As travelers wander on into the new year, the adventure-seekers in San Fransisco continue to flourish and thrive. Bloggers from all over the world are singing praises about this city and write to share their own exciting experiences while checking out the tourist hotspots, relaxing at trendy cafes and blending in with the local outdoor enthusiasts.
It’s not often you get the power and opinion of a dynamic duo in one post. But couple Amy and Kieron in their blog have tackled more than one dozen countries and plan to jet set a lot more in the future from their native home of Australia. When they visited San Francisco, they compiled their favorite things they did and saw as outsiders in this fun city. They recommend a day cruise through San Fran Bay, spending some time in the modern art museum and riding bikes across the Golden Gate Bridge, to name a few.
This blog has found a way to highlight San Francisco’s European flair by pointing out some great hotspots to explore while traveling to this destination. They have especially focused on the city’s classic and elegant culinary delights that mimic styles from countries such as Italy, Spain, France and England. This is done by visiting tea rooms, bustling marketplaces and cozy cafes that all exude a European flair in Fog City.
Locals and visitors to San Fransisco can use this handy post written by Debbie for Easy Hiker to scope out their new favorite trails in and around the city. Not only is this area known for urban wonders and landmarks, but there is also plenty of nature to be admired as well. Specifically, she explains a trip on the Canyon View Trail in the Sunol Regional Wilderness, only a few minutes away from the downtown area. Hikers can spot plenty of wildlife and beautiful Californian vegetation.
By taking a more visual approach, this post features some amazing shots of Alcatraz taken by Stu the Canadian. He and his partner take a boat over to the old prison and take a classic audio tour while snapping copious amounts of photos. It can give potential future guests a great sense of what to expect on their upcoming trip.
By Eileen Cotter, Copyright SFTravel LLC