DAY ONE: Self guided San Francisco Bike Rentals and guided bicycle tours. Experience the most popular bike tour cycling across the Golden Gate Bridge! The amazing ride can be done independently (self guided rental is included with Go Card).
Contemporary Jewish Museum, founded 1984 in San Francisco, California; opened in the Daniel Libeskind adaptive re-use structure in 2005; home to "the Museum's mission to celebrate Jewish culture, history, art, and ideas within the context of 21st-century perspectives."
San Diego Cruise Ship Terminal. Nine cruise lines serve San Diego, including four seasonally homeported lines — Holland America, Celebrity, Carnival and Royal Caribbean. Primarily, they offer cruise experiences to coastal California, the Mexican Riviera and Baja California with highlight destinations such as Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, La Paz and Mazatlan, among others. The Port is also the starting point for a smaller number of cruises to Hawaii, Alaska and through the Panama Canal. #sandiego
DAY THREE: When in San Francisco, you don’t want to miss touring the S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien. Located on Pier 45 in scenic Fisherman’s Wharf, the Jeremiah O’Brien is a National Treasure. There are only two surviving WWII Liberty Ships in the world, and the S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien is the only one in its original WWII configuration.
Kunde Family Estate - included attraction on the Go San Francisco Card!