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Iconic City & Coastal California DAY 1


-After Dark Thursdays at Exploratorium on the bay -Dinner at the Sea Glass restaurant


Spend an evening in the Exploratorium on the bay and enjoy their After Dark Thursdays event where visitors can explore the learning laboratory until 10pm. A great stop for dinner is the Sea Glass restaurant where you can enjoy deep fried mac and cheese or deconstructed sushi bowls. The Palace Hotel – a grand, historic building just a ten-minute walk from the pier provides an exquisite and luxurious overnight stay in an ideal location to explore the city.


Overnight: Palace Hotel DAY 2


-Cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge -Hornblower Cruise


In the morning take a bike ride from Fisherman’s Wharf, along the bay, over the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and into the picturesque Sausalito. After taking the ferry back into San Francisco, tuck into some delicious clam chowder in a bread bowl at Boudin’s before exploring SF MOMA. A wonderful way to spend the evening is to embark on the Hornblower cruise, which gives you incredible views of the city.


Overnight: Palace Hotel DAY 3


-Hippy tour around the city -Explore Monterey


Experience a hippy tour of the city to learn all about its military history. Go up into the Twin Peaks neighbourhood where the rich and famous reside, through quirky Haight Ashbury, Mission and Castro, stopping off at Dolores Park to enjoy the panoramic views and around Golden Gate Park, where interestingly, all the trees were planted by man. Next, journey to Monterey and dine at Restaurant 1833 for incredible steak.


Overnight: Portola Hotel and Spa 16 / traveltrade.visitcalifornia.co.uk


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