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100 Things to Do in San Francisco Before You Die (100 Things to Do... Before You Die) Paperback – October 1, 2014
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Eve Batey is the co-founder of SFist.com, the proprietor of The San Francisco Appeal, and used to be a Deputy Managing Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in the Outer Sunset with her husband and a bunch of animals. Her website is evebatey.com. Patricia Corrigan is a freelance writer and editor in San Francisco who worked for twenty-three years as a newspaper reporter and has written seventeen books. She lives in Twin Peaks, close to her son, daughter-in-law and grandson. Her website is patriciacorrigan.com.
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stood at the top of Twin Peaks for a panoramic view of the city. We set off to Land’s End and found the edge of the continent.
We watched the waves on the Pacific Ocean. We walked near Crissy Field to glimpse the Golden Gate Bridge.
We stopped at the Cliff House for lunch before heading to Fort Funston for more views of the ocean. At the California Academy of Sciences, we saw rays, sharks, and Claude, the albino alligator. We browsed the historic City Lights Books in North Beach,
a place I always had wanted to visit. Then we bought tie-dyed socks at the Sockshop in Haight-Ashbury.
Reading this book reminded me of those adventures and showed me that so much more awaits me on my next visit.