Craft beer lovers rejoice! Citrusy IPA, smooth stouts, and saison are some of the city’s favorites. San Francisco has enough collection of small batch breweries to satisfy even the biggest hop head you know.
Vegetarian friendly, self-guided food tour of North Beach and Russian Hill. All of stops here have been tested by yours truly (many times as tightening jeans can attest).
8 blocks long and 3 blocks wide, San Francisco’s Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as the oldest Chinatown in North America. It is one of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco and there are many things to do in Chinatown San Francisco. Go on a Chinatown Walking Tour. I … Continue reading “Self Guided Tour: Chinatown San Francisco”
The nice thing about living in San Francisco is that you get to be a guinea pig for the many start ups here. We’re frequent users of AirBnb, TaskRabbit, Uber, and recently we just discovered a new startup in the car sharing business: FlightCar. Like I mentioned in another post, having a car in San … Continue reading “My FlightCar Review and Experience”
San Francisco is a popular getaway spot. You can find a range of amazing hotels to choose from for your stay. But beware of hotels that claim they are a “boutique” hotel. A lot of hotels love to use the word “boutique” because you immediately think high end, clean, accommodating hotel. Don’t be fooled. This … Continue reading “7 Boutique Hotels in San Francisco (That Are Worth Your Money)”
San Francisco is unmatched when it comes to its sheer wealth of architectural landmarks. From towering monuments created by generous philanthropists or the city to those grandiose businesses and residence formed from wealth, San Francisco landmarks show the iconic structures and styles of the city Here are the top 5 San Francisco Landmarks that you … Continue reading “5 Can’t Miss San Francisco Architectural Landmarks”
Here are some pictures that capture the spectacular views from Land’s End, San Francisco
Owning a car in San Francisco can be expensive. Fortunately there are plenty of car sharing programs in San Francisco. Many people choose not to own a car in the city and utilize one or more of these car sharing options.
First time I moved to San Francisco, I didn’t have an apartment (or a job for that matter). Living in a hostel wasn’t something I was looking forward to. If I were traveling in San Francisco, staying in a hostel would be my first choice. But since I knew I was going to look for … Continue reading “My AirBnb Experience”
I never really get San Francisco tourists’ fascination with cable cars. Yes, it’s iconic. Yes, it hasn’t changed much from its inception in 1800’s, but I can’t help to wonder: in a city with so many things to do, is the San Francisco’s cable car experience worth a couple of hours of wait? But who … Continue reading “San Francisco’s Cable Car Mysterious Fascination”