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San Francisco, CA

San Francisco is a diverse city founded in the mid-1800s.  Through the years the city has seen many changes from the development of Golden Gate Park in the 1890s to the 1906 earthquake to the 1960s hippie movement.  You can see the marks these events have left throughout the city. Despite the hills, San Francisco has developed a large running community with the weather allowing races at all times of the year.  Along with races, San Francisco always has a variety of events and activities going on that are worth checking out while in town, to get a real local feel for the city.  Check out the link below for a calendar of free stuff going on around the city:

San Francisco Free (or Cheap) Stuff to Do Calendar

Other San Francisco Websites:

San Francisco Running

Dolphin South End Running Club

San Francisco Marathon

Nike Women’s Marathon

US Half Marathon

SF Kaiser Permanente Half Marathon

SF Bay to Breakers

San Francisco Things to Do

San Francisco Fine Arts Museums

Pier 39

Golden Gate Park

San Francisco Arts

San Francisco City Guides

San Francisco Resources

SF Public Transit

– Check or call 511 and say ‘Departure Times’ for the next departure time

Finding a cab in SF

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  1. Laura Podolak permalink
    March 16, 2010 11:47 AM

    My friend and I ran with Erin this morning on a 4-mile training run. It was great! We learned a lot about the nearby neighborhoods and Golden Gate Park. Erin is fun, knowledgeable and a great runner. Next time you’re in town and want a tour; or just want to spice up your workout routine by learning more about your own neighborhood, book a tour! You won’t regret it.

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