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South San Francisco, CA 94080
- Aquarium of the Bay
This $38-million, 1-million-gallon marine attraction at Pier 39 is filled with sharks, stingrays, and other sea creatures that visitors can get up close and personal with via touch tanks and clear acrylic tunnels that you pass through on a people-mover. (Being here during an earthquake would be really interesting.) Although the tunnel is an engineering marvel, the overall experience pales in comparison to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, but the kids sure seem to get a kick out of all the fish swimming above and around them. Learn more...
- Alcatraz Island
Visible from Fisherman's Wharf, Alcatraz Island (also known as the Rock) has seen a checkered history. In 1775, Juan Manuel Ayala was the first European to discover it. He named it after the many alcatraces, or pelicans that nested on the island. From the 1850s to 1933, it served as a military fortress, protecting the bay's shoreline, as well as a military prison. In 1934, the government converted the buildings of the military outpost into a maximum-security civilian penitentiary. Given the sheer cliffs, treacherous tides and currents, and frigid water temperatures, it was believed to be totally escape-proof. Learn more...
- Cable Cars
Although they may not be San Francisco's most practical means of transportation, cable cars are certainly the best loved and are a must-experience when visiting the city. Designated official moving historic landmarks by the National Park Service in 1964, they clank up and down the city's steep hills like mobile museum pieces, tirelessly hauling thousands of tourists each day to Fisherman's Wharf at the brisk pace of 9 miles per hour. Learn more...
- Fishermans Wharf
Few cities in America are as adept at wholesaling their historical sites as San Francisco, which has converted Fisherman's Wharf into one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. Unless you come early in the morning to watch the few remaining fishing boats depart, you won't find many traces of the traditional waterfront life that once existed here. Learn more...
"I learned more at this one conference than I have in many conferences combined..."Tom SnyderSenior Sales Advisor & Co-Founder, Team Visibility
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and implement immediately."Kristin SeastrandInstron Account Rep
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"It was great opportunity to meet other Sales professionals and share "war" stories.
I learned a ton..."Dan StaplesInside Sales Manager, Imation
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