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San Francisco Flyaway 8/29-9/2
San Francisco Flyaway 8/29-9/2

08/29/2014 - 09/02/2014

This is a 5-day, 4-night flyaway to San Francisco!

 

More pictures from San Francisco HERE!

Trip details:

  • Round trip air from Sioux Falls
  • 4 awesome nights at a hotel at Fisherman’s Wharf
  • Ferry ride/visit to Alcatraz
  • Walk or ride across the Golden Gate Bridge
  • World famous Pier 39
  • Go to a San Francisco Giants baseball game
  • Ride the trolley

  • Hop on, hop off bus tickets
  • 100′s of restaurants close by
  • Ticket to board a WWII Liberty Ship: the Jeremiah O’Brien
  • Ticket to tour USS Pampanito (submarine)
  • Breakfast at Bistro Boudin with Steve Crawford
  • Surprise dinner with Steve Crawford

Price: $1,699 per person double; $1,599 per person triple; $1,549 per person quad; $2,199 single.

To book the trip or to ask questions, call 605-857-0753 or email scrawford@wnax.com !

You’ll also see sea lions!

 

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