If You’re Going to San Francisco…

Pres­ley and I are try­ing to plan a lit­tle 5‑day trip to San Fran­cis­co this month– most­ly because I’m being forced to take some time off, and I have a free tick­et on Unit­ed for any­where in the lower-48.

We need to do this on the cheap, but nei­ther of us have ever been west of Chicago.

I’ve heard that there are deals to be had on B&Bs, though I don’t even know what neigh­bor­hood in which to look– Soma? Union Square? Fish­er­man’s Wharf?

And where to eat? Where to go see a good Rock show? What muse­ums to go to/avoid? Which winer­ies to hit? Any­thing to see in Sil­i­con Valley?

Some­one help!

8 Responses to “If You’re Going to San Francisco…”

  • Oh, and I’m not into hip­py shit.… if that helps?!

  • you guys are douchebags.

  • oh, and blur sucks

  • Some­one for­got his meds…

  • For­get San Fran, my room­mate found a deal online: $550 for two peo­ple round trip to Tokyo. Now if you just did­n’t have to wor­ry about SARS. . .

  • um… i know noth­ing about any­thing… but union square is the area that has the most to do. and hit up the cheese­cake fac­to­ry and sears break­fast and basi­cal­ly any­where on the warf for foodage. to get your show on great amer­i­can music hall and slims always have a good show going on… and um, yeah, that’s my help.

  • SLIM’S and THE POUND (usu­al­ly met­al bands play here) are great places to go see a show in San Fran­cis­co. There’s a great restau­rant that cir­cles around and you can see most of the San Fran­cis­co Bay. It’s at the Hyatt and it’s called “The Equinox”. It’s 30$ a plate though. Pier 39 is fun, they have great shops with tons of knick knacks. I’m an ocean freak myself, so if you like the ocean, vis­it the aquarium.

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