The Unofficial Guide(R) to San Francisco , 4th Editionby Joe Surkiewicz, Richard Sterling, Michelle Fama
The Unofficial Guides® are the Consumer Reports of travel guides, offering candid evaluations of their destinations' attractions, hotels, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, sports, and more, all rated and ranked by a team of unbiased inspectors so even the most compulsive planners can be sure they're spending their time and money wisely. Each guide addresses the… See more details below
The Unofficial Guides® are the Consumer Reports of travel guides, offering candid evaluations of their destinations' attractions, hotels, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, sports, and more, all rated and ranked by a team of unbiased inspectors so even the most compulsive planners can be sure they're spending their time and money wisely. Each guide addresses the needs of everyone from families to business travelers, with handy charts that demonstrate how each place stacks up against the competition. Plus, all the details are pulled out so they're extremely easy to scan.
The City by the Bay is home to dozens of world-class hotels and hundreds of restaurants and attractions. The Unofficial Guide® to San Francisco will help you make sense of it all, covering all the city sights plus highlights of the Wine Country. From dim sum to hotel bargains, it's all at your fingertips, with easy-to-use ratings and honest advice.
The Top 5 Ways The Unofficial Guide® to San Francisco Can Help You Have the Perfect Trip:
- The straight truth on all the attractions, from Alcatraz to the Golden Gate Bridge, plus driving and walking tours of San Francisco’s top neighborhoods
- Hotels, motels, and inns ranked and rated for value and quality--plus proven strategies for getting the best prices
- Detailed restaurant reviews, including the best of Chinatown
- The inside story on San Francisco’s shopping scene
- How to plan and get the most out of your business or convention trip
Meet the Author
Joe Surkiewicz has co-authored five titles in the Unofficial Guides series and written two guides to the best places to ride a mountain bike in the Mid-Atlantic states. Joe is communications director at the Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland. He lives in Baltimore with his best friend and counselor, Ann Lembo. When not traveling or bicycling, they enjoy evenings curled up on the sofa with their black-and-white feline companions, Molly and Trixie, to watch black-and-white movies starring 1930s film divas Kay Francis, Norma Shearer, and Miriam Hopkins.
Richard Sterling wrote our sections on dining, nightlife, trips beyond the Bay Area, and shopping. He is an author of and contributor to numerous cookbooks and guidebooks covering California, Latin America, and Asia. Richard is well known in the Bay Area for his varied and eclectic accomplishments.
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