The scenic drive goes through the most beautiful areas of San Francisco. I’ve never done it, so I can’t say how long it would take. Here’s a link to more details on Wikipedia.http://mappery.com/map-name/San-Francisco-Neighborhood-Map

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Take a tour boat from Fisherman’s Wharf and check out the sea lions of Pier 39 on the way over. Make sure you buy your tickets in advance though, they sell out pretty quickly. Some tours offer audio, I recommend add that on.http://www.alcatraztickets.com/tours/tourType.cfm?ttid2=83

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Six Flags Marine World. Other amusement parks and such. There are a few parks with coasters, but nothing compares to Cedar Point.http://www.sfbayfun.com/index.html

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Hang out, check out the scenery. The drive from Stinson Beach out to the Point Reyes Lighthouse (out by Drakes Beach) is beautiful. The beaches in Northern California are usually pretty cold though, so don’t expect to swim!http://www.stinsonbeachonline.com

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A small beach town with seafood, beaches, great scenery. About 1-2 hours south of the bay area.http://www.bigsurcalifornia.org/

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Shakespeare in the summer time. I’ve heard the plays are quite good.http://www.calshakes.org/

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A swanky, well-off beach city with seafood, great scenery, art. Very cute and quaint little city. About 1-2 hours south of the bay area.http://www.carmelcalifornia.org/

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Fort Mason is at the end of the piers in the northern most part of San Francisco. There you will find many activities for all ages and of all interests. Mapperyhttp://www.fortmason.org/

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If you head over to Muir Woods or Wine Country you’ll cross the bridge. You can also check it out from the Presidio.http://www.goldengatebridge.org/

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At the park you will find a gorgeous flower conservatory, Japanese Tea Garden, and, surprisingly, some buffalo right in the middle! Great place for a picnic or nice long walk. The park ends on the west side at Ocean Beach. Mapperyhttp://tinyurl.com/4v9o8

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