REALTORS® will shine in San Francisco
It’s good in the
San FranciSco cable carS
are the only moving
go For a RIDE
What would a trip to San
Francisco be without a ride on
the city’s legendary cable cars?
You can purchase your tickets
in advance at any San Francisco
public transit center or, if you
have exact change, you can pay
cash when you step aboard.
Friends & Family registrants can
get a 7-day trolley pass for only
one Fun Buck, too.
ou know that a great city is made of great
neighborhoods. Called “a city of villages”,
San Francisco has more than 35 nifty
neighborhoods, and many of the best spots
are just a short stroll or trolley ride away from
Ask the LOCALS…
San Francisco is known for its diverse culinary
tradition, with each neighborhood playing its
part. For local seafood, grab a bite at Fisherman’s
Wharf. If you want a taste of Asia, San Francisco
has one of the largest Chinatown areas in the
U.S. Or maybe you’re craving something fresh
from Embarcadero Center—this neighborhood
at the foot of the Ferry Building is packed with
For nightlife, try North Beach and fill up on
Italian cuisine before hitting some of the
liveliest clubs and bars in town.
““My favorite is the newly renovated Legion of Honor. Plus, it’s right underneath the Golden Gate
Bridge, so you can
kill two birds with
–Herman Chan, Real Estate Broker
& TV Personality, Better Homes &
Gardens Real Estate,
San Francisco, CA
Definitely see the
Bay Bridge. It’s
is a testimony to
–Danielle Lazier, Sales Director,
Climb Real Estate/ ClimbSF.com/
SFhotlist.com, San Francisco, CA
Seeking the perfect souvenir? Stop by The
Castro or Union Square. Both neighborhoods
feature dozens of boutique shops and art galleries.
Check out city maps at REALTOR.org/Conference.
Fall in LOVE with San Francisco The city is known for chilly summers but warm autumns, so early November is one of the best times to visit. Rain is rare and the days are typically warm and sunny. It gets cooler at night, but pack a sweatshirt and you’ll be set to enjoy some of the most beautiful fall weather in the country.
Which nar hotel iS right For you?
Are you a history buff? On a budget? Enjoy quaint hotels? NAR has contracted
room blocks in a variety of hotels around the Moscone Center, the site of the
2013 REALTORS® Conference & Expo.
hiStoric propertieS: The Powell Hotel, The Westin St. Francis San
Francisco and The Palace Hotel San Francisco.
aFFordable propertieS (under $175/night): The King George
Hotel, Cartwright Hotel Union Square and the Handlery Union Square Hotel.
contemporary propertieS: PARC 55 Wyndham San Francisco,
InterContinental San Francisco Hotel and Grand Hyatt San Francisco.
traditional propertieS: Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco
Downtown, Hilton San Francisco and Hotel Nikko San Francisco.
boutique propertieS: Serrano Hotel,
Villa Florence Hotel and Sir Francis Drake Hotel.
After picking your perfect place, reserve your room
with your conference registration to receive the