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Top 5 Things To Do In San Francisco

Top 5 Things To Do In San Francisco


San Francisco is home to some of the most laid back and ultra liberal “friendly” people and environments. When it comes to discovering some of the most interesting things to do, you won’t be disappointed at the variety of options ahead.


1) Golden Gate Park


Golden Gate Park is a LARGE urban park that is 20% larger than Central Park in New York. Consisting of a LOT of amazing smoke sport and things to keep you busy for days and weeks, depending on how long your visit is. One of the main hang out spots is the Music Concourse Area. The Music Concourse Area has live music performances, year round, with large amounts of food trucks, hovering nearby, to keep your munchies at bay. A few notable hot spots are the Academy Of Sciences (that has an indoor rain forest), Japanese Tea Garden (peaceful Zen garden for experience a smooth high that sets the right vibe, with the mood of the moment), and finally, Hippie Hill (described as the home to “alternative” lifestyles. Also. The SFPD have been known to be quite lenient with public smoking).


Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate park, San Francisco California


 2) Haight & Ashbury


This is a fun street to hang out at. Quite possibly the most notable location for stoners to hang out at. Tons of glass shops and music stores. A vibrant, laid back, location that is known for its history of being the origin of hippie counterculture. Once you’re done shopping, and walking around, cross the street and you’ll be in the Golden Gate Park, right at Hippie Hill.

3) Marin Headlands


Just north of the San Francisco. A short trip across the Golden Gate bridge, leading you to a variety of activities and sightseeing opportunities. Famous for its view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Take a quick hike up the pedestrian path, leading up to Hawk Hill, a lookout point giving you a great view of the surrounding cities. Also home to a number of beaches you can access by car and hiking, at varying degrees of difficulty.

4) Pier 39


A shopping center built right on the pier.  There are endless amounts of; shops, restaurants, street performers, a video arcade, Aquarium, virtual 3d rides, and a interesting view of California sea lions.

5) Union Square


A public plaza with lots of shopping, hotels, theaters, department stores, upscale boutiques, gift shops, art galleries, salons, and MUCH more. Nearby has several other attractions to indulge in.

Including, but not limited to; Chinatown, Tenderloin, theater district, and the famous cable car. Enjoy the most liberal and artistic city that gave birth to the hippie culture. San Francisco, the true home for the cannabis community.

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