In my usual style of heading out on another trip before managing to blog my previous one, we are planning on going to San Francisco for Labor Day weekend. There’s so much to see and do in and around the town, but I’d love to have some input about how we should spend our time. We are using reward points to stay at a Hilton, so our choices are Union Square, the Financial District or a few block from Fisherman’s Wharf. Any tips on these areas?
The first stop will obviously be a baseball game at AT&T Field. We’re not doing both stadiums on this trip, so another trip to this region will be on the scheduler for next year.
Current plans have us arriving Thursday night & then taking a stadium/city tour on Friday at noon before catching a game that night. What can we do Friday morning for a few hours? Maybe checkout Fisherman’s Wharf? We will have all day Sunday to explore the town also- maybe doing an Alcatraz night tour or enjoying some of the scenery around town.
Although we’ve been to a few wineries in Santa Barbara & many around Texas, hubby has been dying to go to Napa and/or Sonoma. I think we are just going to do a day-trip to one of the regions and perhaps spend more time there on our next trip.
Any thoughts on which region we should go for? Any good tour guide recommendations or drivers? Any must-see wineries? I’d love any and all San Francisco tips about tours or restaurants!
GOOD NEWS OF THE DAY: Hopefully booking our airfare and baseball tickets tonight.