• Which is more expensive to live in: San Francisco or Southern California?

    Best answer: San Francisco
    Very few places in the USA are more expensive to love in.
    Best answer: San Francisco
    Very few places in the USA are more expensive to love in.
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Hotel recommendations in San Francisco?

    Looking to stay in a reasonable budget but also in good areas close for walking to tourist sights etc!
    Looking to stay in a reasonable budget but also in good areas close for walking to tourist sights etc!
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Where is this Golden Gate Bridge picture spot?

    Many years ago my grandfather took a pic of himself with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background. I will be visiting the bridge and would like to find the exact spot to snap my own pic. After much research I am still unclear as to where it could be. Any help from someone who knows the bridge and the hike around it... show more
    Many years ago my grandfather took a pic of himself with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background. I will be visiting the bridge and would like to find the exact spot to snap my own pic. After much research I am still unclear as to where it could be. Any help from someone who knows the bridge and the hike around it very well would be greatly appreciated.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Would you swim in the waters of San Francisco Bay at night?

    Northern California (specifically San Francisco area, has a huge Great White Shark population. Would you feel comfortable swimming in the bay at night?
    Northern California (specifically San Francisco area, has a huge Great White Shark population. Would you feel comfortable swimming in the bay at night?
    11 answers · 3 months ago
  • Where should we NOT go in San Francisco this weekend?

    We are going to SF this weekend, we've never been. We have a few things that we'd like to do: Fisherman's wharf, Pier 39, GG Park, Alcatraz and a few others. Is there anywhere we shouldn't go? Maybe dangerous places or gay places (we are not gay).
    We are going to SF this weekend, we've never been. We have a few things that we'd like to do: Fisherman's wharf, Pier 39, GG Park, Alcatraz and a few others. Is there anywhere we shouldn't go? Maybe dangerous places or gay places (we are not gay).
    10 answers · 3 months ago
  • Why do panhandlers at Fisherman's wharf cuss you out if you don't give them money?

    A guy was hiding behind a trash can and waving a bush at me and then yelled obscenities when I didn't tip him for a scare I didn't ask for.
    A guy was hiding behind a trash can and waving a bush at me and then yelled obscenities when I didn't tip him for a scare I didn't ask for.
    7 answers · 3 months ago
  • Is college education better in San Francisco or Los Angeles?

    Best answer: If you just want to party all the time you should go to L.A., but the better education will be most probably in San Francisco, and by the way, it's a real nice town.
    Best answer: If you just want to party all the time you should go to L.A., but the better education will be most probably in San Francisco, and by the way, it's a real nice town.
    3 answers · 4 months ago
  • On average, how much money do you need a year to live in California with just the basic necessities?

    Basic necessities such as cell phone payments, basic internet, television service, utilities etc.
    Basic necessities such as cell phone payments, basic internet, television service, utilities etc.
    5 answers · 4 months ago
  • How does traffic in/around Irvine, CA compare to San Francisco Bay Area Traffic?

    Thinking of taking a job in Irvine, Currently live near San Francisco.
    Thinking of taking a job in Irvine, Currently live near San Francisco.
    5 answers · 4 months ago
  • Safety and general info of Salinas, California?

    I'm planning on moving to this area in a few months, but many reviews I have read only talk about gang violence and cars getting broken into. I have a brand new car so am pretty concerned about that. There are apartments in Monterey and other surrounding areas, but they are a bit out of my price range, so... show more
    I'm planning on moving to this area in a few months, but many reviews I have read only talk about gang violence and cars getting broken into. I have a brand new car so am pretty concerned about that. There are apartments in Monterey and other surrounding areas, but they are a bit out of my price range, so Salinas may be my only option. Has anyone lived there or visited for an extended period of time that can let me know how safe this city is?
    5 answers · 5 months ago
  • What would people do in small California towns, or small towns in general?

    What would people do in remote small towns, especially those under 3,000 people, and are probably an hour or more away from a large city, if not 3+ hours. There's a town called Dos Rios, CA, which is 3 hours from SF and 2 hours from Santa Rosa, located in Mendocino County. It has 70 people and is 30 minutes... show more
    What would people do in remote small towns, especially those under 3,000 people, and are probably an hour or more away from a large city, if not 3+ hours. There's a town called Dos Rios, CA, which is 3 hours from SF and 2 hours from Santa Rosa, located in Mendocino County. It has 70 people and is 30 minutes from the nearest store, gas station, or school. What would people do in really small towns like that? When I talked about it with a few people, they assumed they're on crack or meth, or drunk a lot or stoned. Others say they're into country stuff like fishing, canoeing, and hiking. Others say they're hippies. What would life be like in those small towns?
    5 answers · 5 months ago
  • Why is the Golden Gate Bridge so popular but no one cares about the bay bridge?

    Best answer: The two bridges were completed within one year of another. Yet, the Golden Gate, which links the Pacific Ocean with SF Bay, is special contrasted to the Oakland Bay Bridge, which despite being longer (in two segments) only crosses the SF Bay. In addition, the setting (environment) of the GG Bridge is spectacular,... show more
    Best answer: The two bridges were completed within one year of another. Yet, the Golden Gate, which links the Pacific Ocean with SF Bay, is special contrasted to the Oakland Bay Bridge, which despite being longer (in two segments) only crosses the SF Bay. In addition, the setting (environment) of the GG Bridge is spectacular, spanning bodies of land that have great natural appeal and it was, and remains, an engineering marvel. Also, the GG Bridge has earned a reputation of symbol of SF, one that those who know it, feel is well-deserved. It has a magic, romance, and aura, the Oakland Bay Bridge has never achieved.
    6 answers · 6 months ago