An interesting list from streetadvisor.com:
1. The Bay, arguably the most beautiful in the world.
2. Golden Gate Bridge
5. Lombard Street, the crookedest street in the world
7. Victorian houses – the famous Painted ladies.
8. TransAmerica pyramid building
9. San Francisco 49ers
10. San Francisco Giants
11. Silicon Valley – home to world’s biggest technology startups
12. Fog and chilly weather
14. Fishermans Wharf
15. Ghiradelli Chocolate
Sometimes you just have to be a crowd pleaser. Well, our crowd will certainly be pleased when we make it down over to San Fran’s Fisherman’s Warf. There is an eclectic mix of shopping, dining, entertainment, and general merriment. Take some time to visit the link below and plan out the stops you want to make while at the Warf.
Ever imagine yourself as a Disney princess? If the answer is “Yes”, you will definitely enjoy traipsing to the top of Coit Tower during our tour in San Francisco. As you gaze at the San Francisco skyline from the top of the tower, you can imagine yourself as the lead in ‘Tangled’. How fun would it be to dream of your very own Prince Charming riding up on a white horse and helping you escape from the tower? Or, you could just get with the program and enjoy being in San Fran with the choir. Besides… Princes on white horses? I personally prefer a motorcycle… and I’d have my own so we could ride side by side.
Sushi AND Hello Kitty. I’m so there…
Sea Otters are the cutest animals ever. Concert and Chamber Singers will be visiting the Monterey Bay Aquarium while on Tour in San Fran. But why wait until June to see the otters? The aquarium has a live webcam that allows you to see otters and other cute things at various times of the day. Take a look.
Chimpmunks, and spotted owls, and bobcats! Oh my! And you thought San Francisco was going to be all singing and no play. If animals are your thing, we’ve got something planned for you. The tour crew will be visiting Muir woods and hopefully we will see lots of furry, cute animals… from far away. Check out the Muir Woods link below to learn more about the wildlife and plants that are creeping and crawling around the park (yes, plants creep). Personally, if I see a Redwood, I can call it a night.