Originally Posted by Boss-Hog
I just got back from San Francisco in May and did just about all the things mentioned above, and they're all good suggestions. I can confirm the sea lions are still at Pier 39.
We went to a Giants/Nats game, and it was great; you'll definitely enjoy it. We grabbed a few beers at 21st Amendment before the game, and I would recommend it if you like microbrews. Make sure you buy garlic fries at AT&T.
We were also there for about three days, and in addition to the things mentioned above, we enjoyed Golden Gate Park (it's huge), Land's End and Ghiradelli Square.
Definitely make sure you pack for all kinds of weather because it can change drastically and in a hurry. I've only been twice, so I'm certainly not an expert on the city, but if you have any others questions, feel free to ask, and I'll answer if I can.
Funny, when i went a few years ago i also saw them play the Nats. Is Kara's cupcakes still at ghirardelli square? I had the best damn cupcake ever there.
Regarding the bridge, I suggest walking across and taking it all in first. The city is beautiful and you will not get bored just walking around. Good restaurants in little Italy. The views from the park are awesome too. Alcatraz was good for a couple of hours. Mrs George may like walking through Sausalito