136. Take a Walking Tour of Chinatown

August 15, 2010

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We’ve suggested walking tours before and they seem to be very popular.

And why not? I mean a neighborhood like Chinatown has not only a storied history but explodes the senses with wonderment.

More from the San Francisco City Guides site:

Explore colorful alleys and side streets–the essence of Chinatown–home for family associations, sewing shops, community organizations, and churches. See shops selling Chinese medicinal herbs, gold jewelry, and vegetables.

Offered All Year

Schedule:

All Saturdays of the month at 10:00 AM

All Mondays of the month at 10:00 AM

All Mondays of the month at 1:30 PM

Next Tour:

Monday, August 16 10:00 given by Jan Murphy

Monday, August 16 1:30 given by Dorothy Meyer

Meet at flagpole just outside of the elevator building at Portsmouth Square park, nearest cross street: Washington/Walter Lum Place (Alley). Public transportation: MUNI lines 1, 30, and 45.

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