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Monthly Archives: July 2013
San Francisco Parking Package

Parking Package

The best way to see San Francisco is on foot. With the parking package at The King George Hotel, you can park for free in Union Square and walk to the city's exciting attractions and eateries. The San Francisco Parking Package gives you everything you need to do your thing - whether you want to shop in Union Square or dim sum in Chinatown. Experience an iconic boutique hotel with free parking in the soul of San Francisco.
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Labor Day Weekend in San Francisco

Labor Day Things To Do in San Francisco

Send off summer in San Francisco at all the fun events that happen over Labor Day Weekend 2013. Dance the night away at the city's hottest dance party, enjoy concerts under the stars at the America's Cup Pavilion and celebrate the opening of the monumental new Bay Bridge with a huge parade, music, and explosive fireworks on Labor Day. You'll also find the coolest architecture festival and Shakespeare in the Park.
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The Painted Ladies

The iconic Painted Ladies, San Francisco's colorful Victorian and Edwardian style houses, are an expression of the city's fashion and evolution. Take a walking tour of the city and see the beautiful houses and mansions in Pacific Heights, Nob Hill and Lower Haight. The most famous cluster of Painted Ladies is Postcard Row, across from Alamo Square, seen in many movies and TV shows.
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Japanese Tea Garden

Experience the beauty and tranquility of Japanese Tea Garden, an urban sanctuary in Golden Gate Park. Explore a breathtaking Japanese-style garden with native Japanese plants, koi ponds, an arched bridge, pagodas, stone lanterns, stepping stone paths, and cherry blossom trees. Experience the rich tradition of the Tea Ceremony and try the matcha in the Tea House, where green teas are heated in a stone hearth and served with ancient customs.
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