Sightseeing Guides and Trips

Trips
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Brooklyn Bridge
by krbose on May 21, 2010
New York City, New York, United States
Sightseeing | 5.4 miles
This was a family walk across the Brooklyn Bridge from Manhattan to Brooklyn on a Friday in May.  We had our 5-year-old with us, and all we had to tell him was that the "Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory" was on the other side of the bridge to get him excited for the walk.It was a mellow stroll across the river (and above the cars zooming in both directions), but it was warm and very crowded. Drink...
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Brooklyn Bridge part 3
by krbose on May 21, 2010
Brooklyn Heights, New York, United States
Sightseeing | 3.2 miles
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Brooklyn Bridge part 2
by krbose on May 21, 2010
Governor Alfred E Smith Houses, New York, United States
Sightseeing | 1.7 miles
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brooklyn bridge part 1
by krbose on May 21, 2010
New York City, New York, United States
Sightseeing | 0.5 miles
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San Francisco Architecture Tour (Financial District)
by krbose on Apr 29, 2010
Financial District, California, United States
Sightseeing | 5.2 miles
MVI_4015.AVI Video
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Chinatown San Francisco Walk
by krbose on Dec 04, 2009
San Francisco, California, United States
Sightseeing | 1.2 miles
After lunch at Caffe de la Presse, we crosssed Bush street to pass through the fabulous gates of Chinatown. It really is a transporting experience to walk under the beautiful dragons and begin a gentle upward slope through tightly-packed and colorful shops. The entrance and first block are really peaceful. Later on and deeper into Chinatown we would find anything but peace on the bustling and energizing streets, where the produce, meat and fish markets seemed to buzz all...