Larry Medina wrote:
Naturally, don't short change SF itself, with plenty of sights including a
World Class Zoo, Golden Gate Park, loads of beautiful architecture,
Alcatraz, the Wharf, Chinatown and North Beach and pretty much any kind of
food you can imagine. There's a great theatre district and always concerts
in town, but you better look now if you're after tickets.
I won't be staying in San Francisco very long after conference. I was wondering what others would considered the top 5 must see places/attractions in San Francisco excluding Alcatraz and the Zoo? Larry has a good list started. I work in a vault so I have no interest in touring places of confinement with thick walls and no natural light. As for the Zoo, I think we all have worked with people we feel belong in a zoo so I will pass on that as well.
Rob Seibolt, CRM
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