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THE 10 THINGS NOT TO MISS IN SAN FRANCISCO
One of the nicest things about visiting San Francisco is that, although the city is “big” in terms of attractions and amenities, it is geographically small – only 49 square miles. Consequently, it is very easy to see and do a great many things in a short period of time.It is also easy to spend weeks in San Francisco and still not experience everything the city has to offer. Here is a suggested list of the top 10 things not to miss in San Francisco, according to the San Francisco Travel Association.
The, the most famous bridge in the world, manages to impress even the most experienced travelers with its stunning 1.7-mile span. Approximately 120,000 automobiles drive across it every day. A pedestrian walkway also allows the crossing on foot, and bikes are allowed on the western side. The Golden Gate Bridge is said to be one of the most photographed things on Earth.
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WHIRLWIND TOUR: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, USA
When we first arrived in Seattle, we found that there were many different accommodation options available in which to spend the night. However, if you are looking for quality hotels that have great service, you need to look no further than downtown. We narrowed our choices down to three hotels. This will give you a sizable budget range for your trip and offer you a wide range of options.