Adam Kaupert San Francisco, California Travel blog

Greetings everyone, it’s Adam Kaupert here checking in with you this time from San Francisco California or the city by the bay. I absolutely love San Francisco, besides NewYork and Chicago it is one of my favorite places in the UnitedStates. The history here is amazing ad it’s always exciting to see what this liberal leaning city will come up to next to maintain its standing as one of the most progressive cities around. If you’ll be visiting San Francisco anytime soon make sure to check out this Adam Kaupert travel blog approved link to aterrific San Francisco travel blog:

http://www.nomadicmatt.com/travel-blogs/spend-three-days-touring-san-francisco/

Between the awesome views of the pacific and places like fisherman’s wharf and Alcatraz to visit it’s no wonder San Francisco is one of the United states biggest cities and largesttourist destinations. From the happening Castro district to North Bay and Sausalito there really is something for everyone in San Francisco

Adam Kaupert visits the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz

The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most ubiquitous attractions in San Francisco. Aside from maybe Alcatraz or the Sutro baths it is one of the most visited tourist spots in the Bay area and for good reason. The Golden Gate Bridge is not only a real engineering feat but a gorgeous photo opportunity from almost any angle. Alcatraz is a short distance across the bay and can be reached by ferry from Fisherman’s wharf. The wharf is pretty touristy so I did not spend much time there but food including fresh caught seafood is available there if you can’t wait to sample some of San Francisco’s finest cuisine which is among the best available anywhere in the country. Alcatraz was shut down in the seventies but remains a bustling attraction today, offering tours daily. It is free to visit the island but the ferry ride will cost you. Adam Kaupert pro tip: Arrive early if you want to ensure your spot, it gets really busy in the summer! While researching this trip I came across some awesome websites and travel blogs. Here is an Adam Kaupert scam production approved SanFrancisco travel blog:

http://theblondeabroad.com/2016/01/12/the-ultimate-guide-to-san-francisco-in-a-weekend/

Once home to some of the most notorious criminals in the United States including Al Capone and George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Alcatraz is a reminder of our country’sillustrious criminal past literally at one point housing the worst of the worst. After arriving back onthe mainland make sure to check out Ghirardelli square where there is a ton of stuff to including performers and various souvenirs for sale.

Adam Kaupert takes a Cable car Ride to hang out in the Mission District

            San Francisco’s Mission District is one of the hippest neighborhoods you’re going to find anywhere in San Francisco. The Mission offers lots of eye candy as there seem to be colorful murals around every corner. Aside from the local characters, there are so many cool shops in the Mission, you could spend all day shopping here and trying some of the awesome bakeries and cafes that are strewn throughout the mission’s streets. The Author Dave Eggers has a really cool shop here well worth visiting and maybe picking up some unique gifts while there.

The Pirate Supply Store

826 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Open 12–6PM         

(415) 642-5905

This is a link to a great San Francisco travel blog that is definitely Adam Kaupert approved:

https://ordinarytraveler.com/san-francisco-travel-guide

On Market Streetyou can catch one of San Fran’s famous cable cars. They can take you to various parts of the city for a nominal fee. Be careful though, while you can jump on and off at willyou’ll want to watch your step upon disembarking the cable cars.

 

Adam Kaupert tries some cutting edge Cuisine at Nopa

This unique Californian eatery is one of the most buzzed about restaurants on the west coast. California prides itself on its cuisine so that is saying a lot! Nopa is kind of pricey but worth it for some of the freshest locally sourced recipes around. While I came for dinner I hear it is a great brunch spot as well. I had a delicious burger and the Brussel Sprouts here were unparalleled in my experience. Nopa definitely earned a place on Adam Kaupert’s best west coast restaurants list.

Nopa San Francisco

 560 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117

6PM–12AM

Phone: (415) 864-8643

www.nopasf.com

 

Adam Kaupert stays at The St. Regis San Francisco

Since I have been on kind of a roll with my Adam Kaupert tour of the world’s best luxury hotels, I decided to book my accommodations at the St. Regis San Francisco. I was not let down. The amenities were everything that you’d expect from a five start accommodation and the staff left no detail go unnoticed here. The infinity pool was amazing and the coolest thing about it was that it was indoors. It was a great respite from the urban hustle and bustle just a few floors below me. It is equipped with chairs and the lighting is such that it really makes for a great lounge atmosphere. I will definitely be back to the St. Regis next time I am in San Francisco.

The St. Regis San Francisco

 (415) 864-8643

125 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94103

 (415) 284-4000

http://www.stregissanfrancisco.com/?EM=EM_aa_Google_My_Business_SR_1511_NAD_FM&SWAQ=94Z116

I’ve come to expect nothing less than glamour and excitement from San Francisco. Next to Chicago it is one of the most gorgeous city in the US in the opinion of the Adam Kaupert travel blog and there is something here for literally everyone. Until Next time this has been the Adam Kaupert travel blog signing off!

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