Combine exercise with sightseeing!

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Starting point: Beach Street and Fillmore Street 
Marina District of San Francisco

Ending location: Hidden Tennis Courts
(Greenwich and Lombard Street between Larkin and Hyde Street)
Russian Hill District of San Francisco

Start to Finish: 1.31 miles exactly


New in town? Visiting the lovely city of San Francisco? Or have you lived here for years and ready to explore?? Whichever the reason, allow me to show you an amazing spot with a beautiful view.

This tour will allow you to live and feel like a local. This tour involves an easy to fairly hard run, a spot to play tennis whether alone or with a partner and even show a few tourist hits on the way.

Beginning in the historic Marina, one of the most desirable neighborhoods, where many buildings were built in the 1920 and 1930's and filled with colorful, unique ans dreamy homes. Running along Fillmore Street, famously known for their chic stores and cool restaurants, turning onto Greenwich Street, another location with lovely iconic homes. Ending up in Russian Hill, home to the popular Hyde-Powell cable car and legendary Lombard Street, known as "The Crookedest Street". Both of which you can see from the courts!

The hill to the Tennis Courts is a level 4 out of 5, but the good news? It is short and, I promise, worth it!

If you have an hour to burn in the morning or even in the late afternoon to watch the sunset, this is the tour for you. It can be even shorter, depending how long your tennis match lasts. The rest is at your leisure.

A few local tips? 
Amazing breakfast spots in the Marina: Le Marais, Roses Cafe, The Interval in Fort Mason (be sure to check out the hidden view of the boats in the Marina in the side room).
After tennis in the Russian Hill area? Dinner at Elephant Sushi or Leopold's followed by the Keane Eyes Gallery, famously known from the film "Big Eyes".

Most importantly... have fun!



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