Urban Hiking San Francisco, Part I: Chinatown

Mark Twain was said to have quipped, “The coldest winter I ever saw was the
summer I spent in San Francisco.”
Some things haven’t changed since the 1800s, and one of those is the general
sweep of the weather in the “City By The Bay.” Summers
can indeed be cold and foggy, but the good news is that the “shoulder season”
— the months of October and November, and the months of February and March —
can be absolutely lovely!

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