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    Redwoods & Wine Country Tour

    Some things just pair naturally with wine -- cheese, certain foods, good movies, and...giant Redwood Trees?! Believe it or not, they go together perfectly on this awesome tour! You'll enjoy starting with an early-morning drive through some of San Francisco's unique neighborhoods and over the Golden Gate Bridge as you make your way to Muir Woods. When you arrive at the Woods, you'll spend an hour walking in the shadows of towering, ancient Redwoods and a variety of other naturally beautiful plants and animals. After, you'll make your way north to California's gorgeous Wine Country, where you'll spend the rest of your day visiting 3 unique and stunning local wineries -- and of course tasting a variety of wines at each one! On your way back to San Francisco, you'll stop at a photogenic bluff overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge for a chance to take some incredible pictures. You'll sleep like a baby after such a jam packed day...and so many wine tastings! During your tour, you will be able to enjoy free wifi available on your bus or van!
    Redwoods & Wine Country Tour

    928 Harrison St, San Francisco

    • Spend the day exploring the natural scenery and winemaking culture of California with round-trip bus transportation, friendly guides, and individual exploration time
    • Walk in the shadows of some of the oldest trees in the world during a relaxing, hour-long visit to see Sequoia Redwood trees.
    • Try out delicious wines while touring the grounds of some of California's most beautiful, boutique wineries
    • Take amazing photographs of the Redwoods, the wineries, and other major sights that will wow your friends and family
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    Lousy Yerba Buena 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!
    Lousy Yerba Buena Tour

    Portsmouth Square, San Francisco

    • Experience a unique and humorous twist on your typical historical walking tour
    • See the only historic buildings of the Barbary Coast that survived the 1906 Earthquake and fire
    • Enjoy points of interest for history, architecture, flora & fauna and culture like never before
    • Become a playful victim of your guide, SK Morton, as he plays pranks on you and other guests
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    Four Peaks Tour

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    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.
    Four Peaks Tour

    1751 Market St, San Francisco

    • Take a walking tour of the Four Peaks area of San Francisco, the LGBT hub of the United States
    • Discover hidden staircases, gardens, and paths that only an insider would know about
    • Gain knowledge about history of this hotbed of American culture
    • Embrace one of the most culturally relevant areas of San Francisco
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    San Francisco Time Machine Tour

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    Emperor Norton's Fantastic Waterfront Time Machine is a lively, informative, and entertaining walking tour of historic San Francisco led by Emperor Norton I, Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico! On this tour, you'll learn the fascinating story of Emperor Norton, the man and the myth, as you explore the secrets of notable waterfront locations such as the Embarcadero, the Emperor Norton Bridge, the Produce District, Coit Tower, the Labor Movement, Meigg's Wharf, the Muni F Line, the Cannery, Pier 39, and Fisherman's Wharf. Discover a lesser-known side of city history and see San Francisco in a whole new light, whether you're a local or just visiting!
    San Francisco Time Machine Tour

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Discover a lesser-known waterfront side of San Francisco
    • Enjoy colorful commentary by Emperor Norton I during this fun and unusual guided walking tour
    • Explore the secrets of notable locations such as the Embarcado and Fisherman's Wharf
    • Learn the fascinating histories of the Emperor Norton Bridge, the Produce District, and Pier 39
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    Hobnobbing with Gobs of Snobs: Nob Hill Tour

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    Nob Hill is the pinnacle of San Francisco's elite, filled to the brim with world-class mansions, hotels, and churches. But as is so often the case, the cleanest streets are sometimes home to the dirtiest secrets. Learn how The Railroad Barons and The Bonanza Kings used insider trading, price gouging, money laundering, forgery, bribery, and more to build their empires from San Francisco's most exclusive address. You'll visit the surviving buildings from the Fire of 1906, The Spite Fence, which literally separated the "Haves" from the "Have Nots," and the Grace Church, a 50 year old church with 500 year old flair. This isn't one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You'll answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way. Good thing that kind of corruption is ancient history. Right? Probably.
    Hobnobbing with Gobs of Snobs: Nob Hill Tour

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Explore Nob Hill, San Francisco's wealthiest neighborhood on an entertaining walking tour
    • Discover the extraordinary corruption that built Nob Hill as you visit historic mansions, Grace Church, and The Spite Fence
    • See breathtaking architecture and answer trivia questions
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    Hike Our Most Hidden Watershed

    On the west side of Twin Peaks near 7th avenue, there exists a watershed, which used to be one of San Francisco's major reservoirs. This area has been through a lot over the years. Sewers flow underneath the deteriorating concrete bottom; Muni Metro trains run below the creek. During this tour, you'll examine the secret backwoods of the watershed where no official trails go! You'll stumble upon some renegade trails that have been appearing, but for the most part, this area remains secret. Learn about the tumultuous past of this area as you discover more about the undeniable link between nature and the growth of San Francisco.
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    Hike Our Most Hidden Watershed

    Downtown, San Francisco

    • Hike the hidden backwoods of a watershed near Twin Peaks, San Francisco
    • Learn of the sewers flowing underneath the concrete bottom and the Muni Metro trains running below the creek
    • Hear about the history of the watershed as San Francisco's first major reservoir
    • Appreciate the undeniable link between nature and the growth and proliferation of city life
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    Zumba

    Sweat and smiles don't usually go hand-in-hand. But this exercise class will not only burn calories, it'll leave you feeling on top of the world! How, you ask? Well, Zumba isn't your typical workout. Featuring a fusion of energetic dance music and moves, Zumba only has one rule: don't stop moving! Whether you're a virtuoso dancer or have a penchant for walking into walls, you'll have such a great time, you won't even remember you're getting a great aerobic workout. This class will help develop your stamina and motor coordination, build your core strength, and give you a toned, fit shape that will turn heads. If you love to dance, you'll find yourself right at home in this studio. Best of all, you'll pick up some sweet new dance moves to break out at the club.
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    Zumba

    2560 9th St, Berkeley

    • Enjoy a Latin-inspired dance and fitness class with a friendly, motivating instructor
    • Workout to some spicy Latin songs to keep your workout as fun as it is effective
    • Increase your strength, stamina, and overall health as you tone your entire body
    • Execute easy-to-follow moves anyone can benefit from, regardless of fitness level
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    Composition in the Field (Fisherman's Wharf)

    Create compelling images out of any surrounding! This three hour, hands-on camera workshop, is a rendezvous with a pro photographer, in any of a number of photogenic locales in and around the area. The session is designed to provide you with an exciting experience that will teach you the classic principles of composition. You'll learn to shoot using the lighting at that particular moment, image framing, shutter techniques and other tips and techniques that will result in great compositions for portraits, architectural shoots, street photography and macro images. Personal feedback on your work from professional photographers will be given to help you master these photo layout skills. Swing by and learn to create inspiring images and turn the mundane into masterpieces! You must bring your own digital camera. Exact meeting location will be provided upon booking and will vary depending upon the signup date.
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    Composition in the Field (Fisherman's Wharf)

    2801 Jones St, San Francisco

    • Improve your compositional skills
    • Better understand the capabilities of your camera
    • Explore famous areas of Fisherman's Wharf
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    Mission District: Water Walking

    Why is the Mission of San Francisco called "Dolores"? On this fascinating tour, you will explore treks along water routes where creeks once flowed, before the city grew up. Some are still flowing, hidden to the untrained eye. As you walk along, you'll delve into both practical and political sides of local drinking water, sewers, wells, hydrants and reservoirs. This extensive, interactive history lesson covers sinking hotels, lagunas, arroyos, Chula Alley, and a brutally incorrect bronze plaque. You'll find out how this place came to be a population center; and coolest of all, you will finally debunk San Francisco's founding lore -- "Founded on a now-vanished freshwater lake" -- and see how that myth came into being. With so much water everywhere, you'll be awash in history.
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    Mission District: Water Walking

    Downtown, San Francisco

    • Explore the waterways and water myths of the Mission District
    • Walk along ancient and hidden water routes that allowed San Francisco to grow and flourish
    • Discuss the practical and political sides of drinking water, sewers, and wells
    • Debunk San Francisco's founding lore about a now-vanished freshwater lake
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    San Francisco Coastal Walking Tours

    From the Bridge to the beach, it's no "bluff" to say that this 4-hour walking tour is the perfect way to "sea" what San Francisco is all about! Featuring the scenic north coast of San Francisco, you'll meander along with a local guide, discovering the unspoilt wild by means of an well-tended footpath network. Check out the views from atop coastal bluffs and dip your feet in the waters of hidden beaches. Your walk will begin with a quick visit to Fort Point beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, before taking you to the Golden Gate Bridge Overlook. Then you'll follow the Coastal Trail to mile-long Baker Beach for a lunch break. Looping back via a higher trail for panoramic views of the Pacific and Marin Headlands offers an entirely different perspective of the sights you saw on the inbound trip. Where city meets sea, this is "shore" to be a walk to remember!
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    San Francisco Coastal Walking Tours

    983 Marine Dr, San Francisco

    • Embark on a 4-hour walking trip to discover hidden views and beaches in San Francisco
    • Explore Fort Point beneath the Golden Gate Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge Overlook
    • Dip your feet in the water at Baker Beach and relax during a mid-tour break
    • Learn about the history of the area courtesy of a knowledgeable local guide
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