A famous tourist attraction in the city is the "Hop On Hop Off" tour, which is basically a city tour on a double-decked bus. You simply buy tickets for the city tour, hop on the bus (and I suggest you ride on the top deck, but make sure you're all wrapped up because it can get quite freezing!), and hop off anywhere you'd like; whether it's in Sausalito where you want to enjoy a relaxing view, in Pier 39 for some heartwarming clam chowder on sourbread bowl, in the city's Chinatown for some exquisite Eastern delicacies, etc. It's your choice!
When I was on that tour, there were two landmarks that particularly caught my attention: The San Francisco City Hall & the St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. There's something about the architecture of the buildings here that I really love. The architecture of both landmarks are briliant and I couldn't resist taking a few shots!
To spread the wanderlust, I'm sharing some shots of the landmarks with you. I'm no professional photographer but I hope you'll like this!
P.S. If you know what kind of architecture the city has, please let me know! A little tutorial on architecture wouldn't hurt!
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