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    Ferry Building and Plaza Food Tour

    Awaken your senses and tickle your taste buds on this culinary journey through San Francisco's famous Ferry Building! Sample San Francisco's bounty of local, seasonally grown food products including meats, cheeses, breads and chocolates, on this two-hour tour that will delight foodies of all ages. You will meet your personal epicurean concierge in front of the Ferry Building Marketplace, which houses some of the most well-known food purveyors in San Francisco. The Ferry Building and Ferry Plaza Farmers Market are staples for the city's most talked-about chefs, and you will be guided through the market place to experience San Francisco as a local! You'll taste organic cheeses from Cowgirl Creamery, sample sourdough bread from ACME Bread Company, nibble on freshly made mortadella and enjoy the delicious house cured fennel salami produced by celebrity chef Chris Cosentino. Try fresh-baked fruit and vegetable tartlets from Frog Hollow Farm in nearby Brentwood, enjoy pickled vegetables from Happy Girl Kitchen; try the French macaroons from Miette Patisserie; and compare chocolates from Recchiuti Confections and Scharffen Berger. All tastings are included on this great-value tour, so be sure to work up an appetite! It's a mouthwatering excursion to culinary Utopia!
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    Four Peaks Tour

    Roam Local
    Climb through a 100-year old history of the four-peak tour of San Francisco’s most visited neighborhood, Eureka Valley. This multicultural hotspot spans the Castro District, Twin Peaks, Corona Heights, and Dolores Heights. Known as the outskirts of the City, Eureka Valley was the place where cows used to graze. You'll uncover the history of the Eureka Valley as we investigate relics of the 1850s outskirts and the churches of the 1890s Irish community. You’ll also travel through streets that were abandoned in the 60s then brought back to life in 70s by the flourishing gay community. Locals and visitors alike can appreciate these untold moments in history as you explore four of the best vistas in San Francisco. This tour is a bit of a hike, but isolation from the City has it’s perks. You'll visit secret staircases and hidden concrete slides. Secluded gardens and a certain podium with a missing statue. At the peak of Corona Heights, you’ll conclude at the lesser-known, but fascinating Randall Museum. Consider the Museum’s free entry as a reward for this fourth and final climb. Make sure to pack your hiking shoes!
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    SAMBAFUNK! SUNDAYS W/ LIVE DRUMS

    SambaFunk!
    Carnaval is now a year round celebration! Get into the hip shaking groove with a soulful samba. You'll learn different variations of samba, like reggae, funk, and various Latin and Caribbean Carnaval dances. Through these dances, you'll pick up movement and technique, build your physical stamina and body control, and improve your flexibility. Live drummers will be there to accompany you, getting your energy pumping and giving the whole class an authentic, celebratory flair. This class even gives you the chance to take your new moves to the streets, where they belong. You'll be able to dance in all kinds of community events, like 201 San Francisco Carnaval, Oakland Carnaval Family Day, and San Diego Brasilian Day.
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    Zumba (African American Community Center)

    Zumba with Rossy
    If you haven't heard of Zumba yet, there's a good chance in you're in a coma. If you have, what are you waiting for? Zumba with Rossy is a great chance to join the fitness revolution that changed the way people think about working out. Practitioners of Zumba enjoy a body-toning workout that burns through calories thanks to its varied forms, which effectively "shock" the body, leading to greater results. Zumba is also fun! It's built around exuberant dance moves and heart-thumping Latin and world beats. Choreography is such that anybody can join in, regardless of dance ability. You'll learn as you workout. The only rule is, keep moving!
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    Streets of San Francisco Guided Bike Tour-Electric Bike

    Bay City Bike
    There's more to San Francisco than just the Golden Gate Bridge! By leading you through various local neighborhoods, this urban bike tour will have you exploring just how dynamic this city is. You'll explore the back alleys of North Beach's "Little Italy," and get to take photos of the Transamerica Pyramid. Then you'll hit up Barbary Coast along with San Francisco's historical supper clubs. As you bike through this area, learn about how the neighborhoods transformed from scandalous to sparkling! Channel some black and orange when you ride around the Giant's AT&T Ballpark, then venture into the Mission, Castro, and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods, each of which is a unique community with equally unique locals. Lastly, head to Nopa where you'll find the famous Painted Ladies houses of Alamo Square. From there you'll visit the Civic Center, cycle into Polk Gulch, San Francisco's original gay neighborhood, and finish up in Aquatic Park!
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    Castro Mission Tour

    Roam Local
    Visit the rich history and culture of Castro Mission Loop's LGBTQ+ community, the nightlife with a Latino flair, and the iconic Victorian Architecture. Your next stop is an oldest building in the City and namesake of the Mission District: Mission Dolores. At the Mission, you'll learn old Spanish-California stories before you dive into one of the most happening neighborhoods in America. Known for its Latin roots, mural-lined streets, and eccentric nightlife, the Mission is the place to be. Take note of the craft cocktail bars, authentic Mission-style taquerias, and techno clubs to plan an unforgettable evening after the walking tour. Between the Castro and the Mission, two and a half hours won’t seem like enough to soak in these sensational San Francisco Districts.
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    Tandem Paragliding Flight

    Eagle Paragliding
    Birds have a great life. They can just use their wings to go places without having to book a flight, sit on cramped airplanes and be forced to fight for the armrest. Wouldn't it be nice to spread your wings and fly wherever your heart desires! Unfortunately you're not a bird, so going paragliding is about as close as you'll get. Buckle up with your instructor on this tandem paragliding flight and embark on a beautiful ride through the skies. You'll look out at the Pacific Ocean, the Channel Islands, and the Santa Barbara Mountains. You will be safely buckled in your own harness in a canopy designed for two, with your instructor sitting in the back so you'll get to enjoy the stunning views. Once you've listened to the instructions, you'll wait for the perfect breeze on top of Training Hill and prepare to spread your wings. When the wind is right, you and your instructor will start running to create energy as the wing comes overhead into flying position. Run until the wind catches you and lifts you high up in the skies! The flight lasts about 30-45 seconds and you'll have two rounds. Tandem flight can be enjoyed by anyone under 260 pounds. This will be the closest you'll get to being a bird. But unlike birds, that have feathers to warm them up, you're still only a human -- you might want to wear layers.
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    Streets of San Francisco Guided Bike Tour-Comfort Hybrid

    Bay City Bike
    There's more to San Francisco than the Golden Gate Bridge! By leading you through various local neighborhoods, this urban bike tour will have you realizing just how dynamic this city is. You'll explore the back alleys of North Beach's "Little Italy," and get to take photos of the Transamerica Pyramid. Then you'll hit up Barbary Coast along with San Francisco's historical supper clubs. As you bike through this area, learn about how the neighborhoods transformed from scandalous to sparkling! Channel some black and orange when you ride around the Giant's AT&T Ballpark, then venture into the Mission, Castro, and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods, each of which is a unique community with equally unique locals. Lastly, head to Nopa where you'll find the famous Painted Ladies houses of Alamo Square. From there you'll visit the Civic Center, cycle into Polk Gulch, San Francisco's original gay neighborhood, and finish up in Aquatic Park!
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    Samba Dance Style

    Dance Mission Theater
    If you want a calorie-burning workout that'll leave you craving Round 2, look no further than this upbeat Samba dance class! At Dance Mission, you'll work alongside professional artists and diverse Bay Area community members to learn this exhilarating dance style that has gained worldwide popularity. This class is perfect if you've been meaning to break into the field of dance or if you're interested in samba music. You'll master sick choreography alongside like minded students in a positive environment! Get ready to break a sweat!
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    Teas, Temples, and Beatniks

    San Francisco Urban Adventures
    Experience San Francisco's diversity firsthand as you explore two very different but equally exciting neighborhoods. You'll experience a true fusion of East and West, where one of the largest and oldest Chinese communities outside of Asia butts right up against the birthplace of the beret-loving Beat Generation. Starting in Chinatown, you will learn about the Chinese community's role in the Gold Rush and train building boom, and stop for a bite of traditional mooncake pastries. From there, it's off to the oldest Chinese temple in America, where you can have your fortune read, and then on to a sampling of fresh fortune cookies and an in-depth tea tasting. Just a few steps north, you'll enter North Beach, home of Jack Kerouac and Alan Ginsberg's favorite hangouts. You will check out the City Lights Bookstore, which still publishes San Francisco's great local poets. You'll wander through picturesque side streets as you explore Little Italy, past adorable shops and cafes. Embrace a deliciously fascinating transcontinental experience, without ever leaving the city.
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