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Richard Cummins Aquarium of the Bay, Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, California - Photographic Print
Aquarium of the Bay, Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, California Photographic Print by Richard Cummins. Product size approximately 18 x 24 inches. Find more subjects, architecture wall art and home furnishings at Art.com - your source for high quality posters, canvas prints, and wall art.
The Aquarium is upstairs on the right as you enter Pier 39. Machine One and two are in the main gift shop in the Aquarium. Machine Three (Magnetron machine) has been moved. 1) Machines 1 & 2, a machine at each entrance of gift shop nearthe Bay Theater across the Aquarium. 2) Machine 3 relocated to "The Candy Barrel" on Jefferson. Machine 1 : All the designs have 'Aquarium of the Bay San Francisco, CA', 1) swimming Shark, 2) Seal or Sea Lion, 3) a Starfish (V), 4) an Octopus (H). Machine 2: : All the designs
New Machine 4-die just inside side entrance. Again, Each penny cost $1.01. Current designs are: 1) Seal and Cable Car with riders 2) Golden Gate Bridge 3) 'Lefty's' Left hand store Logo 4) Alcatraz, Prisoner behind bars Moved Designs now at The Candy Barrel on Jefferson St in Fisherman's Wharf: 1) Cable Car and Fisherman's Wharf logo, says San Francisco, California (V), 2) Image of Alcatraz, says Alcatraz, San Francisco (H), 3) vertical, has 2 birds standing on pier, says Pier 39, 4) A Gull 2 and Sea Lions
Fascinating Neighborhoods, classical architecture, dazzling vistas and a vibrant arts culture keep San Francisco firmly on a world class axis. This impressive city draws from its vibrant past to delight visitors with attractions, museums, boat tours, history and exceptional dining.Embark on a lively tour of San Francisco and its districts such as Haight-Ashbury, Ghirardelli Square, Lombard Street, Union Square and Chinatown. Nearby are the charming cities of Tiberon and Sausalito, the majestic redwoods of
Pier 39 is a shopping center and popular tourist attraction built on a pier in San Francisco, California. At Pier 39, there are shops, restaurants, a video arcade, street performances, an interpretive center for the Marine Mammal Center, the Aquarium of the Bay, virtual 3D rides, and views of California sea lions hauled out on docks on Pier 39's marina.
This limited production Coke bottle commemorates the 30th Anniversary of the Pier 39 in San Francisco, California. This popular tourist attraction features restaurants, shops, an aquarium, theatres, and nightlife. This is the second Coca-Cola bottle issued for Pier 39 and it features the Golden Gate Bridge, ferry and seal. Mint collector's 8 oz Coke bottle is unopened, full with cap.
> Aquarium of the Bay Aquarium of the Bay Anemones. Sea stars. Sevengill sharks. Stroll through a tunnel filled with 700,000 gallons of bay water for an up-close and personal look at San Francisco's unique marine life. More than 20,000 aquatic animals call this aquarium home. San Francisco is a vibrant city with many beautiful assets, and perhaps its most important asset is its sea coast. Take the opportunity to learn about the marine life in this part of the state and take a trip to the Aquarium of the
Monterey Bay Aquarium Joins San Francisco CityPASS Program San Francisco (April 17, 2013) — Home to sea otters, sharks, penguins, sea dragons and thousands of other marine animals and plants, the Monterey Bay Aquarium is the newest addition to the Prices and programs subject to change. program. Beginning April 17, travelers will have a choice between visiting the Aquarium of the Bay at Pier 39 on San Francisco’s lively Embarcadero waterfront or the Monterey Bay Aquarium, located two hours south of San
A world of possibilities await visitors to San Francisco this summer, from navigating the legendary culinary scene, diving into diverse neighborhood festivals, experiencing live music or events to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. To help visitors make the most of their days and nights in the city, the San Francisco Travel Association has launched a guide to “49 Hours of SF” at www .sanfrancisco .travel /49hours . Joe D'Alessandro of San Francisco Travel “Everyone knows that the