San Francisco Map

For the next seven days we're off to the most iconic landmarks and breathtaking vistas of the Western United States. As we experience the best of the west. And how are we going to do it? By private plane. Here we go.

San Francisco Map Gallery Photos

San Francisco Map



We arrived in San Francisco. Time to do a little bit of sight seeing, starting off here at twin peaks. You can't leave San Francisco without riding the cable car. Hold on tight. Hey we've left the wharf behind, it is perfect out here. There's a photo opportunity every where I turn. Just a short ride outside of San Francisco you'll find Muir Woods. Home to the beautiful coastal redwoods. Wow. We arrived here in beautiful Sonoma. We're going to head to a winery and try some wines. This winery is is one of only 10 wineries to produce wine during the prohibition.

It's so exciting to fly to a new destination every single day. Made up the high Sierra, granite cliffs and the valley. Yosemite is a favorite among nature lovers. You can see El Capitan and Half Dome. This is. This is unbelievable. Okay everyone welcome to the Grand Canyon. This place is unreal. Check this place out. Not man made. Nature did this, created this wonder of the world. All right crowd here's Until I die We're going to hit the strip and see the sights. Let's go. Whoa. Here we go, here we go. From casinos, to shows, to everything over the top, this is the place to be. What an incredible seven days this has been. I loved seeing San Francisco, Sonoma, the Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Las Vegas. This truly has been the best of the west.

Alcatraz and San Francisco City Tour.

You're gonna find the tour around the city, it's a good overview of the city. We're going to start with a drive through Fisherman's Wharf. Our first stop is the Golden Gate Bridge. From the Golden Gate Bridge, we'll go out to the coast, we'll take a drive in the Golden Gate Park. It's a beautiful large park. And we'll be driving through the park going to the Twin Peaks, this is the point that's 900 feet up. And then we'll go down by the Victorian homes to picture Postcard Row. Then to the Alcatraz.

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