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For dinner, try the Marina District — a short walk from picturesque views of the Golden Gate Bridge. For comfort food, head to Perry’s on Union Street (perryssf.com) or for a something a little bit more up scale, A 16 (a16sf.com) on Chestnut.
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Take a cab across town to the Mission District. Whether craving a taco or burrito (Taqueria Cancun — 2288 Mission St.) or something more sweet like a crepe (Ti Couz — 3108 16th St.) the area has a variety of food and drink options.
Between April and September, there is a good chance that San Francisco’s baseball team might be town for a game. Tickets can be purchased on the Giants Web site and the beautiful ballpark is walking distance from the hotel.
Bring your walking shoes because you will be traipsing you through “The City” on an urban hike unlike any other. From rooftop gardens to the top of famous Nob Hill, the popular four mile loop is a great way to see the city.