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Moving to San Francisco Doesn’t Have to be Hard

moving to San FranciscoStarting the next chapter of your life in a new city can be a little bit scary. However, few places can match San Francisco as an enriching and exciting place to live. Read on for some reasons that moving to San Francisco might be the best thing you’ve ever done.

Moving to San Francisco Can Be Fun

Did you know that San Francisco has fewer than one million residents? Indeed, this relatively small city has enjoyed an enormous cultural influence throughout the world, and countless people hold this often fog covered peninsula of land in their hearts. There’s no getting around the fact that San Francisco has an abundance of delightful things that will make you long to never leave.

Here are five of the most iconic ways to have fun if you’re moving to San Francisco.

Number #1: Ride a Cable Car
Our manually operated cable cars provide an entertaining public transportation option for residents and visitors. Learn more about the history of San Francisco cable cars along with the daily schedules here.

Number #2: Visit Alcatraz
The infamous Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, which once housed villains like Al Capone, sits more than a mile out in the San Francisco Bay. The National Park Service offers daily boat rides out to Alcatraz Island along with self-guided and guided tours of the former prison. The views of the area are reason enough to spend a few hours at the site.

Number #3: Watch Baseball
The San Francisco Giants play at AT&T Park, and there is nowhere better to spend a Summer day in San Francisco. The Giants are sometimes excellent, winners of the World Series in 2010, 2012, and 2014 and they are always entertaining. Try and snag a seat on the upper decks so that you can enjoy watching the boats cruise along the San Francisco Bay in between innings.

Number #4: Unleash Your Inner Child at the Exploratorium
Many residents of San Francisco say that the Exploratorium is much more than merely a world-class science museum. Instead, it is a creative playground for adults that also happens to immerse children of all ages in a fantastic variety of hands-on science activities. Here’s your chance to step into a tornado and crawl through the Tactile Dome in complete darkness.

Number #5: Say Hello to the Sea Lions at Fisherman’s Wharf
Fisherman’s Wharf is an insanely touristy area along the waterfront. Don’t let the hordes of tourists deter you from enjoying this quintessentially San Francisco experience. Historic ships, delicious seafood restaurants, a colony of sea lions and an unbelievable array of tourist shops call this area home. Fisherman’s Wharf will enchant you with the bustling activity and awe-inspiring views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay.

Finally, are you getting excited? San Francisco thrives on the energy that newcomers bring to our city, and we can’t wait to welcome you to your new home. Contact us at Good Green Moving for assistance with all of your moving related needs.