Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

San Francisco

Crissy Field
The Parks Conservancy’s signature project, Crissy Field was transformed from a former military airfield into a vibrant environmental showcase.
Golden Gate Park
This public park, deeded to the people in 1870, park is the third most visited park in the United States – beaten only by Central Park in New York City and Lincoln Park in Chicago. 
Twin Peaks
These two hills are located near the center of the city, giving stunning, panoramic views of the beautiful city, down to the bay and ocean beyond. 
Fillmore Jazz Festival
A hoppin' hotbed of jazz to celebrate summertime.
Angel Island
Angel Island is rich with California history and perfect for a family outing, celebration, or day away" from urban life."
Ocean Beach
It's just you and the waves and the seabirds at Ocean Beach.
Golden Gate Bridge
A sublime marriage of form and function, the Golden Gate Bridge is a wonder from all perspectives.
The Embarcadero Promenade
Throughout the waterfront, the Port provides plazas, walks, parks, and public access on piers, which afford City residents and visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular waterfront setting.
Glide United Methodist Church
Even if - or especially if - you haven't set foot in a church in twenty years, Glide Memorial Church will light you up with 1,000 watts of soul.
Coit Tower
Coit Tower, a slender white concrete column rising from the top of Telegraph Hill, has been an emblem of San Francisco's skyline since its completion in 1933, a welcoming beacon to visitors and residents alike.
Golden Gate Park Skating & Biking
People power takes over the parks on Sundays.
Baker Beach
Stretching a mile below the rugged cliffs on the Presidio’s western shoreline, Baker Beach’s spectacular outside-the-Gate views of the Bridge and the Marin Headlands are unsurpassed.
Mission Dolores
Located at the crossroads of the City's Mission District, Castro District, the Lower Haight, Noe Valley, and Upper Market Street neighbourhoods, Mission Dolores Parishioners come from an enormous array of cultures, places, and backgrounds to worship

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