“IF YOU’RE GOING TO SAN FRANCISCO…” PART II
So, after you’ve brought a Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 4Matic+ with a V8 twin turbo engine to San Francisco you will definitely need a nice place to stay. How about the Fairmont Hotel? It is located atop Nob Hill and is famous for being featured in various TV shows and films. Maybe the television series “Hotel” during the 80s tells you anything as it was often filmed in front of the luxury hotel. The Fairmont was even added to the National Register of Historic Places which makes it worthy of preservation for its historical significance due to the US federal government. Well and besides these facts it is definitely worth an experience to check-in here. Apart from the great service (which I guess you would expect from a four-star-luxury hotel) I especially loved the panoramic view over the skyline of the City and the Bay from the rooftop. What made our stay even more enjoyable was that the hotel is centrally located which made it easy to get to the Union Square, Downtown, Fisherman’s Wharf or Chinatown by foot in just a few minutes. And if you’re not keen on walking you could always use the famous cable cars. Fun Fact: the hotel is the only spot in the City where each of the lines meet.
Hence, here are some tips what to definitely check out in SF: The Fisherman’s Wharf if you are fan of fishing boats, sea lions, seafood stalls and restaurants around the Bay.
The Union Square when you are still looking for some souvenirs since it is the gathering place in downtown for shopping. Department stores, boutiques, gift shops…you will surely find something to bring home.
The Financial District if you are fan of central business districts and skyscrapers and want to tell everybody back at home that you’ve seen six SF Fortune 500 companies such as Wells Fargo, Gap or PG&E.
Of course, there are so many other beautiful places to see and I could go on and on forever but what would be the point of that? San Francisco is in so many ways the place beyond the melting pot. It has numerous different foreign cultures: whatever culture you dive into and whichever place you enter, there is always so much else to explore.
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