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Top 10 Things To Do In San Francisco Part 2

Well my first Top Ten Things To Do In San Francisco list was a success (I think) and I had several comments and suggestions from folks to include others so I decided to put together a part 2. In the future I’ll have several more of these Top Ten Lists as well so keep coming back to SFPhotorama for more!

The items on this list and the last one (Top Ten Things To Do In San Francisco) are some of the things I enjoy doing in San Francisco and I recommend it to others as well. When friends and relatives visit San Francisco and ask for recommendations these are some of the places I recommend. Everyone visiting San Francisco should know about this.

Ride or Walk Down Lombard Street
Enjoy The Farmers Market At The Ferry Building
Have A Clam Chowder at Fisherman’s Wharf
Take The Ferry To Alcatraz
Ferry Ride To Tiburon/Suasalito
Take A Relaxing Tour Of The Japanese Tea Gardens
View the Painted Ladies from Alamo Square
Take a stroll at the Palace of Fine Arts grounds
Enjoy a classic film at the Castro Theatre
Catch a view of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco Bay + Skyline from Marin Headlands

Godetia At The Ferry Building Farmers Market – San Francisco

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I like the way this turned out. I like flowers and have always loved photographing them and seeing them on picture. They always turn out quite colorful! Don’t you think?

San Francisco Photorama

Fava Beans At The Ferry Building

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Fava beans are so good! I especially love the Middle Easterne dish fool. I grew up eating that stuff when I was young. It’s a healthy dish and it’s perfect for the VEGAN. I’m sure those of you who are vegeterian or vegan will know this dish. I liked the colors of the fava beans so I had to snap a couple of shots when I saw them at the Ferry Building farmers market. They looked yummy.

San Francisco Photorama