San Francisco - Day 3

Monday, September 27, 2010


I can not say enough about this place. We ate here the day before we left San Francisco and we wished we had known about it earlier in our stay because we would have eaten here everyday. Prices are great and food is great! All food was made to order and the staff who runs the business were very courteous. It's just a little cafe right across the street from our hotel that only served breakfast and lunch from 7am to 1pm daily.

If you want the ultimate sightseeing experience then this is it, rent a GoCar. It is a talking GPS guided tour car that takes you all over the city and I promise you won't ever get really lost.  My BIG Tip here is to book your tour for your 1st day then as you are touring you can make notes as to want things you really want to go back and see in more detail. Oh, and dress warm, the car is open and at times it was a little nippy.  Click here for more info on GoCar GPS Guided Tours...


San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as the oldest Chinatown in North America. It is another of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco. You can click here to learn more about the attractions, culture, history and events in Chinatown.
We had the most fabulous dinner at this truly authentic Italian restuarant that we found in Little Italy, so if you ever make it to San Francisco I would highly recommend that you find this place. Volare Trattoria located at 561 Columbus Avenue, serves hearty pastas, ravioli, gnocchi, pizza, and tiramisu made daily plus fresh seafood and grilled meats at reasonable prices. From the restaurant you get a bird's eye view of historical Washington Square Park and St. Peter & Paul Church in the heart of North Beach. One last great meal to end our last night in San Francisco.

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