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Cheap Bastard's Guide to San Francisco

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Cheap Bastard's Guide toSan Francisco details endless free and inexpensive opportunities available in theCity by the Bayfrom theater, concerts, and museums to wine tastings, yoga classes, haircuts, and massagesfor native and visiting cheapskates alike. Written in a fun, humorous tone, this unique guide offers sound advice on how to live the good life on the cheap!
Category: Travel. ISBN: 9780762773039

Travel San Francisco

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Travel San Francisco - illustrated city guide and maps. Indulge Yourself with a personal tour guide on Your PDA. Fully illustrated. Historical overviews. Interesting facts. Maps of Downtown, Metro, and more. Museums hours and ticket infor. Navigate from Table of Contents or search for the words or phrases. Access the guide anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway. Plan the trip during airplane flight. Use the guide as postcards to show places where your have been. Multi-Platform device capability (PDA, smartphone, PC). Add Bookmarks. Text annotation and mark-up. Table of Contents. General: About Tourism Office History Climate Geography Demographics Hotels. Maps: City Muni Metro F Market BART Caltrain Point Reyes. Transportation: Overview Get In Get Around Airport Muni Metro BART Caltrain Bus Cable Car. Attractions: Overview Buildings Churches Streets Bridges Sites Seal Rock A-Z. Landmarks: Parks Buildings & Structures Skyscrapers Churches Streets & Squares. Culture: Overview Theaters Music Clubs Museums. Parks: Parks Swimming. Eat & Drink: Cuisine Eat Drink. By Area:Overview Districts Islands Port Get Out. .
Category: Travel. ISBN: 1605010197

San Francisco

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San Francisco is a city designed for artists and wanderers. From North Beach, to Chinatown, to the cold, rough surf of Ocean Beach, to Marin, both visitors and lifelong residents have endless opportunities to explore new neighborhoods, buildings, environments, and cultures just by getting in the car, hopping on a cable car, or by simply walking around the block. In San Francisco: A Map of Perceptions, the architect Andrea Ponsi unravels the multifaceted beauty of one of America's favorite cities, introducing even those who have lived there for years to nuances often left unseen. Ponsi, a native of Florence who lived in San Francisco for many years, lyrically describes everyday life in the city, from a caf in North Beach where he sits next to Lawrence Ferlinghetti, to the de Young Museum ("a solid mass, a rough but elegant body, faceted but compact") and the Academy of Sciences ("an ethereal, transparent building, lace made of glass and slender columns"), to Alcatraz ("an abandoned ship, a Flying Dutchman set adrift that bears the signs of a life of torment"), and even to the buffalo who reside in Golden Gate Park. As with his book on Florence, Ponsi here reveals a deeply personal look at what it's like to live in and love a city. Having the unique perspective of having been both an insider and an outsider to San Francisco, he speaks to us in the way we dream an architect would, capturing the city's diverse yet emblematic structures through delicate watercolor and line drawings, while also offering poetic descriptions of the underlying smells, sounds, and light of its many neighborhoods. A perfect balance of text and illustrations, San Francisco: A Map of Perceptions offers not only a guide for those visiting or returning to the city but also a compelling invitation for residents to revisit the utterly unique place in which they live.
Category: Architecture. ISBN: 9780813936604

San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, San Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality. No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering viewsof the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hillsor such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the city's great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekersof fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: it's also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be differenta home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make today's San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johns's urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
Category: Travel. ISBN: 9781780239217

San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, “San Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.” No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering views—of the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hills—or such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the city’s great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekers—of fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: it’s also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be different—a home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make today’s San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johns’s urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
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San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, âSan Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.â No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering viewsâof the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hillsâor such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the cityâs great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekersâof fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: itâs also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be differentâa home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make todayâs San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johnsâs urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
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San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, “San Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.” No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering views—of the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hills—or such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the city’s great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekers—of fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: it’s also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be different—a home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make today’s San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johns’s urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
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San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, âSan Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.â No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering viewsâof the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hillsâor such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the cityâs great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekersâof fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: itâs also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be differentâa home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make todayâs San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johnsâs urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
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Insight Guides: Explore San Francisco

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With dramatic scenic beauty, world-class cuisine, a plethora of cultural attractions, vibrant neighbourhoods and liberal locals, San Francisco is an easy city to love. Explore San Francisco is part of a brand-new series and is the ideal pocket companion when discovering this exciting city: a full-colour guide containing 14 easy-to-follow routes through the city's many interesting neighbourhoods, from Fisherman's Wharf to Haight-Ashbury, with excursions to Berkeley and the infamous island of Alcatraz. Insight's trademark cultural coverage perfectly sets the routes in context, with introductions to San Francisco's cuisine, shops and its role as a movie location. The best places to eat and drink are highlighted in each route and in the directory section, which also contains a wealth of useful practical information, including a range of carefully selected hotels to suit all budgets. All routes are plotted on the useful pull-out map, and evocative photography reveals San Francisco's unique character.
Category: Travel. ISBN: 9781780057156

Greeks in San Francisco

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The history of San Francisco's Greek community is linked to the history of San Francisco. The first Greeks to arrive were sailors, miners, and laborers. By the 1880s, they had formed benevolent, civic, and fraternal organizations. In 1904, the first Greek Orthodox Church west of Chicago was established, and Third Street became the heart of the Greek community. The 1906 earthquake and fire destroyed much of their new community, but undaunted, the Greeks of San Francisco rebuilt their lives to become business leaders and politicians, contributing their entrepreneurial and philanthropic spirit to the city's rich heritage.
Category: History. ISBN: 9781467116886
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