09/01/2018 San Francisco Bay Area: Things to See & Do this Fall

San Francisco’s Bay Area is favored this Fall for visitors both nationally (26 mill. projected for 2018) and internationally ( 2.9 mill. for 2018 ). Weather for Sept.-Oct., a balmy 60% av. temp., perhaps the best time of the year to visit. All museums and attractions are open daily and it’s a foodie paradise (North Beach for Italian; Chinatown, the largest in the U.S. for Chinese; Asian, Mexican, Indian, and Organic are the big fixes in the city). And public transportation is easy (BART, COW RAIL, MUNY, and the San Francisco trolleys ). Hear it from some of the site managers who live here.

Our guests:
. Laurie Armstrong, Dir., Media Relations, SAN FRANCISCO TRAVEL ASSN. ( she’s the last one I interviewed; please move to first )
. Estelle Miller, Dir., Tourism Development, HORNBLOWER
. Paolo Consulich-Schwartz, Mgr., Public Affairs, GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
. Martin Rock, Assoc. Dir.,Communications, EXPLORITORIUM
. Paola Bagnitori, Exec. Dir., MUSEO ITALO AMERICANO ( first one I interviewed goes last.)

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