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Having A ....C... Day

I was writting down my list of things to do on our day 4 in San Francisco, and realised that what I have written started with a C.

Cable Car Museum

Chinatown

Castro Area

Either have lunch in Chinatown or in the Castro Area....I want to go and see if the naked man sitting outside a cafe with the newpaper over his u know what is still there....hahaha

Not sure as to what order we will do these, but is there anything else we can do on the same day that starts with the letter ....C....

All to be done using the Muni system

Many thanks once again

:)

Karen

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Cole Valley -- zazie is great for a meal as is the Ice Cream Bar and the floats and tinctures used in their floats and cream sodas

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Coit Tower

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The Cliff House.

Cowgirl Creamery at the Ferry Building (sneaky way of getting that into your intinerary).

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Creepy Cemeterys in Colma

Clueless Clowns in Civic Center(City Hall)

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Thanks for the suggestions.

@ SFNATIV, I thought Clueless Clowns was a show, until I goggled it, then realised you took the P..... out of me.....very funny...you got me a good one :)

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California Academy of Sciences

Cruise the Bay

Conservatory in Golden Gate Park

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7. Re: Having A ....C... Day

SFNATIV, I don't know which is Creepier, the Colma Cemeteries or the Clueless Clowns (BTW, Silly Hall starts with an S, not a C, lol)

More things to "C, but you need to be selective because there is too much to do in one day.:

California Academy of Sciences

Conservatory of Flowers

Columbarium

California Palace of the Legion of Honor

Coastal Trail (Land's End)

(all on the west side of the City)

Cannery, The

Crissy Field

Cow Hollow

(not right next to each other, but manageably close)

Cartoon Art Museum

California Historical Society

Contemporary Jewish Museum

(all in the 600-700 blocks of Mission Street near MOMA, along with the Museum of the African Diaspora)

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I can verify that the naked guys are still hanging about (no pun intended). It was rather ironic. The last time I saw one of them he was wearing a vest. Really? You decide you can only be encumbered by one piece of clothing and you choose a vest over pants?

I get that they are demonstrating their right to be nude at will - but all they really do is hang around that corner of Market Street. It's like a pointless exercise. And I so never want to sit in any of those pubic chairs!

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Watch Cross Country races in Golden Gate Park--Sept & November.

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10. Re: Having A ....C... Day

How about our favorite California Institution and a transplant chain from SoCal the world famous Cheesecake Factory in Union Square with a 1000 calories in each bite and Tums thrown in for free with every meal