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    Guided Private Napa Wine Tour (4 People)

    Things to do in San Francisco
    Thinking about getting out of San Francisco for a day of sophisticated inebriation? Give this tour a spin! You'll be chauffeured to beautiful Napa Valley by luxury sedan, SUV, or stretch limo, where you'll visit some of the best boutique wineries in the region. Learn about wines while tipping back glasses in exclusive tasting rooms, and get an inside look into the winemaking industry from the winemakers themselves. The Napa wine region boasts stunning country landscapes that include rolling hills plastered with farms and vineyards This worry-free visit is a great way to drink it all in!
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    Local Food Adventures

    Local Food Adventures
    The Rockridge Neighborhood Heritage & Walking Food Tou is a three-hour guided walking tour that takes you through Oakland's neighborhood of Rockridge to learn more about the area's history, present-day excitement and taste its growing food culture. On this tour you'll enjoy six local tasting spots with food samples, demonstrations and tons of local yumminess! Come discover the area's rich history - perfect for new and established neighbors alike.
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    Adventurous Horseback Tour

    San Francisco Fire Engine Tours
    Firetrucks and horses. Your inner child is going to have a field day with this tour. You'll be riding in a classic 1955 Mack Fire Truck (shiny red, of course) over the Golden Gate Bridge. This narrated, open-air ride will provide the perfect opportunity to check out the San Francisco skyline from up on high. Prior to the bridge, you'll tour the streets of San Francisco, and afterwards, the village of Sausalito. As though that's not enough, you'll also spend an hour exploring the California coastline on horseback. If you're worried about this tour being too eccentric, don't. It's San Francisco. You'll fit right in.
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    Telegraph Hill and the Old Waterfront Tour

    Roam Local
    Wild parrots. Do you really need to read any further? Fine. Roam Local presents the "Telegraph Hill & Old Waterfront" walking tour, a four mile leisurely trek around the old waterfront area of San Francisco. You'll have the opportunity to explore Yerba Buena Cove, the Barbary Cove, and the infamous Telegraph Hill (that's where the parrots are!). You'll discover hidden parks, gardens and alleys, plus experience stunning views of the bay, including the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. You'll find out where television and blue jeans were born, all while experiencing a true urban adventure. And did we mention WILD PARROTS???
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    Four Peaks Tour

    Roam Local
    The Four Peaks area of San Francisco isn't just colorful -- It's a virtual rainbow. Considered one of the preeminent centers of global gay culture and LGBT activism in the world, this area is now among the most vibrant, hip places in the city. Over the sixties and seventies, multitudes of gay men and women started to move into the neighborhood and fix up homes that had fallen into disrepair in the area, eventually claiming the neighborhood as their own. Discover hidden alleys, staircases, and gardens on a 3.5 mile walk. Learn about the important history of the area, and find out why Four Peaks is lovingly known as "Eureka Valley" by the locals. While leisurely, tour involves many steps, which can be challenging. Exact meeting location is given upon confirmation of booking.
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    Chinatown, Russian Hill & North Beach Tour

    Roam Local
    In Roam Local's "Chinatown, Russian Hill & North Beach" walking-tour, you'll explore the hidden streets and sites of three of San Francisco's most famous and picturesque neighborhoods. Beginning and ending at the Friendship Gate of Chinatown, you'll travel through the colorful back alleys of the oldest and largest Chinatown in the world. Here you'll find the first Chinese temple ever built in the United States. From there, you'll ascend Russian Hill, famous for its writers' salons and eclectic vibe, and explore Barbary Lane, the hidden street that famously inspired Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City novel series. Next up, you'll descend into North Beach, epicenter of the Beat Generation, the Bohemian artists and nonconformists behind the great San Francisco Renaissance of the 1950s. If you're looking for an insider's view of SF, this is a tour you'll not want to miss!
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    Castro Mission Tour

    Roam Local
    You haven't truly experienced San Francisco until you've visited Castro Mission Loop. Known for its Victorian architecture and vibrant murals, you'll learn all about its history during your intimate walking tour directed by a local that knows about all of the hidden spots you won't find in a guide book. During this leisurely 3.5 mile walk you'll be introduced to San Francisco's oldest building, an alley of murals, a buried lagoon, and numerous other interesting points and oddities that make Castro a must see spot. Plus, you'll get acquainted with one of the city's most popular gay epicenters and gain exposure to the unique culture that makes San Francisco one of America's favorite cities.
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    Lousy Yerba Buena Tour

    SK Morton's Lousy San Francisco Walking Tour
    The Lousy Tour is an entertaining walking tour that incorporates points of interest for history, architecture, flora & fauna and culture in a fun and humorous way. Nothing is taken too seriously and SK, your hilarious guide, often makes guests his playful victims. Yerba Buena (Good Herb) was the aptly prophetic name for the original village that became San Francisco. This tour will start with a quick history recap in Portsmouth Square, where you'll travel back in time through the Gold Rush era, visiting sites like Empire Park, the Wells Fargo History Museum, and a graveyard of sunken ships. See remnants of the Barbary Coast like the Old Ship Saloon and Jackson Square, as well as the few historic buildings, like those at Hotaling Place that remained standing after the 1906 Earthquake and fire. You'll even visit sites for recent history like the Trans America Pyramid and Sidney G. Walton Park. Bring your sense of humor, this tour is a unique and bitingly sassy take on SF history you don't want to miss out on!
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    Classic Fire Engine Tour

    San Francisco Fire Engine Tours
    See the beauty of current San Francisco from atop a classic relic of its past. You'll roam through the city aboard a shiny, open air 1955 Mack Fire Truck -- just like the one you used to play with as a kid, but bigger! You even get to dress the part, with classic gear to keep you warm in the face of the bay breeze. Starting at Fisherman's Wharf, you'll head through the beautiful Presidio, then it's across the water over the Golden Gate Bridge to Fort Baker in Sausalito for photos, before heading up to the Marin Headlands boasting magnificent views of the City by the Bay. Return across the Golden Gate Bridge, winding your way through the famous Union Street shopping district. Enjoy a fun, novel way to see the stunning sights of San Francisco. It's a show on wheels!
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    Alcatraz Sunset Segway Tour

    Explore Alcatraz and take a city Segway tour to see top San Francisco attractions such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, Fisherman's Wharf and the Transamerica Building on this fascinating and fun combo tour. Relax on your scenic ferry ride along San Francisco Bay to Alcatraz Island and learn the history of the notorious former prison during a comprehensive audio tour. The following day, venture onto the streets of San Francisco on a small-group Sunset Segway tour for an intimate sightseeing experience. On your first day, board a ferry at Pier 33 for the 10-minute ride across placid San Francisco Bay toward Alcatraz Island. When you arrive, watch an informative movie about Alcatraz, which once housed some of the nation's most heinous criminals, including Al Capone and James 'Whitey' Bulger. A number of inmates tried to escape the massively fortified island, but no one is known to have succeeded. Take an audio tour of the cellblocks and historic buildings that are a gloomy contrast to the spellbinding views of San Francisco's skyline in the distance. Your Segway tour isn't until the next day, so there's no need to hurry. Explore the compound at your own pace and head back to the mainland when you wish; ferries depart roughly every half hour. The day after your expedition to Alcatraz, meet at Pier 45 for your 3-hour Segway tour -- an intimate, leisurely way to see more of San Francisco than you would on a walking tour or bus tour. Receive a safety orientation to get comfortable on your Segway, and then set off to explore the city with your small group and knowledgeable guide. Listen to your guide talk about the city's rich history as you glide past its most distinctive landmarks, stopping for incredible photo opportunities. On the morning or afternoon Segway tour, cruise past bustling Fisherman's Wharf and take in vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge's regal red towers and Alcatraz's imposing outline. See the shops and restaurants of Ghirardelli Square and historic marine vessels at Hyde Street Pier and Aquatic Park. Admire a famous San Francisco cable car, and end your adventure with a close-up view of the towering Transamerica Pyramid in the Financial District before returning to Pier 45. The sunset Segway tour also includes amazing views of Fisherman's Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and the Transamerica Building before traveling along the waterfront Embarcadero with its numerous piers. Finish your tour with views of San Francisco's best-known towers - the Ferry Building and sleek Coit Tower atop Telegraph Hill - before heading back to Pier 45.
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