Off beaten path
Quirky tours go behind scenes in San Francisco
A trip to San Francisco is a trip to see the Golden Gate  1Bridge and Fisherman's Wharf, right? Well that's the tourist side of town, but if you want to see some of the city's most quirky sites, a unique tour company has just the thing for you.

Wild SF Tours will take you behind the scenes in a number of spots throughout the city, including some famous areas, and some not-so-famous parts of the city.

For example, they are offering the city’s first Craft Beer Walking Tour. This intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the production and history of local beer in San Francisco, the West Coast craft beer capital, gives guests the chance to taste rare releases and visit breweries and beer bars.

Who can forget the hippies of the 1960s? The company helps you remember with their Haight-Ashbury Muscial Tour, where you'll relive the Summer of Love in the place that it actually happened. Be sure to wear a flower in your hair.

It just goes on from there. There's the Gay Club Crawl, the Wild Night Tour (which as you might expect is really a pub crawl), the Free Tour which tours the Barbary Coast, the Mission District tour, the Castro, Chinatown and North Beach.

For more information, visit www.wildsftours.com or phone 415-580-1849.
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