By the end of the month, I’m expecting to be on a plane back to California, so the next time I see someone dressed in the street clothes and carrying a box of pizzas, I can only hope they’re not from my city.
So, if you’re one of the lucky few who made it to San Francisco and are planning on visiting, here’s what you need to know before heading to town.1.
It’s Not a Long TripIf you’re planning on spending a few weeks or even a few months in San Francisco, you’ll need to make sure you have a way to get around, both physically and mentally.
While it may be convenient to take public transportation to the airport, it’s not always an option, especially if you have to take a taxi.
You’ll need a bicycle or skateboard, and you may also need a taxi for longer trips.
Here’s what I recommend:The best way to avoid the hassle of the airport is to take the subway.
While there are multiple lines, the lines run on a loop, which is a great way to make a quick connection.
You can also get a map from the subway and then take a bus.
If you’re traveling from one of those subway lines to another, check the directions to see if you can catch a different line.
The closest subway stops are in the city center, but you can also take the Blue Line to the San Francisco Airport and then the Green Line to Union Square.2.
There are Plenty of Activities to Do in San FranThe city has plenty of events and activities to keep you busy.
If it’s a festival or a performance, it can be a lot of fun.
There’s also the chance to see live music, which I’ve heard some venues will be throwing a variety of music on Friday and Saturday nights.
If the weather is nice, you can visit a movie theater, which can also be a great opportunity to meet other locals.
I’ve even heard of people having a night out at the Market Street Market.
If all of these things work out for you, you should have a lot more fun than I do.3.
There Are a LOT of Hotels in San FransiscoYou’re going to need to check in with your hotel to make certain they have the right room for you.
If they don’t, they’re going have to charge you a $5 cover charge to go check in.
It can get expensive, so make sure your budget is manageable.
If there’s a free shuttle, you may want to consider taking the subway to the city to get to your hotel.
If not, it might be a good idea to bring your own car.
If possible, bring some extra food and water for the hotel.4.
You Can Go To the MarketStreet MarketIf you want to visit the city, it should be a free and easy experience to do so.
It takes less than an hour to get there and is only about three blocks away from Union Square, so it shouldn’t take too long.
If your budget allows, you could also head to the Market’s famous “pizza-in-the-street” where you can try different pizzas and take part in live performances.5.
The City Is SmallIt’s one of my favorite places to visit in the Bay Area.
The city is so small, there are literally only about 30,000 residents and about 25,000 businesses in the entire city.
If that’s not enough to get you hooked, there’s also a number of free museums and art galleries scattered throughout the city.
If you’ve already been to San Fran and you’d like to visit some more, you might want to check out these great free events.
The San Francisco History and Art Museum offers free guided tours and free museum-style events for anyone who is new to the area.
If this is something you’re interested in, check out the San Frands Festival, which will take place from June 3 to July 31.
If nothing else, you will want to stop by the National Archives, which houses the nation’s oldest record of all time.6.
You Might Be Able to Get a Job In San FranThere are so many opportunities to make money in San Franciscas economy, so I’m not going to list them all here.
If, however, you’re a recent college graduate, it may make sense to consider the tech industry, especially in tech companies with the biggest employees.
If tech companies aren’t your thing, the local government and the local arts scene are also very well-known.
The National Guard is stationed nearby, and there’s plenty of free lodging to stay at.
It should be relatively easy to find a job in the area, and if you’ve never worked in tech before, I’d suggest you start with a job as a server at a coffee shop.