Everyone has their own uniqueness and ours, which is partially centered around a long and happily married life, has benefits for some travelers coming to San Francisco. Here’s just a sample of what we mean.
- Our Place to Call Home – We’re transplanted Bay Area ‘natives’, having lived here for nearly 30 years, and love it. So if you’re looking for someone in the know about San Francisco to help you plan a trip there, our knowledge could be very helpful to you.
- Relationships are Key – Knowing first hand how important it is to talk through wants and needs in life, we’re more likely to help you identify areas of travel preparation that would benefit from a good discussion with the person or people affected by your trip.
Since a key aspect of travel is moving from one place to another, and as we’ve been around the block a few time, we’ve seen a lot. More importantly, we’ve learned a bunch along the way and some of that wisdom will be available to customers who plan their travel with us, especially if it involves one of our specialties; cruises and trips to the San Francisco area.
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San Francisco is the World’s 6th Best Place to Visit according to a report released by U.S. News and we live here so that makes us pretty happy. It also makes for a couple of good reasons to consider planning a trip to the City by the Bay.
“Gateway to Blue” – San Francisco’s Iconic Bridge
As you’d learn in Who Are We, this has been our home for nearly 30 years. Helping you plan a trip to San Francisco will give us the opportunity to share some local background with you. There was a book and series a few years back called, ‘Bay Area Back Roads’. We might be able to point you toward a few back road experiences on your trip.
There’s something special about being in a local resident’s ‘back yard.’ When Ellen and I visited the Boston area years ago, she was amazed at the language difference and couldn’t wait to ask someone to say park the car. When a man obliged and she heard ‘pahk the cah’, it made the trip that much more memorable. We don’t think we talk funny but we still might have a surprise or two for you.
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What’s the favorite city you’ve visited? What would you recommend about it for the first time visitor? What questions do you have about visiting San Francisco?