1. Palace of Fine Arts
The Pantheon, a meeting place of Gods and men of the Old World. The Western world has always been fascinated with societies of eld, seeking to tap into the wisdom of civilizations come and gone. The Palace of Fine Arts is a testament to this deep yearning to explore the ruins of a forgotten land.
2. Legion of Honor
Every culture has a way of remembering their champions. Some write their heroes into folk tales, preserving their memory through oral tradition while others name buildings, rivers, mountains, and cities for their dearly departed. Standing atop a mighty hill, the Legion of Honor stands tall like a beacon in the night. Champions through the ages, transcending borders of country, language, and time.
3. Sutro Baths
Pools of algae and still water choke the pools of Sutro Baths. What began as a rich man’s attempt to create luxury living is now a tourist attraction for adventure seekers. Caves, tunnels, and ruins harken back to a simpler time, when the elite could take a train ride to baths by the ocean.
5. Art Institute Rooftop
As we grow older, we lose our sense of adventure. The purpose of the arts are to fight back against this. We dare to be brave, we dare to be bold, we dare to adventure again. This is a city of risk takers, a city of people who challenge the status quo. A life lived without creative arts is a live not yet lived.
4. Batteries to Bluffs Trail
Like the subject of a Caspar David Friedrich, one finds oneself at the edge of the void. What path lies before us? If we were to sail out to sea, what would we find? A mysterious land, shrouded in fog, with a massive golden bridge, calling us home.
6. Grandview Park
From Pacifica to the mission, Grand View park gives you the view of twin peaks without the crowd. A celestial staircase guides the way to one of the greatest overlooks in the city. Legend has it that if you stay perfectly still, the pixies will come out to dance and play.
7. Lover's Lane
Solitude is a rare luxury in the city. Hidden away in a grove of trees on the edge of town is Lover's Lane. A retreat for all couples seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle. Now won't you take my hand and take a walk with me my dear?
8. Land's End Trail
The marginal world, where sea meets shore, earth meets water, this is Land’s End. A forest of ancient trees stand in defiance of the ocean and its ever approaching reach. In a battle as old as time itself, the mists seem to hold time still.
9. Conservatory of Flowers
From desert flowers, tropical trees, a symposium of butterflies, and everything in between the Conservatory of Flowers has something for everyone. Every door a portal to another region of the world, this conservatory whets our appetites for travel.
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