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San Francisco is home to so many different, sometimes even contradicting things, such as the historical core of the Beat generation, the home of hippies, as well as industries. It is also the home of numerous professional sports teams, and a lot of their hometown fans. As such, San Francisco sees nearly every type of traveler: Young nomads trying to re-create the journeys of Jack Kerouac, foreign dignitaries and industrial company men, as well as sports fans coming in all year long, and even just plain old tourists. Because of this, San Francisco's home to many different hotels, inns and rental homes. If you are traveling with your friends, or your family, or even just with a loved one, you will be able to find a hotel that fits your needs, be it an economical hotel, or a lavish, luxurious high-end suite. If it is a romantic vacation you are looking for, San Francisco can offer up a beautiful Victorian boutique hotels such as the Queen Anne Hotel, and the Petite Auberge. There are even a few green hotels such as The Orchard Hotel. When it comes to some of the most luxurious hotels in town, travels would want to check out The Warwick, InterContinental San Francisco, or even Le Meridien. A lot of these hotels also provide visitors with easy access to some of the seaside towns or Marin County, the tech industry mecca of Silicon Valley, as well as wine country.
Like Hollywood, or even New York City, San Francisco has such international fame that all of the sightseeing, shopping and entertainment available in the city seem so familiar, even if you have not been to the city before. Some of the most alluring attractions in the city are the many wonderful museums, theaters and famous neighborhoods such as Chinatown and Union Square. The stereotypical, yet highly recommended way to take in a lot of San Francisco sights is by taking a double-decker bus tour around the city, or even a cruise out to see Alcatraz Island. Traveling with a fine taste for wine may want to bookday trips to check out award-winning wineries in Napa and Sonoma.
San Francisco's downtown is essentially a neighborhood full of museums. One of the gems in this area is the San Francisco MoMA, which was founded in 1935 but has gone over many expansions since. The MoMA looks over Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, which is a small, garden-like performance space that doubles as a cinema and a gallery for exhibiting contemporary pieces of art. Across, on the other side of town, there is the infamous Golden Gate Park, and the De Young Museum, just known as a temple to the arts.
Once you tick the museums, Alcatraz Island and the Golden Gate Bridge off with your San Francisco checklist, depending on the time of year, you can always take in a San Francisco 49ers football game, or San Francisco Giants' Major League Baseball game.