A couple of months ago, I had to be in San Francisco for a few days. On my first full day, I went for a walk: Starting in the morning from my hotel near Union Square, I walked down Market Street to the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero. I then went through Chinatown on my way up Telegraph Hill to the Coit Tower and its observatory. After the Tower, I walked down the other side of the hill to Pier 39. At that point, I boarded a boat to have a closer look at the Golden Gate Bridge.
Above, Union Square.
Above, Market Street.
Above, Ferry Building.
Above, San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge.
Above, statue of Gandhi at the Ferry Building.
Above, below the Transamerica Pyramid.
Above, in Chinatown.
Above, on Broadway.
Above, on the way to the Coit Tower.
Above, Coit Tower.
Above, view from the observatory of Coit Tower.
Above, Financial District.
Above, looking towards Oakland across the San Francisco Bay.
Above, island of Alcatraz, with Pier 39 in the foreground.
Above, one of the murals on the first floor of Coit Tower.
Above, Pier 39.
Above, Alcatraz Island.
Above, Golden Gate Bridge. The warship on the left is the SS Jeremiah O’Brien, which was built during WW2. It now serves as a museum.
Above, the famous sea lions of Pier 39.
Above, the boat that I boarded to get a look at the Golden Gate Bridge.