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San Fran CAGs, I need YOUR help!

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#31 k9homan



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Posted 07 May 2006 - 05:05 PM

Yeah, Golden Gate Park is a safe bet, the de young museum just opened back up after they rebuilt the whole thing from the ground up last year. probably the best collection of art west of the mississipi
Also, japanese tea garden is great... many photo ops there..
don't go there on a sunday, it will be packed.

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#32 uuaww



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Posted 09 May 2006 - 06:33 AM

if the days don't matter go on tuesday to tea gardens and all that other crap, i think its free that day.
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#33 munch


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Posted 22 May 2006 - 03:05 AM


Thanks for all the help. I'm going to post pics later. San Francisco was awesome!

#34 expane


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Posted 31 May 2006 - 11:27 PM

grats bro
sorry I missed this thread earlier, but lots of solid info posted already

I used to live out by the cliff house and was going to recommend making a day of starting at the park at haight, walking / touring all day, dumps you out at the end of the park/beach a good spot for dinner at cliff house, drinks at beach chalet (food at beach chalet is so so and its always a long wait) then walk along the beach w/ the girl

Also note for anyone ever going to SF< the homeless here are super aggressive and not to be trusted. A few years back some homeless dude slit some lady's throat at a bus stop in northbeach in the morning.

Just a few days ago a few homeless dudes beat some dude buying pot and put him in critical condition, right near haight/GG park.

Everyone likes to feel bad for the homeless, but SF attracks hardcore violent drug addict homeless who are only rivaled by the homeless of NYC

Personally I dont think chinatown in SF is good, the NYC one is a billion times better and was mentioned above the Clement st 2nd chinatown is better for walking and has some cool spots like green apple books and Toyboat deserts