881606978_175520623_n.jpg if everyone was as disappointed and our suspicions were confirmed when a German tourist asked us if the row we were seated in front of was the “famous houses”. Her response to our head nods was “what the shit”. She seemed so disappointed, I actually apologized.

       

      Once we were done staring, our friend Melissa met up with us after this for lunch at Gussie’s Chicken & Waffles (thank you, Groupon). We took a nice stroll down to the restaurant from Alamo Square and admired the old houses along the way (so if that’s your house we were photographing, I’m sorry). After a great midday fuel stop, we moved on. Annie and I stopped at Bi Rite for ice cream on the way back to the bus stop (told you I like to stop for food often). We reboarded the bus and rode up top as it drove through Haight Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, and Golden Gate Bridge. We had thought we were well prepared for the bridge with our 969932_10100165333078218_1211366176_n.jpgsweaters and scarves (since it was quite hot outside) but apparently this wasn’t enough. We were freezing. I have photos of us with scarves across our faces to keep out the wind. In hindsight it’s amusing. At the time, it was a little freaky and I am pretty sure I caught a terrible head cold that I promptly ignored.

       

      After this we got off the bus and walked to Ghirardelli Square for more ice cream and then to Fisherman’s Wharf for sourdough bread bowls at Boudin’s. By then it was getting late and Annie had kids to get home942885_10100165333008358_1474910926_n.jpg to so we headed back to Union Square so that she could catch BART home and I could meet Carla for dinner.

       

      I took a taxi. I hate taking taxis because I’ve rarely had cab drivers that I didn’t want to slap. This one was no exception. I typically GPS the route when in a taxi so I can call them out if they’re taking me the long way around. I arrived at Straw in one piece and Carla and I managed to get the booth that is within an old carnival ride car. After an interesting and tasty meal of chicken and waffle Monte Cristo and doughnut burger (apparently it tastes like it sounds), we met up with Melissa at Smuggler’s Cove. I have a thing for pirate themes (I have a thing for most themes, honestly) and this bar felt like having drinks in a pirate’s hideaway (minus the fear of having my throat 943500_10100163885593988_1301884724_n.jpgslit or getting robbed). Unfortunately, we did get sort of robbed since Melissa's car was broken into during the 45 minutes we were at the bar... She parked in a well-lit, populated area. There were people still milling around. You just never know. Fortunately nothing valuable or sentimental got stolen.

       

      After drinks, Carla and I made our way to the Financial District and down an unfamiliar dark alley for dessert at Gitane. This gorgeous fusion restaurant really is in a dark alley. Dessert was fun and delicious and the escape from the chill outside was wonderful. I’d love to come back for dinner but that will have to wait for another time.

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  • Exploring the Enigma of Northe Exploring the Enigma of Northern India

    • From: goheritageindia
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      India is a country full of wonders and surrounded by beautiful palaces, forts, temples, rivers, hills and mountains. It is a complete blend of natural scenic beauty. A tour to north India will take you to the journey of many beautiful wonders. There are many amazing spots in North India inviting tourists from far off places to see the magic of this part of India. Here we will discuss some of the major destinations of north India.

      Agra: This is the most beautiful creation of nature and one of the famous tourist destinations of northern part of India. There are a number of tourist spots in Agra which attracts a flurry of tourists which include Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, McLeod Ganj, Kangra Art Museum, St. John's Church and a number of others.

      Delhi: Delhi is the capital of our country and also a popular tourist spot in north India. Every year tourists in large number come to explore its vibrant culture and prime attractions like India Gate, Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun Tomb, Lotus Temple and many more.

      Varanasi: This city is counted in the list of top five spiritual places in India. Known as the city of Lord Shiva, it is a sacred Hindu city. The city where one can wash away their sins by a dip in Ganga River. Every year tourists from all nook and corner come to see this mystical city.

      Jaipur: situated in the heart of Rajasthan, the city of Jaipur is a magical city also known as the pink city of India. This city is surrounded by many beautiful forts and palaces built by powerful kings and have their names engraved in the Indian History. Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort and many more are the prime tourist’s attractions in Jaipur.

      Amritsar: Amritsar is a fabulous city located in the city of Punjab and also a popular tourists spot. Some of the prime attractions of the city are Golden Temple, Wagah Border, Jallianwala Bagh invites visitors from all over the world. 

      The northern part of India invites all its visitors to come to explore its vibrant culture and spend a wonderful vacation with their near and dear ones. 

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  • Golden Gate Bridge Golden Gate Bridge

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      Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point

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  • Golden Gate Bridge Photographe Golden Gate Bridge Photographers

    • From: PaulB
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      San Francisco Bay tour boat tourists shooting the Golden Gate Bridge.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Golden Gate at Night Golden Gate at Night

    • From: BrianL74
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      Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA

    • 2 years ago
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  • Golden Gate Sunset Golden Gate Sunset

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      The Golden Gate Bridge at Sunset

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  • See Best Monuments of India on See Best Monuments of India on India tourism

    • From: ajaykr88
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      Golden triangle is one of the most fascinating and popular travel circuits in India. It attracts tourists from all over the world and provides them a wonderful opportunity to explore three historic and historical cities – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. On this fascinating journey in India you will see some of the best monuments of India which are widely acclaimed for their stunning architectural beauty. Each destination of this journey is equally fascinating and will never fail to impress you. You will enjoy this trip a lot and treasure the charm that will last in your memories for lifetime.

      The first destination of golden triangle tour is Delhi, the capital city of India. This metropolitan city presents finest amalgamation of modernity and traditional charm. Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb are magnificent monuments declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the city which are visited by a number of tourists each year. Other popular monuments to see in this city include India Gate, Kashmir Tours ,Old Fort, National Museum, Rajghat, Jama Masjid, Birla Temple, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, etc. All the monuments found in this city are renowned for their stunning architectural splendor.

      Popularly known as the Pink City of India, Jaipur is the third destination of golden triangle tours in India. It is the capital and largest city of Indian state of Rajasthan. Magnificent forts, palatial palaces and beautiful temples are prime attractions for tourism in this charming city. Jantar Mantar Observatory, Hawa Mahal (the Palace of Winds), City Palace Complex, Birla Temple, Albert Hall Museum, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Amber Fort are monuments in Jaipur which are visited by a number of domestic and international tourists each year.

      If you go on Leh Ladakh Tour Packages India will definitely provide you a wonderful opportunity to see the best monuments of India.

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  • Golden Gate Bridge Golden Gate Bridge

    • From: PaulB
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      Photo taken from a bay tour boat on a typical San Francisco foggy day.

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  • Crossing the Golden Gate Bridg Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge

    • From: LCinSC
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      The California Experience:  Following Herbie the Love Bug on the Golden Gate Bridge as the fog begins to roll in.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Strolling the beach Strolling the beach

    • From: bdinphoenix
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      A lady and her dog stroll the beach near Ft. Funston in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco, California.

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  • Golden Gate Park Golden Gate Park

    • From: nicksmom77
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      San Francisco/Napa Valley Trip

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  • Golden Gate Golden Gate

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  • San Francisco Golden Gate beac San Francisco Golden Gate beach

    • From: Status54
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      The best place in the world to see the Golden Gate Bridge, its so wonderful.

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  • Golden Triangle Just Right Op Golden Triangle Just Right Option for Cultural and Budget Tours in India

    • From: kumarmannu
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      holidays in India

      India has many touring options. Some are expensive and some are under budget. If you are looking for touring options under you limited budget you should consider to explore golden triangle tourist circuit which will give you truly rich cultural experience of India tours and travels under you budget.

      Golden triangle is one of the most sought after travel circuits in northern India which covers three most important and historical cities of India. They cover widely acclaimed travel destinations like Delhi (the capital city of India), Agra (the city of Taj Mahal) and Jaipur (the Pink City of India).

      Most tour operators in India cater this travel circuit as a prominent attraction of India tourism. And rightly it proves it. The tour packages are designed generally in short duration of days usually 6 or 7 days. It is very popular among culture vultures and tourists who are willing to explore best of India tourism under their limited budgets.

      The first destination of golden triangle tour is Delhi, the capital city of India. It is an important city and historical travel destination in the country which attracts tourists and vacationers from all over the world with its historical and heritage attractions. There are three UNESCO world heritage sites in this city namely, Red Fort (also called Lal Qila), Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb. Located on the ceremonial avenue Rajpath, the imposing India Gate war memorial is a worth visit. Other attractions in this city include Lotus Temple, Birla Temple, Akshardham Temple (the largest Hindu Temple complex in the world), President House, Old Fort, Parliament House, National Museum, etc. Delhi presents marvelous blend of tradition and modernity. Accommodation facilities in this city are excellent with availability of good hotels ranging for economic hotels to luxury & deluxe hotels.

      Agra, situated on the banks of Yamuna River in Uttar Pradesh, is the second destination of golden triangle. It has been one of the most popular destinations for tourism and holidays in India. It has been very popular among families, cultural vultures, history buffs and honeymooners. It is because it is the home to the magnificent love monument, Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a world heritage site. Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort are also world heritage sites in this city. Other attractions in this city include Sikandra Akbar Tomb, Chini-Ka-Rauza, Itmad-Ud-Daullah, etc. Agra offers excellent accommodation facilities.

      Jaipur, the Pink City of India, is the largest and capital city of Indian state of Rajasthan. Jaipur is one of the most sought after destinations on centeral India tours where tourists have wonderful opportunity to explore rich culture and tradition. Major attractions in this city include Jantar Mantar (world heritage site), City Palace, Birla Temple, Albert Hall Museum, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, and Amber Fort.

      In fact, golden triangle would be the best touring option for those tourists who are culture vultures and looking for a right option for budget tours in India. So come and explore the cultural charm of northern India under you budget with golden triangle tours.

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  • Golden Gate edit.jpg Golden Gate edit.jpg

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  • Fogged In Fogged In

    • From: millerbd
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      We watched a thick bank of fog rolling in towards San Francisco and past the Golden Gate Bridge.  Every few minutes the north tower of the bridge would poke through the fog.

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  • Golden Gate Bridge Golden Gate Bridge

    • From: Richard Steege
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      The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco on a clear day.

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  • Golden Gate Park's Japanese Te Golden Gate Park's Japanese Tea Garden

    • From: oldfashiongirl
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      The beautiful Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.  Go early in the morning for great lighting and to miss the big crowds.

    • 3 years ago
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