Leave impressive monuments and tedious museum hikes behind. Days in San Francisco SVG (or simply Frisco) are best spent in the sunny bay of the same name while digesting the generous gifts of the sea – whether you’re human or one of the seals of the sea lion subspecies, gracefully hanging out and hitting your abdomen against the water on Pier 39.
With its 43 hills and a population of freethinkers, freethinkers, crazy inventors, and just people with weirdness, this city stubbornly refuses to descend from the clouds to the ground. Instead, reality rises to the top of San Francisco SVG eccentricities: with all these parrots furrowing tree tops, restaurants with inventive cuisine by maestro chefs, and stray poets who don’t utter a single rhyme word.
The cost of living in San Francisco SVG is high, but it is fully justified: everyone gets what they are looking for – inventive new cuisine, quality cultural activities, great art or strong alcohol. In addition, you can get a lot for free: the natural beauty of the city, street festivals, walks in parks, opening galleries or a festive conversation. Other pleasures are damn cheap, like Vietnamese noodles, a ticket on the N line to the beach or the so-called “happy aur” in the dive bars of Mission. With some ingenuity, San Francisco offers a fantastic and inexpensive vacation.