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Golden Gate Bridge - San Francisco Fire Engine tour
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You can read more about San Francisco Fire Engine Tours here: www.fireenginetours.com This is a fantastic way to see San Francisco! They might make you sing, so be prepared ;-) From their website: Golden Gate Bridge/Presidio/Sausalito Tour This is an adventure you will always remember. Leaving Fisherman's Wharf we go through the Presidio, to Fort Point at the base of The Bridge and over the Golden Gate Bridge. On to Sausalito, a jewel of a village with magnificent views of San Francisco across the Bay. Next, a photo stop at Fort Baker and then back over the bridge, through the lovely Union Street neighborhood and returning to the Cannery. Tours depart from The Cannery at Fisherman's Wharf located on Beach Street at the foot of Columbus Avenue. Easy to reach by the Hyde Street Cable Car or the "F" Line vintage trolleys. Click here for a location map. Parking Garage located directly across the street (can not accommodate oversize vehicles). Advance reservations by telephone, e-mail, or fax necessary as seating is limited. Credit card required to guarantee reservation. (include expiration date) Please include name of hotel, date of arrival, & or local /cell phone number. Tours depart daily (except Tuesday). Daily tours depart at 1:00. Tours at 11:00, 3:00 & 5:00 are added on certain days. Telephone: (415) 333-7077

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Tags: city; drive; streetview; skyline; tour; mack; fire truck; sv07
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