Labor Day in San Francisco

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If you are looking for somewhere great to cap off the summer, consider taking a trip to one of the top destinations on the west coast - San Francisco. There are tons of great San Francisco Attractions that will be open and ready for business this Labor Day weekend and they are simply waiting for you to show up. Since it opened in 2000, the home of the San Francisco Giants has been regarded as one of the top ballparks in all of Major League Baseball. Take an AT&T Park Tour over Labor Day weekend and see what all the fuss is about. Come see all of the little nuances and touches that have made AT&T Park such a fan favorite over the years, including the nine-foot statue of Willie Mays at the park’s entrance and the 80-foot Coca-Cola bottle with playground slides that is a fixture in left field. The AT&T Park Tour takes approximately 90 minutes and stops are subject to … [Read more...]

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Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco

You shouldn't have to struggle to find fun things to do in San Francisco. This Northern Californian city offers so much more than the Golden Gate Bridge (though it is a pretty amazing sight). Really, if you're figuring out what to do in San Francisco while you're there, the only issue you're going to struggle with is trying to fit everything in. If You Have the Time, Spend it at Golden Gate Park It is worth devoting a full day to Golden Gate Park, 1,017 acres of meadows and lakes with stuff for the whole family to enjoy. The park includes rose gardens, an arboretum, a music concourse, a children’s playground with a wonderfully restored carousel, and a buffalo paddock. Make sure you check out the tallest artificial waterfall in the West, at Strawberry Hill. Do not forget your camera, and take a picnic spread or packed lunch. The de Young Museum houses thousands of artifacts and … [Read more...]