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SFO to Pacific Heights in SF

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SFO to Pacific Heights in SF

Need help to determine the easiest (pain-free) way of getting from SFO to the Pacific Heights neighborhood (Pacific & Broderick). There'll be two of us with several luggage pieces and we have some trouble walking. I was planning on taking a cab. Does that sound like the best plan? Thanks!

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1. Re: SFO to Pacific Heights in SF

Heading to the Drisco?

I would suggest Pleasant Limo. They charge $57 (before tip) from airport to city -- which is less than a cab for that ride. They wait in the cell phone lot and you call them when you're ready for pick up. If you want a meet & greet/assistance with luggage in the terminal there is an extra charge.

I've used them and have had nothing but excellent service.


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2. Re: SFO to Pacific Heights in SF

The Drisco was just nominated by TA as one of the top 25 hotels in the US for 2013 based in I guess on whatever they use to determine that. But it is a great hotel anyway. Have a good time and the limo ride would be the best way

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