Who doesn’t love the steep – both geographically and in cost – Bay Area, especially in the summertime when the skies are blue and there is just a little less fog than at the opposite end of the calendar. The best part of any city (arguably) is the green space, the fresh air that allows people to stay sane instead of feeling like the lilac describes itself in the poem. The parks in San Francisco are amazing. A few years ago my family and I went on a Duck tour of the city and the Golden Gate Park was designed by the same person that designed Central Park – no one else wanted to because of the sandy soil. Incredible!
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