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    What a spectacle! We walked over and back again and really enjoyed it. The views were amazing with no charge to cross over. It gets a little busy with all of the human traffic, but great to see SF from the outside. Nice cafe and information leading up to it also.

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    it’s 2 distinctively different experiences in 1: walk on the west side 2 feel the Pacific… walk on the east side & imagine the thousands of ’49ers who came to make their fortunes in gold. Either way it’s a life-changing, & breathtaking hour. Bring binoculars as well as a windbreaker.

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    Cmon, it’s one of the most famous sights in the world, must-see. 1. Dress warm. 2. Walk the whole bridge. 3. If you walk, walk on the city side, there’s much more to see. 4. If you bike, bike on the ocean side, fewer people and it’s still amazing. 5. Take public transportation. 6. Don’t go on a weekend if you can possible avoid it, the crowds will be smaller. 7. Skip the Visitor Center if you’re pressed for time, it’s really just a glorified souvenir shop, but with a world-class selection of books about the bridge. It also has a scale model of one of the towers used to test the engineering prior to construction, and there are photos on a big screen of the bridge under construction. The vista points on both ends of the bridge have different and equally amazing views of the bridge and bay.

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    Been here many time and each time it amazes me! Thinking back on the time when the bridge was build and the hard work and effort that was to make this construction possible. I enjoy stopping by to see and walk around reading the history and notes posted around do the visitor center.

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    Ganda pmunta dyn,I love that place. Awesome! Merry x-mas to all!