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Summer Fun in San Francisco-getting to know The Presidio
Getting to know The Presidio in San Francisco is a year-round treat, but never more so than in summer.
My top 5 summertime activities here include:
Learn some of the history. The Officer's club, open free of charge 6 days a week (closed Monday) has a wonderful small museum offering a glimpse of native American life in the area, early Spanish and Mexican life here, and when the Presidio was an active US Army post. You'll find art exhibits on the gallery walls, and a long-running exhibit, "Exclusion" detailing the Presidio's role in the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Sit for a while in Moraga Hall, the ballroom when the Officer's club was here, now enjoyed as quiet space where one can read, relax, do some office work. Take a hike. There's nothing quite like exploring on foot to get a feel for the richness and variety of the Presidio. One can imagine soldiers in formation on the parade grounds (there are two of them), the privates with passes heading up Lover's Lane to meet their girls waiting for them just outside the gate on Pacific Avenue, and finding El Polin Spring, the source of water from the earliest of settlement days. ... more
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