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Featured hotels in San Francisco
Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Fishermans Wharf
Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Fishermans Wharf
The Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites in San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf offers exceptional services including free high-speed Internet throughout the hotel and complimentary hot Express Start Continental Breakfast.
2 stars
Holiday Inn Fishermans Wharf Hotel
Holiday Inn Fishermans Wharf Hotel
An exceptional hotel value in a world famous San Francisco location with complimentary wireless Internet access in all guestrooms and lobby, on-site laundry facilities, fitness center and outdoor heated swimming pool with sundeck.
3 stars
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, across the street from the Moscone Center and minutes from Union Square, the San Francisco Marriott Hotel provides the quintessential San Francisco hotel experience.
4 stars
InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco
InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco
As splendid now as when it opened to great fanfare in 1926, InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco is one of the city`s finest hotels.
4 stars
Holiday Inn San Francisco Civic Center
Holiday Inn San Francisco Civic Center
The Holiday Inn Civic Center Hotel is a AAA 3 Diamond, full service hotel located in the San Francisco Performing Arts and Government District.
3 stars
InterContinental San Francisco
InterContinental San Francisco
The beautiful Intercontinental San Francisco towers 32 stories high and is located near the Union Square shopping area, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Fishermans Wharf.
5 stars
What to do in San Francisco
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Up, up, up and away
Swim through history at the Venetian Pool. Built in 1924, the pool is a freshwater oasis set with waterfalls, fountains and Spanish porticos. A short drive from University of Miami at 2701 De Soto Boulevard in Coral Gables.
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Rock of Ages
Originally used as a military fort in the 1850s and later home to a maximum security prison, the infamous Alcatraz Island (also known as "The Rock") has been the site for many books, movies and TV shows. Take a self-guided tour or a fantastic audio tour narrated by ex-convicts as you visit the prison Cell House, the large dining hall, exercise yard, visitation windows and even see Frank Morris's cell. Tickets usually sell out so book in advance. Open daily from 9:30 a.m. Admission starts at $10.75 for children including the audio tour. Get there on ferry from Pier 41 on Fisherman's Wharf. Phone: (415) 705-5555.
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Gold mine
A great retreat from the city, Golden Gate Park is the ultimate haven away from urban chaos. Larger than Central Park in New York City, this beautiful landmark once consisted of sand dunes and is now most famous for its spectacular gardens and landscapes like the Garden of Shakespeare's Flowers, the Japanese Tea Garden, Strybing Arboretum and Botanical Garden, and the Conservatory of Flowers, the oldest glass-and-wood Victorian greenhouse in the Western Hemisphere and home to more than 10,000 plants from around the globe. There are also great museums and many other activities from archery to dog runs. Bordered from north to south by Fulton St. and Lincoln Way, Stanyan St. from the east and Great Highway from the west.

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What to see in San Francisco
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Golden arches
With its spectacular location, elegant Art Deco styling, and distinctive orange color, the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the world's most beautiful and most photographed bridges. From this 1.7 mile long structure you can observe panoramic vistas of the San Francisco skyline and many other fantastic sites including a shady eucalyptus grove and historic Fort Point. Make the most of your visit by walking across the bridge instead of driving—you'll take home great pictures and stronger legs. Admission is free. Pedestrian access is allowed from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., seven days a week. Phone: (415) 921-5858.
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Big Little China
Established in the 1850s, San Francisco's Chinatown is one of the largest and most prominent centers of Chinese activity outside of China. A major tourist attraction, at Chinatown you will find stunning structures like the Chinatown Gate, beautiful temples and churches, interesting characters at Portsmouth Square and great souvenir stores, galleries, bakeries and restaurants. Carefully venture into the mysterious alleys and you will come across painted balconies, a fortune cookie factory, poultry shops, tea shops, unusual instruments and exotic smells of strange fruits and incense. Guided tours are available. Along Stockton and Grant between Bush and Columbus.
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Anchored
San Francisco's premier Bay attraction, Pier 39 draws locals and tourists year round with a wide variety of activities and entertainment for everyone. This San Francisco landmark features 110 stores, 13 Bay view restaurants, the world-renowned sea lions, street performers and live daily entertainment. There are more than 25 one-of-a-kind gift stores that carry automobile, Hollywood, and rock 'n' roll memorabilia, as well as flags of the world, Russian dolls, hammocks, kites, and more; plus there are more than 30 stores to shop for clothing, jewelry and toys. On Beach and Embarcadero Sts. Phone: (415) 981-7437.

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What to eat in San Francisco
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A thousand and one flavors
Dive into the exotic and exciting flavors of modern Moroccan cuisine at Aziza. Ranked among the "Top 100 Restaurants 2006" by the San Francisco Chronicle, among several more accolades, this elegant and stylish restaurant serves innovative cuisine combining artisanal products and organic ingredients in stunningly presented dishes. Chef-owner Mourad Lahlou prepares succulent specialties like carrot salad with black olives and toasted cumin seeds and rabbit smothered with paprika. Three lavish dining rooms feature private booths, traditional tables and low benches with cushions. Other surprises include belly dancers and sensational cocktails like the Balsamic Morocco Mary.
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Sherlock's home
A San Francisco tradition since 1908, John's Grill is one of the city's oldest and most famous restaurants. A setting in author Dashiell Hammetts' "The Maltese Falcon", this historic restaurant's dimly lit mahogany walls are covered with pictures of detectives and movie stars who have been served their famous steaks and seafood. With its one-of-a-kind atmosphere and flavorful specialties like the chicken Jerusalem, John's Grill has been chosen as one of the 10 best by Esquire and featured in Gourmet Magazine. Open nightly for dinner and from Monday - Saturday for lunch. Reservations recommended. On 63 Ellis St. Phone: (415) 986-0069
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Chow down
A tiny, hole-in-the-wall spot, Jai Yun serves the best Chinese food in the Bay in a very unusual manner. For starters, there is no standard menu. Chef-owner Nei'Chia Ji shops every day for the ingredients he'll use that day. When you get there, the waiter (his son) will ask you how much you want to pay. Based on that amount, Chef Nei will begin cooking. Then, appetizers, entrees and desserts will start coming out incessantly and may include his famous Foo Yung Abalone (scrambled eggs with shellfish), quail soup, shrimp with gingko nuts or basil-mushroom stir fry and fried bananas. Rumor has it the food is so good that when Chef Nei steps out of the kitchen the entire dining room applauds. Reservations required.

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