Explore San Francisco with the Hyatt Passport

Hyatt’s new “Explore San Francisco” package, features four hotels and unlimited use on all of cable cars, historic streetcars, busses and those famous trolleys.


Get ready for the 34th America’s Cup in San Francisco

Oracle Team AC45 boats streaking toward San Francisco

The excitement is already building in San Francisco among sailors, spectators and sports enthusiasts of all stripes in anticipation of the America’s Cup finals to be held two years from now on September 7-22, 2013 on San Francisco Bay.


Coit Tower provides photo op and art appreciation in San Francisco

Coit Tower is a beloved landmark in San Francisco, a 210 foot cylindrical tower that sits atop Telegraph Hill. Every local knows that the eccentric socialite Lillie Coit, who funded the building of the tower through her will after her death, was an avid supporter of San Francisco Firefighters.


San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts and Exploratorium

Palace of Fine Arts

The Palace of Fine Arts, with its peaceful lagoon set against the dramatic backdrop of Roman arches, evokes images of classical European architecture, while the Exploratorium juxtaposes scientific exploration against the artistic milieu of the Palace.


The Golden Gate Bridge, symbol of San Francisco

The most iconic symbol of San Francisco, the elegant Golden Gate Bridge, still makes my heart swell with pride whenever I cross it.


Rolling by San Francisco Bay

Segways in San Francisco

People stare as we pass by on our Segways, the two-wheeled gyroscope-balanced devices rolling on streets around Fisherman’s Wharf. They are curious about these strange-looking vehicles, and we feel like tourist attractions instead of tourists.