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Old September 4th, 2011, 10:32 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Spencer G
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Default Twin Peaks San Francisco

Later in the year I will have a 24 hour stop over in San Francisco and
as well as walking the GG bridge I would like to have a look at the
city from the Twin Peaks summit.
Is it possible to get a taxi from say Fisherman's Wharf to the summit
(in the day time)? I ask in case there are restrictions on cabs on the
peaks road.
I can manage the walk down and then use public transport back to my
hotel in Post street.
Any comments will be appreciated.
Thanks
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Old September 5th, 2011, 12:08 AM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
David Hatunen
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Default Twin Peaks San Francisco

On Sun, 04 Sep 2011 14:32:07 -0700, Spencer G wrote:

Later in the year I will have a 24 hour stop over in San Francisco and
as well as walking the GG bridge I would like to have a look at the city
from the Twin Peaks summit.
Is it possible to get a taxi from say Fisherman's Wharf to the summit
(in the day time)? I ask in case there are restrictions on cabs on the
peaks road.
I can manage the walk down and then use public transport back to my
hotel in Post street.


I don't reckon there would be any problem, but you could probably save a
bunch of money by taking the Metro to Forest Hill Station and grabbing a
cab there.

The number 37 bus passes within a short, but steep block of the loop
drive on Twin Peaks, but I don't know if the schedule would work out. It
starts at Castro Street Metro station (one of the more interesting San
Francisco neighborhoods). Of course, all the neighborhoods are
interesting.

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