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5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in San Francisco
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'5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in San Francisco' is part of the 5-Spot ebook travel series. This is neither your typical series nor your typical guide. Like other 5-Spot books, the San Francisco guide provides an intimate and often humorous perspective on five great sights, in this case, the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, Telegraph Hill, Chinatown, and Golden Gate Park. You can use the guide to enhance your stay in San Francisco, or if you already live there, use it to become better acquainted with the city.

'5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in San Francisco' gives you a close-up and personal look at sights not only interesting, but also fun to visit. Best of all, you can view a YouTube video that shows additional photographs of each of the five destinations. The book includes a link to the 5-Spot web page, where you can connect to the current version of the video. The book also includes links to additional information about each sight as well as to a Google map that shows the sight’s location.

Like all books in the 5-Spot ebook travel series, '5 Fun, Free & Fascinating Sights in San Francisco' is dedicated to the frugal, miserly, penny-pinching tourist in all of us. Each book in the series describes five fun and fascinating sights that are, of course, free to visit. And in today’s economy, free is not a bad way to go.

Published: R. H. Sheldon on
ISBN: 9781476421544
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Welcome to San Francisco

I left my heart in San Francisco. And most of my cash. But it was worth it. Heart-wise and money-wise. Every time I come here, in fact, it’s worth it. The ocean. The Bay. The steep hillsides and stacked rows of houses and long sweeping views and flourishing mix of flowers and foliage that only a Mediterranean climate can provide.

But it ain’t cheap. So knowing where to find the best freebies can make all the difference between busting the bank and having enough cash for a BART ride back to the airport.

And there are plenty of freebies to be found here. There’s Golden Gate Bridge. The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Telegraph Hill. Chinatown. And Golden Gate Park. Sure, there are a lot of other great places, many just as spectacular and interesting and, of course, fun.

But these are the five I settled upon for this book—and each one well worth a long, lingering visit. With places like this, it’s no wonder San Francisco reigns as one of the top tourist destinations in the US. The setting is dramatic, the diversity inviting, the weather almost always passable, if not downright stunning.

But bring your walking shoes and a good map of the city, and give yourself plenty of time to explore these five fascinating and free sights and all the other great places along