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What to Do in SFOMost of us cringe when we encounter a flight delay. Unless that delay happens to be at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), which has quickly become a destination in its own right. The question of what to do in SFO is almost endless, with travellers taking full advantage of one of the most innovative airports in the country.

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Serious readers may be aware of the city's central role in the Beat movement of the 1950s and early 1960s, a time that saw San Francisco's literary elite challenge tried forms and conventions through the power of their words. The spirit of those rebellious, daring times lives on today in several spots throughout the city.

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Bay Area Biking

by BrianBerusch October - last edited October

Bay Area Biking

It’s one thing to have boots on the ground, but rubber on the road is oh so much better. Visitors to San Francisco and Northern California’s greater Bay Area benefit from “off” seasons; opening up possibilities that are less than typical in other U.S. destinations. Here’s how to get the best out of Bay Area biking.

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Toast Bars: Trendspotting in San Francisco

by Aislyn August - last edited August

Toast Bars: Trendspotting in San Francisco

Mildly controversial and wildly delicious, San Francisco’s toast boom is quite possibly the best thing since sliced bread. Here are some of the best toast bars to try next time you’re in town.

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Hit the Surf in San Francisco

Just about seven-and-a-half miles from downtown San Francisco the city meets the Pacific Ocean. Waves rush the shore, joggers run the Coastal Trail, and those looking to hit the surf in San Francisco navigate dunes and wander across the Great Pacific Highway to Ocean Beach. Welcome to Surfrancisco.

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Planning a trip to San Francisco? If your interests span the cultural and the culinary, an exploration of the city's Chinese heritage is a must. Fortunately for us we have May Chong – a London-based food and travel blogger who writes at Eat Cook Explore – on hand as our guide.

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