Feb 25

Ocean Beach San Francisco is a great place to go if you enjoy spending time outdoors, and are looking for a place to get away from the crowds. Stretching roughly 3.5 miles along the west end of the city. Even San Francisco residents, who live on the other side of town, don’t often make their way out here.

That’s because the west side of town has a reputation for always being foggy. Although that’s mostly true in the summer, for the rest of the year the weather is pretty much the same as anywhere else in the city.

Ocean Beach San Francisco is popular among locals for all kinds of outdoor activities, including surfing, kite surfing, kite flying, walking, bonfires, watching the sunset, and hanging out with your dog to name a few.

Stay at the Adante Hotel in San Francisco, just around the corner from Union Square when you enjoy Ocean Beach San Francisco.

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Feb 18

Angel Island San Francisco was built by the U. S. Army in 1863. Camp Reynolds is the oldest permanent settlement on the Island, and today it is one of the best conserved groups of Civil War military buildings in the country. Angel Island is occasionally called the “Ellis Island of the West” because of its history.

Between 1910 and 1930, millions of new immigrants were processed before beginning their lives in America. Many Chinese immigrants were apprehended on Angel Island San Francisco for long periods of time because of exclusion policies. Out of frustration, many of them carved poems into the barracks walls, which are still visible today.

Hours: The state park on Angel Island is open daily. The cafe and bike rentals are open and tram tours run daily from April through October. Daily tour schedule varies the rest of the year.

Reservations: Is not required, but advance ferry tickets should be done on weekends and in summers.

Cost: Ferry tickets include Day-use fee.

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Feb 11

The Bottom of the Hill San Francisco is a popular live music concert venue located in San Francisco at Potrero Hill district. It is the venue that is bestowing awesome bands & fantastic performances since 1991. It is one of the most active places all year around in the city holding shows seven nights a week.

Bottom of the Hill San Francisco features a bar, kitchen, courtyard and stage, covering all supports for a great night out for local or any visitors. Moreover, it welcomes acts from all surroundings and out of countryside, up and coming acts, previously well-known worldwide acts playing folk, rock, pop, alternative and more. The club is also available for personal parties, platforms and other events.

It is just a few miles away from the Adante Hotel at Union Square in San Francisco. Book directly on the Hotel’s Website for the lowest possible rates: http://www.adantehotel.com/reservations

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Feb 04

The Asian Art Museum San Francisco is the largest and one of the finest museums in the western world devoted to Asian art and Culture which exceptionally lead to diverse, global viewers in ascertaining the unique materials, aesthetics and intellectual triumphs. Approx 18,000 works of art and artifacts from all major Asian countries and traditions, some of are 6,000 years old. Evening series also held that includes musical performances and cocktails.

Hours:
Tues–Sun, 10 AM–5 PM, Thurs, 10 AM–9 PM, Monday: Closed

Admission:
Adults $12,
Seniors, University Students, Youths: $8
Children 12 & under: free

Throughout the year, the Asian Art Museum San Francisco offers family programs, performances and lectures. It is just a few blocks away from the Adante Hotel at Union Square in San Francisco. Book directly on the Hotel’s Website for the lowest possible rates: http://www.adantehotel.com/reservations

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