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101 Free Things To Do In San Francisco (Travel Free eGuidebooks Book 3)
 
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101 Free Things To Do In San Francisco (Travel Free eGuidebooks Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

Daniel Davidson

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You’re not going to believe how many great free things there are to do in San Francisco. Free bike tours, kids activities, arts, theater, concerts, food & drink, beaches, carousels, shows, markets…the list goes on.

Sure, everyone knows about Golden Gate Park, but did you know the Golden Gate Band plays free public concerts Sunday afternoons all summer long? Did you know the Japanese Tea Garden is free to all visitors Fridays before 10 AM? Or tickets to the Partybus includes free entry to many clubs and bars?

The best of free ‘Frisco -- meaningful travel experiences that won’t cost you a dime -- is all here in this book.

More than a list, this book includes well-researched activities, accurate descriptions, links to driving and walking directions, contact information (including phone, email, websites, and Facebook pages) and many more features.

This guide book to San Fran includes information about free public transportation, extra activities throughout the Bay Area, and links to get directions from Google Maps. An interactive map shows you where all the free activities are, to help plan your trip.

If you’re traveling with children, this book will be especially helpful. It has detailed information on all the public playgrounds, family concerts, kid friendly interactive art studios, and other kid friendly activities.

Find the best of the best free travel activities, things like:

# 29. Free sail boat ride with the Cal Sailing Club
# 31. Free access to the Yerba Buena Gardens
# 40. Free access to the Japanese Tea Garden
# 49. Free access to the Bay Area Discovery Museum
# 83. Free Oysters At El Rio
# 96. Free Urban Bicycling Workshops
Much, much more!

Enjoy Chinatown, the Mission, Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Park, The Haight, Nob Hill, and many other neighborhoods, without the sucking sound in

CHAPTERS

1. Introduction
2. Free Museums & Galleries
3. Free Transportation
4. Free Outdoor Activities
5. Free Kids Activities
6. Free Music, Theater and Festivals
7. Free Food and Drinks
8. Free Arts & Architecture
9. Free Tours, Walks & Biking
10. Flea markets
11. Interactive Map With All Locations

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  • Print Length: 122 pages
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  • Language: English
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Reference for Visitors... And locals! May 8 2012
By Sid LaRouche - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a very handy guide to San Francisco. I have lived in SF for many years, and have spent countless weekends exploring the City with my family. And yet, this book surprised me with new ideas, places to check out that I'd never heard of, or forgotten about. It does a good job of covering old favorites as well, from well known tourist destinations like the Golden Gate Bridge and Twin Peaks, to sites and events favored by locals such as Crissy Field and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. It is also so well-organized, with easy links to primary websites and maps, that it is a useful resource for on-the-go reference via pad or phone. Thumbs up!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Free things to Do in San Francisco April 22 2013
By Mike Gerrard - Published on Amazon.com
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As soon as I looked inside this book (something I always do with a travel guide before buying) I liked it. The author says that he loves San Francisco - but it's so expensive! I feel just the same. It's a great city, and there's tons to do, but armed with this guide next time I'll be planning ahead and taking advantage of some of the free things on offer.

It's really helpful to know the days or evenings when certain museums and other attractions are free. You might not always be able to time your visit, but it sure helps to know. The other great thing about this guide is that it gives you ideas of some of the amazing free things there are in the city.

By the way, I am baffled by the solitary 1-star review this book got. I'd ignore that. It says this guide only lists things that are available in every US city. Really? Did we read the same book? Can you get a free sail-boat ride in San Francisco Bay in any city in the USA? Or free urban bicycling workshops? Or get a free sake tasting?? I don't think so.

As well as being packed with free and fun stuff to do, it's a really nicely designed book too. You can see that the cover looks good but inside the layout is really easy on the eye as well. If you have an internet connection then there's a link to an interactive Google map which locates every free attraction in the book. If you click on the pointer you can see the address and phone number, get a link to the website, and find the driving (or walking) directions to get there. You'll never get that in a printed guide - and you'll never be able to buy one for $2.99 either, unless it's an out-of-date copy in a charity shop. That's why I love ebooks as travel guides - and this is one of the best I've bought recently. Well worth $2.99.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 101 Free Things to do in San Francisco Feb. 12 2013
By Maude - Published on Amazon.com
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A very useful book. We thought we knew most of the free things to do and see in San Francisco, but we were pleasantly surprised.
Handy having all the free days for museums and galleries in the one publication.
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good! May 4 2013
By nsekler - Published on Amazon.com
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Well written, good recommendations for sightseeing on foot, mentioning recommendations for restaurants on the routes, and good and clear maps
4.0 out of 5 stars review of 101 free things to do in san francisco Jan. 4 2013
By Thomas Kinter - Published on Amazon.com
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A fun, comprehensive and helpful read. I have been going to The City at least once a year for the past 20 and hadn't realized there were so many venues, i.e. the Academy of Sciences, that have free days. Good thing I get a senior discount on many entry fees or I'd be fairly angry with myself for not having had this little book earlier.

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