HTanner's Passport


Member since:
20 November 2008

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About Me & My Family

California natives, we love to travel together.
Our Family's Travel Personality
adventurous, relaxed, simple, energetic, spontaneous, easy_going
We Just Got Back From
Our Favorite Vacation Spot
Disney parks
A Place We'd Love To Visit
Favorite Vacation Memory
Riding the Matterhorn all together - first time for both kids.
Worst Travel Moment With My Kids:
When my son got the stomach flu, in Disneyland, on Christmas Eve.
Websites I Like:
This one!

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138 Reviews

November 21 2008
1 family found this helpful
Golden Gate Fortune Cookies Company | kids travel, kids activities
Golden Gate Fortune Cookies Company
56 Ross Alley,
San Francisco,
California 94108
"Neat place"
This is a neat place to go. Its an actual fortune cookie factory. You can watch them make the cookies, take a fresh one, and also purchase some different varieties for the trip home. Kids will love it.
November 21 2008
2 families found this helpful
Fisherman’s Wharf - Pier 39 | kids travel, kids activities
Fisherman’s Wharf - Pier 39
Embarcadero and Grant Street,
Pier 39,
San Francisco,
California 94133
"Lots of free things to do"
Fisherman's Wharf is the more touristy part of the Wharf area. It is home to the Wax Museum and Ripley's Believe it or Not (Both very fun for 7 and above - not for younger kids). It also has various seafood stands and restaurants where you can get fresh (caught daily) items to eat - including calimari and fresh crab. Some of the restaurants are pricey, though - so just do some looking around before you decide on a place to eat.
November 21 2008
1 family found this helpful
Mission Dolores | kids travel, kids activities
Mission Dolores
Dolores at 16th Street,
San Francisco,
"Good for older kids"
A good place to go if your kid is studying California history. It might seem an odd place to go, but the Mission Dolores was a huge part of the expansion of California. There is also a cemetery where you can do rubbings of gravestones. A very interesting place for history buffs.
November 21 2008
1 family found this helpful
Metreon Sony Entertainment Center | kids travel, kids activities
Metreon Sony Entertainment Center
101 4th St ,
San Francisco,
California 94103
"Fun for all ages"
This is a fun place to go for a respite. There is a lot to do. There is a movie theater, game room, and lots of restaurants. In the lobby, there are interactive games the kids can play for free. Plus, there is a little park and fountain outdoors. Sometimes, there are even special exhibits. They have a website which is good to check out current goings on. The movie theater is very nice and kid friendly - exits are monitored by employees. The food choices for the movie theater are also very good. Check it out!
November 21 2008
0 families found this helpful
HI San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Hostel | kids travel, kids activities
HI San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Hostel
240 Fort Mason,
San Francisco, California
I have never stayed here. However, I have spoken with people who have - and they had kids. They found the place to be very well run. The area is beautiful. You will have an unobstructed view. A friend of mine lived here when it was army housing - the view is just magnificent. The place is now run by the park service and they take it very seriously. There is lots to do near-by and transportation is very convenient. At least check it out as an option.