Stroll San Francisco Audio Tours
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Audio tours as entertaining as the city itself.
||17 The Nob Hill Stroll||Before the 1906 earthquake, Nob Hill was covered in palaces, each more ostentatious than the next. And living inside were the wealthiest men in the United States, having made their fortunes in railroads and silver mines.||4/23/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||19 The Haight-Ashbury Stroll||In 1967, the corner of Haight and Ashbury became ground zero for the countercultural movement of the time.||4/23/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||10 The Embarcadero Stroll||The Embarcadero was where the tall ships from around the world docked - carrying gold seekers, future tycoons, gamblers, hustlers, ladies of easy virtue and the inventor of the dry martini. Some got rich, some got shanghaied, and just about everybody got drunk.||4/23/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||33 The Golden Gate Bridge Stroll||Yes, it's a bridge that's been painted orange. (International Orange, to be precise.) But it's not called the Orange Gate Bridge. The body of water that the bridge spans is called the Golden Gate. No one knows exactly why. But only in San Francisco would you have an orange bridge called the Golden Gate.||4/23/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||15 The Chinatown Stroll||The history of Chinatown is the history of San Francisco. Like other American immigrant groups, the Chinese came to the United States searching for a better life. Eventually, that better life was theirs but it was a very long road.||4/23/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||4 Condor Club and Carol Doda Coit||There was a time when the sign on the Condor Club boasted a very tall woman, wearing little except for red light bulbs for nipples. This is the birthplace of topless and bottomless dancing in America.||4/23/2007||Free||View In iTunes|