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Like many of its inhabitants, San Francisco has a very distinct character. From Nob Hill to the Castro, and from Fisherman’s Wharf to Haight-Ashbury, this 7-by-7 mile stretch of land has over 100 nabes. Historically known for such landmarks as Coit Tower and Lombard Street, the San Francisco metro area stretches out into the Peninsula to the south, East Bay to the east, Marin County to the North, and beyond.  San Francisco , Neighborhood Reviews Travel & Trips

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  • Fisherman’s Wharf

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    Nestled beneath vibrant North Beach, Fisherman's Wharf is proud home to many of the city’s most popular attractions and a must-do on the itinerary of any SF visitor. The seals of Pier 39, the famous chocolate of Ghiradelli Square, and the freshest seafood around

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  • Inner Richmond

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    Stretching westward toward the ocean, Inner Richmond is a nabe where a laid back vibe fosters comfortable city living. Small stucco homes typify the property here where fog cools off residents year-round. The business center stretches along Clement Street where crowds flock to the

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  • Parkside

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    Often considered part of the Sunset District, Parkside has re-emerged as a distinct nabe, becoming a highly sought after locale. With Ocean Beach, Sigmund Stern Grove, Pine Lake Park and Fleishhacker Zoo nearby, there is no shortage of recreation options for residents. The L-Taraval

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  • Westwood Highlands

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    Westwood Highlands is a small residential nabe where residents take pride in maintaining a low key profile. Street names like Brentwood and Hazelwood welcome visitors to the nabe, as do a few obscure wrought-iron border signs. Otherwise, the nabe remains purposefully obscure while boasting

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  • Merced Manor

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    Sandwiched between Sigmund Stern Grove and Lake Merced, Merced Manor is a tiny nabe lined with stately homes. Single family detached houses typify the property here, where front and back yards lend a suburban appeal to the nabe. Street parking is easy and most streets are lined with back

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  • how to choose best walking shoes

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    Tips for Choosing the Right Walking Shoes for You
    Walking is one of the easiest ways to get back on the road to fitness. All you need is some time and the right kind of walking shoes. Now that you’ve carved out room on your schedule for a 30-minute walk …

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  • Ingleside Heights

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    Ingleside Heights, sitting at the border of San Francisco and Daly City, feels a lot like Merced Heights next door. Filled with rows and rows of modest homes stretching across the hills, the Ingleside Heights community has an active spirit. The Daly City BART

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  • Fillmore

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    Fillmore is a nabe of many names. It’s also commonly known as the Fillmore District, The Fillmore, The Fill, The Moe, and Fillmoe. No matter which variation you pick, this nabe is historically famous for excelling at entertaining. With everything from full-scale concerts, to jazz clubs, to karaoke bars,

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  • Duboce Triangle

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    Situated at the center of several happening nabes, Duboce Triangle is a residential nabe where iconic Victorians stand tall along its attractive streets. With no central shopping zone of its own, residents can choose from the amenities of the Castro, the Lower Haight or

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  • Tenderloin

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    Many of the Tenderloin's old hotels and apartment buildings, dating back to the years just after the 1906 earthquake, symbolize the faded beauty of a nabe that seems arrested in decay. In recent years, as neighboring Lower Nob Hill has become more trendy, gentrification

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  • Inner Parkside

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    Known for its well-maintained homes and tidy streets, Inner Parkside offers up an attractive slice of San Francisco living. Blanketed by the fog of southwestern San Francisco, Inner Parkside is characterized by single-family homes with a suburban appeal. Nineteenth Avenue marks its western border,

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  • Glen Park

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    Glen Park is a San Francisco gem that exudes a small village charm from the center of the city. Surrounded by hills, cozy Glen Park is home to an abundance of well-maintained real estate and long term residents. The thriving business center around Chenery

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  • Lake Shore

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    Lake Shore is an attractive nabe made up of large homes along quiet, tidy streets. Situated around Lake Merced and with the Pacific just minutes away, only a fraction of the nabe is residential–the rest is dedicated to open park and recreation space. Sloat Avenue marks its northern boundary

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  • Civic Center

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    San Francisco's Civic Center, most well known for the impressive gold leafed dome of San Francisco's City Hall, is the seat of the local government. Civic Center Plaza sits at its core, surrounded on all sides by classic Beaux-Arts style architecture housing and some

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  • Balboa Terrace

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    Balboa Terrace is a small upscale nabe at the intersection of Junipero Serra and St. Francis Boulevards in southern San Francisco. Although strictly residential in nature, nearby Stonestown Galleria and West Portal Avenue provide convenient shopping and dining options. The nabe is made up

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  • Presidio Terrace

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    Created after the 1906 earthquake and subsequent fire, Presidio Terrace is an exclusive gated community located off Arguello Boulevard just south of thePresidio. A small nabe of grand mansions situated around a circular street, Presidio Heights houses some of the city’s largest houses. Beaux-Arts, Mission Revival and Tudor Revival

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  • Polk Gulch

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    Half seedy and half chic, Polk Gulch is a distinct nabe that buzzes day and night. Mainly commercial in nature, the nabe is centered around Polk Street with its northern end being far more upscale than its southern reaches. Wine bars and boutiques

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  • The Castro

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    The Castro is a vibrant and trendy nabe cradled by the Eureka Valley. Liberally minded activism has long nurtured a cohesive community identity in the Castro. Beautifully maintained Victorians line its residential streets and the Castro theatre with its neon marquee stands as the

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  • Outer Richmond

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    The weather changes quickly in Outer Richmond, where fog rolls in and out and sun shines sporadically. With Ocean Beach within walking distance, the nabe has an undeniably laid back vibe. Outer Richmond also has no shortage of green space–it sits in between Lincoln and Golden Gate Parks. A

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  • Best Travel Backpack – How to Choose the Best Travel Backpack

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    People may have different ways of determining what is essential in a travel backpack. While some travelers look for aesthetics, capacity and comfort may be important for others. Here are several features to look for when selecting the best travel backpack.

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    Choosing the right backpack size depends …

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  • Excelsior

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    The Excelsior is a diverse part of town with a unique fusion of cultures, similar to its southern neighbor,Crocker-Amazon. Low-key dining options line its commercial corridors, along with liquor stores and mom and pop-shops.

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  • Merced Heights

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    Merced Heights, tucked into the southern edge of San Francisco off of Junipero Serra Boulevard, is a small residential nabe similar to neighboring Ingleside Heights. Homes in this hillside community are modest in size and resemble homes found in neighboring Daly City more than those in central San Francisco.

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  • Western Addition

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    Sitting between the Haight-Ashbury and Japantown, this nabe is as replete with historic Victorians—it was one of the few parts of the city that survived the fires that followed the 1906 earthquake. Established as an addition of the city west of Van Ness Avenue,

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  • Mount Davidson Manor

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    Named for the highest natural point in San Francisco, Mount Davidson Manor is a small nabe of winding streets and impressive homes. Bounded by Monterey Boulevard and Ocean Avenue and wedged betweenBalboa Terrace and Westwood Park, Mount Davidson Manor is a nabe that often

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  • Crocker

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    Crocker is a sleepy nabe that straddles the border of San Francisco and Daly City. The nabe, most well known for its signature rows of mid-century homes, borders the Outer Mission and Crocker-Amazon in San Francisco and San Bruno Mountain State Park on the Daly City side. Crocker blends

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  • Noe Valley

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    San Francisco living doesn’t get much better than life in Noe Valley where the sun almost always shines and the Victorians along the tree lined streets steal the show. Recently, Noe Valley has become a highly sought after locale to newcomers attracted to its

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  • Outer Mission

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    Although the name suggests otherwise, the Outer Mission is not on the outskirts of the Mission, but skirts the border of Daly City and Oceanview in southern San Francisco. Bounded by Alemany Boulevard and Mission Street, the Outer Mission has a distinct look and feel. Attached single-family homes dominate

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  • Golden Gate Heights

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    Golden Gate Heights' small windy streets, massive retaining walls, and network of towering staircases characterize this nabe. At the top of the northern side sits Grand Park View, where locals funded and designed a beloved staircase decorated in ornate mosaic–rock on, local art! Often

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  • Dogpatch

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    A nabe primarily left untouched when the rest of the city underwent rapid change, Dogpatch has changed to its own tune. Once an isolated urban blight of warehouses and factories, the biotech development in nearby Mission Bay has brought attention to this unique piece

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