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Pick up any guidebook or the Where San Francisco magazine to see
what's on; you'll find a host of things to see and do. And
don't forget to tap into the know-how of your hotel concierge; the Pan
Pacific staff recommends calling before you arrive for a shot at securing
hard-to-get dinner reservations or theater tickets.
A car is a liability in San Francisco. Traffic, the expense and hassle of
parking (especially on the steep hills), and the price of gas (it was more than
$2.20/gallon in March, 2000) made walking and using public transportation extremely
attractive. We rode the buses, trolleys, taxis, and the BART everywhere. Hints:
your bus ticket is good for a round trip or transfer; save the stub. BART
tickets are like debit cards; when you buy one, put enough value on it to cover
the fares you expect to pay that day and you won't have to find change
for tickets at each station.
Here are a few sightseeing suggestions:>