San Francisco: your dating paradise?
San Francisco – a world class city – is replete with more hills, hotels, and restaurants than any other city.
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Since the Gold Rush, hoards of kids have flocked to San Francisco for myriad reasons; jobs, parties, freedom, music, the arts, the Summer of Love, Dot Commmies, a Silicon Vally escape, vacations and getaways.
Timeless and enduring: the City has more fun things to do on a date than any other.
You will never hear, “There is nothing to do.”
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Ride a cable car half-way to the stars; explore the four glamorous hotels on Nob Hill; walk the labyrinth at Grace Cathedral; walk over to the other cathedral – St. Mary’s on Geary and Gough; drop into Japantown for lunch; hop a 38 Geary bus – ride to the Ocean. Explore Land’s End, and climb up to the Palace of Legion of Honor.
Climb to Coit Tower, spend hours revealing in and traversing Golden Gate Park; explore the Presidio and go bowling; find the famous nude beach. Is there a Cartoon Museum? Explore famous neighborhoods, discover the famous, hidden stairways (Stairway Walks in San Francisco) monuments, bars and myriad restaurants beyond compare.
Ghosts of parties past: Some of us grew up at Enrico’s, Ernie’s, Vanessi’s, Doro’s, Paoli’s, The Blue Fox, Blum’s and Trader Vic’s on Cosmo Place.
In 1973, The City had 207 bookstores (French, Italian, German,Irish, Russian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, Cinema, Radical, Art) of every size, shape and chapter. You don’t want know how few bookstores we have now.
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A city is where you can sign a petition, boo the chief justice, fish off a pier, gaze at a hippopotamus, buy a flower at the corner, or get a good hamburger or a bad girl at 4 A.M. A city is where sirens make white streaks of sound in the sky and foghorns speak in dark grays. San Francisco is such a city.