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Jason
Jason
October 31, 2016
Did you know there were wild parrots living in SF? Do you want to see them? Then you should go here. Most folks visiting SF never make it here.
Katina
Katina
September 13, 2016
Fantastic relic of the '49ers with wooden cottages and gardens dribbling down the back of a hill inaccessible to cars. Great viewing for the parrots of Telegraph Hill.
Duncan
Duncan
July 16, 2016
Climb up these steps, up over Telegraph Hill and down into North Beach. It's quite a steep climb, but you'll be rewarded with great views, and can go for a drink in one of the many North Beach Cafe's when you finish.
Leo
Leo
May 08, 2016
Iconic "Tales of the City"-esque steps in North Beach. A real hike but totally worth it.
Nancy
Nancy
April 15, 2016
Ignore this strange photo. It is a beautiful experience.Walking the Filbert Steps is my favorite secret sight. Up stairs from the Embarcadero to Telegraph Hill with a bench for resting as needed. You arrive at an amazing sweet garden (similar to mine), essentially the yards of small charming…

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