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- Got issues with unpaid overtime or wage and hour pay? You may consider an unpaid overtime lawsuit to get what you are owed
- We cover all areas of employment law. If you have been discriminated against or feel you have had employment discrimination contact us today.
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Useful information about San Francisco
San Francisco is one of California’s major cities and is located at the entrance of a large natural harbor, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. It is renowned for being a very hilly city and is often surrounded by fog.
There are many attractions in San Francisco, including the famous Golden Gate Bridge, which spans the Golden Gate Strait and links San Francisco to Oakland Bay. Even though it is named the Golden Gate Bridge, it is actually an orange color. The bridge was opened to the public on May 17th 1937 and is 2,737 meters long, which makes it is the second longest suspension bridge in the world.
When exploring San Francisco, why not hop on one of cable cars, which are a common site. The first cable car went into service in 1873, in order to deal with the city’s very steep hills. Another well-known tourist attraction is Alcatraz Island, located 1.25 miles off the shore. Some of America’s most notorious criminals such as Al “Scarface” Capone were held at the prison on the island, which closed in 1963. Now visitors can get a guided tour of the prison, plus view the other lesser known features of Alcatraz, which include marine wildlife, rare plants and flowers.
A formation of colorful Victorian houses, known as “Postcard Row”, is located in Alamo Square, which is one of the most picturesque places to take a photo. Lombard Street, another popular destination, has been nicknamed “the crookedest street in the world”, due to its steep slopes and eight sharp bends. Other beauty spots are situated on the west side of the city, where Lincoln Park offers incredible views of the Pacific Ocean. If you prefer to go walking, take a trip to Mount Davidson, which is the highest point in San Francisco and provides beautiful forest trails in the midst of an urban environment.
San Francisco Chinatown is one of the oldest and biggest China towns in America that covers a square mile at the city center. There is an assorted mix of temples, houses, restaurants, shops and markets, as well as some inspiring historical sites, which makes it one of the most visited tourist attractions. Chinese New Year in late February also draws in spectators who either come to see it live, or view it via a television broadcast..
The Trans-America pyramid in the financial district is one of the area’s most unique buildings and it can be seen from miles outside of the area. At 853 feet tall, it is currently the tallest building and boasts 48 floors. Many prestigious companies are based in the San Francisco bay area, including Gap Inc., Oracle Corporation and Stanford University.