Fisherman's Wharf of San Francisco
I walked all over San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. I show what I can including Pier 39, and see the famous Sea lions of the pier. Come with me as I explore the wharf. San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf is proudly unique among the scenic waterfront attractions of the world. The Fisherman’s Wharf of today rests on land created from the rubble of buildings destroyed in the earthquake and fire of 1906. What could not be destroyed was the love of the sea, generations of fishing skills, and traditions expressed in good things to eat and drink. Many of the well-known sights of today were developed only in the last few decades. The original Meigg’s Wharf was once the main port of entry to San Francisco and an extremely industrious place. Lumber, food, and immigrants all arrived here, and railroads came right to the water’s edge to pick up building supplies for the rapidly growing city.
I have lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 50 years. I bring my Subs on a journey to discover the Bay Area and sometimes beyond it through my eyes. I will show you the little details of this wonderful area I live in. Follow me on my Journey.