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The Castro

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The Castro

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This Northern California Wine Country tour from San Francisco eliminates the hassle of arguing over who is the designated driver for the trip. Stop at various wineries in Napa and Sonoma and ride safely in an air-conditioned coach with reclining seats and an onboard restroom for comfort and convenience. You even have time at Sonoma Square Plaza to eat lunch at your own expense.
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mini wrote a review Jun 2020
Fremont, California88,398 contributions3,676 helpful votes
We were in the Castro District of San Francisco during Gay Pride Week-end. Its a bit quieter this year due to the virus, but still a fun place to go. We had a good time.
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Date of experience: June 2020
Alfred O wrote a review May 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands34 contributions1 helpful vote
The Castro of the 1970's is Dead . It died with the likes of people who moved in and Swindled older people out of their Apartment buildings and homes . One of those is A Man by The Name of DOUGLAS David DELROSARIO . He Swindled the building at 237 Collingwood street out of a man who was dieing of Aids . See this Scuzball started up in a hotel on Skid Row in a hotel on Sixth street called the Henry hotel I helped him into a Job in a building that i lived in on Larkin street in Sanfrancisco . In return he gave me his very best . His gonerea and Syphilis at least 20 times . After he threatened to kill me i moved out to live alone . Now he has the Protection of Dirty Cops who love money but with No morality . The Castro died a Sad death in the mid 1980's wirh Aids . It used to be a fun place to spend the Sunday afternoon back when it had some innocence . Now it has Overpriced restaurants and Coffee shops mixed in with Adult Bookstores with back rooms . Long live the Dirty Crooked money grubbing Castro animals .
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Date of experience: July 2019
Sam wrote a review Feb 2020
Nuremberg, Germany10,217 contributions650 helpful votes
Unique area of the city. Always something going on. Looks like a LGBT district. There was naked people walking down the street. Some of them doing it for money or pictures, some others were just living their daily life. It was fun and different
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Date of experience: February 2020
lindarD4217TA wrote a review Feb 2020
26 contributions4 helpful votes
Love hanging out at Twin Peaks for a few drinks and people watching. Breakfast at Orphan Andys is a must
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Date of experience: December 2019
torr m wrote a review Jan 2020
San Francisco, California7 contributions
i am biased in that i live here and it's my home. the castro has always resonated with me as a little (gay) boy watching the news about a gay guy running for public office. i hope you enjoy san francisco and look beyond the chronic homelessness in its many forms.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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