What to do in San Francisco

  • Muir Woods

    Muir Woods – A redwood forest just outside San Francisco

    “Muir Woods National Monument is the best tree-lovers monument that could possibly be found in the forests of the world,” said the famous naturalist John Muir, about the 500-odd acres of land in California that has been named after him. Situated a few miles north of San Francisco, Muir...
  • Pier 39 | When the lights come on

    Pier 39 is a touristy and full-of-life area in San Francisco, California. This is a great place to go for an evening stroll, buy San Francisco-souvenirs and chocolates, go window shopping, eat some shrimp, Fish n’ Chips or Clam Chowder and watch the seals or the boats come in...
  • OurWorld: Greek and Roman touch to San Francisco

      Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. That is what this exquisite piece of art is called. This structure, which takes inspiration from Greek and Roman architecture was originally built for the Panama-Pacific Exposition in 1915. It continues to give San Francisco a Greek and Roman touch.  Today,...
  • Golden Gate Bridge Dressed in fog

    Sometimes the adjective is Majestic, sometimes simply Splendid. When I saw the Golden Gate Bridge dressed in mist on a midsummer day, the word was just ‘Gorgeous.’ Yes, midsummer. It was one mid day, in the middle of California’s summer of 2012 that I got to see the Golden Gate Bridge...
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