Luscious Lobbies: Holiday Tour of the Intimate Interiors of Nob Hill & Union Square
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AJ is a fun lady with many hats and interesting facts about the lobbies and special rooms in at least 3 beautiful and grand SF hotels. The "luscious" reference is about gingerbread houses decorated for the holidays. We also went to Lefty...continued
While the weather outside is frightful, San Francisco’s most inviting interiors are decked out, cozy, and downright sumptuous.
So stay out of the cold and get the low-down of some of the City’s most recognizable landmarks. Bring your cameras and get ready to see San Francisco during the most wonderful time of the year!
This tour covers the general history of the City, focussing on a handful of specific hotels, bars, and businesses. You’ll learn about the important events that shaped San Francisco’s personality: the Gold Rush, the Great Earthquake and Fire of 1906, the newspaper wars, and much more. Plus, you’ll get to see these building dressed in their Sunday best!
•San Francisco’s “Big Three” Hotels: The Fairmont, The St. Francis, and the Palace
•World-Famous Union Square, America’s favorite place to shop
•A gingerbread castle and a full-sized gingerbread house
•The rotunda that refused to die
•Refreshments at an historic San Francisco landmark that most locals don’t even know about
•The story of how Blue Jeans were invented
•Plenty of photo opportunities inside lobbies decked out for the holidays
•Plus jokes, quizzes, holiday cheer, and fun & games with a funny FOOT! guide!
Tour distance: about 12 blocks tour
Duration: about 2.25 hours
Hills: three blocks of steep downhill walking
Ending location: The Palace Hotel at Market and New Montgomery