Refer to this weekend guide to San Francisco covering some other areas not as touristy but equally entertaining.
After going missing for several weeks, the famed sea lions that make their home on San Francisco’s Pier 39 have returned.
The Bay area is high on the list towns that have the best boardwalks for food in the United States, according to a food and drink website.
The sea lions have been a part of San Francisco’s Pier 39 for decades and are among the Bay Area’s most famous tourist attractions. But now, the sea creatures have disappeared.
Troy Campbell, executive director of the Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District says Jacob’s death is a loss to the area’s rich culture of street performances. He was a fixture at the wharf for 30 years who usually sat in front of the Anchorage Building on Jefferson Street.
The sea lions’ occupation of Pier 39’s docks now enters its 24th year of delighting tourists and frustrating fisherman, as marked by a ceremony today centered on a new Sea Lion Center.
Aquarium of the Bay is inviting the public to the grand opening of the Sea Lion Center…
“Passenger” wanted to busk somewhere in San Francisco. Many locales were suggested & he chose Pier 39. Watch as he performs…
Crews began work Wednesday morning in San Francisco on what could be a spectacular Fourth of July fireworks show or a bunch of “pink fog,” depending on the city’s famously temperamental summer weather, organizers said.
Everyone loves a party and when it comes to the Fourth of July, the Bay Area celebrates it in grand style. As in years past, Independence Day 2013 has many options for great food, interactive fun, live entertainment and fireworks.