Pier 39, unfortunately. Best to buy your tickets in advance, like an airline flight. It gets busy.Alcatraz (where does the boat leave from? Pier 39 or closeby?)
Always good. Tastiest Chinese Food in the country, too. Go figure.China Town
Try My Tikka Masala on Ellis.Good Pakistani Restaurants
No shortage of good restaurants in and out of the city, though, again, reservations important. Very foodie town.Good Restaurants generally
That's the Palace of Fine Arts. You can hit it while hitting the Presidio and GG Bridge. It's mainly an empty shell, though they did renovate it a year or two ago. Pretty grounds.Presidium (I think that's what it was called, big place with roman-looking architecture)
Marin Highlands. Pretty spectacular. And if you keep going West, there is a road that you will *hate* if you despise heights.Golden Gate Bridge (from Northern side, right?)
That's Coit Tower, a memorial to firefighters. Pretty nice view.That tall lighthouse looking building
Golden Gate Park has a fuckload of cool shit. The DeYoung Museum (which has an observation deck that has pretty damn good view of the Western half of the city). The California Academy of Sciences is also insanely good, with a ridiculously state-of-the-art digital planetarium that would make Picard envious, along with an aquarium and a terrarium.What did I miss?
Land's End/Sutro Baths in the NW corner of the city. Land's End has the Legion of Honor, the most out-of-the-way of the big museums. Also, take the coastal cliffs path around Land's End.