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Landmarks: "Sam's Castle"

South of the city of San Francisco lies the town of Pacifica; a quaint, peaceful getaway from the city-paced lifestyle. The town harbors the Pacific Ocean, homing fishing docks and beaches along with various family-owned shops, boutiques, and restaurants that add to the overall ambiance away from gentrification. 621 more words

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Landmarks: Mary Avenue Bridge

The Mary Avenue Bridge is perhaps one of the most underrated gems of the San Francisco Bay Area. Being hidden within the cuts of Cupertino crossing over Interstate 280, this bridge is the forgotten, neglected, yet upcoming sister living in the shadows of the other more well-renowned and celebrated Bay Area bridges. 281 more words

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Parks: Alviso Marina County Park

A door, a porch, and a multitude of house structures wandered aimlessly around the park as the sun bid them farewell, eclipsing their uncanny existences. To see this spectacle is to visit the “Alviso Marina County Park” located on the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay. 159 more words

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Landmarks: "Sutro Baths & Camera Obscura"

Feeling dirty? Head to the Sutro Baths for a cleanse…spiritual cleanse that is. It’s been over 50 years now since the pool establishment was in business, today standing as archaic ruins from what was left of its physical destruction. 354 more words

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Parks: "Coyote Point"

“Sitting on the dock of the bay, watching the tide roll away” is literally how I passed time last Thursday afternoon at Coyote Point. Coyote Point provides a multitude of activities to partake in depending on your mood ranging from walking, running, or biking on the Bay Trail or Bluff Trail, shooting at the rifle range, camping in the recreation area, observing native wildlife at Coyote Point’s hybrid museum and zoo “CuriOdyssey”, and boat watching or riding (if you own your own boat) at the Yacht Harbor. 779 more words

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Landmarks: "The Albany Bulb"

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” is all I thought as I navigated through the intriguing yet bizarre Albany Bulb. The Albany Bulb itself is a landfill, composing slabs of concrete, brick, and the odds and ends of undesirable and/or unwanted materials transformed into both a park and outdoor art exhibit. 659 more words

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Landmarks: "The Big C"

I think at some point in time as kids, we all dreamed of jumping on a tree-swing that soars over the edge of a cliff…or nightmared if you’re afraid of heights and/or swings. 519 more words

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