Despite the fact that it really does look like one (and it doesn't help when the city decides bathe it in red light), Coit Tower was not purposefully intended to seem like a fire hose. A monument to the fire fighters of San Francisco takes the shape of this Art Deco landmark that was constructed. Today, the tower offers fantastic 360 views of the city, historic murals, and a fun hike (if the weather is nice).
I got up early to pack my bags and visited Lower Koitta and Jiuquhua Street for a short time. Then go to San Francisco International Airport and take the journey home! There is a DFS at San Francisco Airport, mainly skin care products and tobacco and alcohol. It's convenient to pick up goods by ticket after check-in. Koyan's is cheaper than the original price in the mall. LA MER feels similar to the price at the domestic airport. I don't know whether it's the heart of worshipping foreign things or the fact that entry is better than departure meals. The return trip (CA986) also sent Haagen-Dazs, and the shopping is also discounted by 20%. The journey between the United States and the West ended perfectly in the darkness of sleeping on the return journey. It felt good to the United States as a whole. Although the cultural background was less, the cultures of the world gathered and merged well here. On the way, there were always good people to help and the security of small towns was not mentioned. As for the big cities, I just wanted to say that the city of Datong, London is, San Francisco is, maybe the northeast. It will be in the future.
Coit Tower is a high point in Pioneer Park, San Francisco. It was built in 1933. The tower is 64 meters high. It has an old and tasty elevator to go up. It charges $8. The top of the tower is open, and you can watch San Francisco 360 degrees. It's worth visiting. There is a fully automatic toilet beside Coit Tower, free of charge, one person at a time, which is very characteristic. I suggest that curious friends try it: -) Down from Coit Tower, along the red line on the map below, there is a trail leading to the sea. In the downhill section, there are many beautiful flowers on both sides, so we must go for a walk. In the second half of the Red Line Trail, you can see the famous headquarters building of Levi s, which seems to be accessible. I have a travel book about San Francisco, with more information and pictures.
It's already afternoon in downtown San Francisco. It's convenient to take a bus from Union Square to Koiteta. San Francisco buses are basically 2.75 people, we must get a good ticket, because paid a ticket can be free unlimited bus rides in 4-5 hours, very convenient and cost-effective. The tower, not far from Chinatown, was built on a hillside with a tall Columbus statue on it. You can climb the tower, but you have to buy tickets, like 10 yuan per person, and you have to wait in line for more than half an hour, so we didn't go up. Under the tower, you can actually see the scenery of San Francisco. You can see the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay and the downtown of San Francisco at a glance. You can also drive up, but there aren't many parking spaces on it and it's hard to park.
Koitta's ticket is 8 knives for adults. It is suggested that we go to the top of the tower. The scenery on the tower is very beautiful. Looking out of the window, you can clearly see Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge and Fisherman s Wharf. And it's quite close to Jiuquhua Street. It takes about a few minutes to drive.
A building of historic significance, with various meaningful names on the stairs, is also a feature. As the highlight of the characteristic position, it is easy to see the two bridges connecting the peninsula, which can not be separated from the Golden Gate Bridge.
Koit Tower is also a landmark of San Francisco. It has a wide view of San Francisco. It can be seen 360 degrees. The landmark Golden Gate Bridge can also be seen. It is very beautiful to see sunset and sunset on the top floor. You have to pay for the elevator ride. There are many oil paintings on the first floor to enjoy.
Coit Tower is the best place to view San Francisco 360 degrees without a dead corner. Because the tower is very high on the hillside, it's a little tired to walk. There are many murals in it, and it's not boring to wait for the elevator.
Located on the top of Telegraph Hill, the tower is 64 meters high. It was built in 1933 with the property donated by firefighter Lillie Hitchcock Coit. A nozzle shaped like a fire hose. It costs eight dollars to climb to the top of the tower, but the view on the top of the tower is worth seeing.
Koitta is a famous landmark building in San Francisco. It's suitable to bring friends with us. It's worth taking a good look at the short Sunny time that afternoon. Looking back on the way to Towe Mountain, it has a good view. Koitta is a famous landmark in San Francisco and the most significant public building.
Yes, it's crawling with tourists, but buck-up: it's worth it. Why?First, don't you dare come at Coit Tower by any other means than walking up the stairs off Montgomery Street. It's a beautiful urban hike, surrounded by green on all sides, peering into the cutest little houses off the stairway. Do it.Second, the view from even the base of the tower is spectacular. If you want, wait in line to go up to the top, but you'll be wowed even if you don't do that.Third, the murals inside at the base of the tower (you don't have to wait in line to see these) are amazingly preserved examples of 1930s art and culture. They were a public works project during the Depression, and they depict scenes from California's industry and economy. I could spend hours just peering at all the details in these murals.