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Things to do in San Francisco – Ride a Cable-Car

Lynn Vella June 9, 2016

San Francisco is known for some of the steepest and most hilly streets in the country.  It is one of the few places in the world people can ride on a national historic landmark.   Of the 23 original cable car lines, only 3 remain.  Make sure to hop on a historic cable car when you’re in town.  Cable cars run roughly every 6-15 minutes and run until 11:20 PM.  A single ride costs $7, and a day pass costs $20.   Children under 4 ride free.  On your visit, hop on the Powell/Hide Line and stop by our community located at 1000 Chestnut Street.  There you can view our Jr. 1×1, 1 x1, 2×2, and 3×2 bedroom apartment homes.  Only one block up, you can visit Lombard Street, (called the world’s crookedest street), up a hill so high you can see the island of Alcatraz, all the way to the end near Ghirardelli Square where you can visit the famous chocolate store after which the square is named.



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