Everything you need when planing a vacation trip to San Francisco
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See you at Macy's

Union Square in the heart of downtown San Francisco, is known for its fine hotels, theaters, art galleries and most of all, its high-end shopping.

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Running through the middle of Cow Hollow, Union Street (not to be confused with Union Square) is home to many trendy boutiques, jewelry galleries, sidewalk cafes and coffee houses.

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The Upper Fillmore Shopping District

The section of Fillmore Street that runs through wealthy Pacific Heights, offers shoppers a wide selection of bakeries, elegant interior design shops, antique shops and boutiques on a charming tree lined street.

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In a high end shop

Between the South of Market district and Potrero Hill neighborhood is a world class interior design district that is little known outside the high-end design world.

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The Ferry Building

After leaving Fisherman's Wharf and moving east along the waterfront, there is little to interest visitors until one gets to the Ferry Building and the Embarcadero Center. This guide will show you what awaits you there.

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Jackson Square

This small island of 1850's buildings, surrounded by the skyscrapers of the financial district, rewards visitors with some of the most tony antique shopping in the city.

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Christmas in the Castro

Known around the world as the gay Mecca, this commercial strip is surprisingly small. Still, many of its shops carry items that one does not find in many places. And at night the Castro has the most lively club scene in the city.

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Love the Haight

The Summer of Love is over, but Haight Ashbury is still the go-to place for all your hippy needs. This may not be the cleanest part of the city, but it is certainly one of the most interesting.

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The Japan Center

What do you get when, in the name of urban renewal, you tear down an ethnic neighborhood and build a big shopping center with a cement pagoda? Why, the Japan Center, of course. Take a look - its not as bad as it sounds.

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In North Beach

Once it was San Francisco's Little Italy. Then it gave the world the Beatniks. Today one can find evidence of both without too much effort. And if it is, well, there is no shortage of cafes to help restore your vigor

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Take your pick

Centrally located in the heart of San Francisco, this popular tourist attraction is a real ethnic neighborhood that serves both the needs of its residents and the river of tourists that flows through it.

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High class merchendice at Fisherman's Wharf

This area has a gravitational pull that few tourists can resist. No doubt about it, there is no place in the world that offers more items with the words "San Francisco" written on them.

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