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San Francisco is the fourth most populous city in California. San Francisco, Ca is located on the west coast of the U.S. at the tip of the San Francisco Peninsula. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) is the city's largest public arts institution. There are a total of 43 hills within city limits and San Francisco's tallest hill named Mount Davidson, is 925 feet (282 m) high.

San Francisco Bay has lost nearly 97 percent of its historic tidal wetlands due to development pressures within and around the bay. San Francisco is just one of many cities in the Bay Area; others include San Jose, Oakland and Berkeley. Marin County and the Wine Country lie to the north of the city, across the Golden Gate Bridge. The city is the home of world famous landmarks such as Alcatraz Island and the Golden Gate Bridge.

The city has a mediterranean climate with mild wet winters and warm dry summers. As the city is surrounded by water on three sides, the climate strongly influenced by the cool currents of the Pacific Ocean that leads temperatures generally moderate, rarely ranging above 75 degrees or below 45 degrees, leading San Francisco to be called "the air-conditioned city.

Rain is a common from the month of November through March. Snow is extraordinarily rare, with only 10 instances recorded since 1852. The most unique feature of the local climate is the banks of fog that can roll in off the ocean, quickly covering the western half of the city all day during the summer and early fall.

Ocean Beach that runs along the Pacific Ocean shoreline is not considered suitable for swimming because the waters off the coast are cold and have deadly rip currents. The Golden Gate Park is considered as one of the most well known park in San Francisco, California and is planted with thousands of non-native trees and plants and is also rich with several attractions that includes the Conservatory of Flowers, the Japanese Tea Garden, and Strybing Arboretum.

The cost of living in San Francisco is high as compared to other cities that’s why many residents who can no longer afford to live within the city and have left to the suburbs of the San Francisco Bay Area. Some of the top city’s attractions includes Napa Valley wine country, San Francisco PIER 39, San Francisco city tours and Cable Car and Trolley rides. San Francisco has many smaller and important parks in virtually every neighborhood.

Since 1856, San Francisco is a consolidated city-county where the mayor is also the county executive and the county board of supervisors acts as the city council. The federal government also utilizes San Francisco as the regional hub for many arms of the federal bureaucracy. The mayor is elected to a four-year term and serves as the chief executive. The city administrator and controller are appointed by the mayor.

The city is a home to many private and public schools. San Francisco State University is part of the California State University system and is located near Lake Merced. The city offers you a broad range of world-class educational institutions. Public schools in the city are run by the San Francisco Unified School District. The city also has more than 100 private schools.

San Francisco, Ca real estate is flourishing and has something for everyone either if you want to have condoniums, town homes and rental apartments. Whatever your lifestyle and your interests are, San Francisco has a home that is perfect for you. Anyone who sets foot in the city can not help but be bowled over by its natural beauty. Proximity to restaurants and activities is just one of the many benefits of apartment living in San Francisco. Apartments may be located in large complexes, with amenities such as swimming pools, spas and tennis courts.

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At San Francisco, Ca hotels you can enjoy various amenities, and at the same time they also offer you best accommodations at the lowest possible lodging rates. The city also has many good local restaurants to choose from. San Francisco offers you a comprehensive, accessible, cost effective range of medical services, self care options, individual and group counseling.

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