A feast for the senses - San Francisco

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Published: 04th June 2017
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San Francisco offers a lot for a visitor to love, whether you're there for the first time or the fiftieth. There is an incredible array of tours of the city, including "wild" walking tours, cute small car tours and tours that promise to show you the "realĒ San Francisco. After you've spent some enjoyable hours seeing the sights, riding the famous cable cars and oohing and aahing over the magnificent scenery, why not experience a new side of Frisco?

Insiders know that the Golden Gate City has a very lively -- not to mention tasty -- culinary scene. Be sure to check out the farmer's market, Chinatown (the oldest in the Western Hemisphere -- while there, be sure to drop by Mister Jiuís for organic, locally sourced, modern Chinese food) and the food trucks and pop up restaurants that dot the streets of San Francisco.

When you're in this gourmet paradise, take the occasion to explore an unfamiliar type of cuisine. Mourad is a new restaurant offering contemporary Moroccan fare, LIholiho Yacht Club draws its inspiration from Asia and Hawaii, and Azalina's Malaysian Ö well, you can guess where their menu has its roots.

Eat your fill, but leave some energy to explore Frisco's other forte -- very edgy shopping. In fact, some of the local stores look more like galleries, with "curated" collections. (The difference is that you're allowed to talk, you can touch and everything is for sale.) Try browsing for eco-friendly, upscale clothing at the Podolls or designing your own bag at Parker Thatch.

Donít forget that San Francisco is a popular destination. San Francisco has so much to see and do that youíll appreciate staying in a comfortable hotel with easy access to everything. The nicer and lower priced San Francisco hotels tend to fill up fast in any season, though, so itís a good idea to reserve in advance.

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