Ask a group of kids where they want to go for vacation and they’ll probably call out “Disneyland,” or “Disney World.” It’s pretty much automatic that those are the places that come to mind for both children and parents when you put the words “kids” and “vacation” together in the same sentence. But what if you told the kids there was a place they could feed sharks, walk through a four-story rain forest, search through a whole town full of Snoopy statues, sleep in real safari tents amidst wild animals or ride bikes on a world-famous landmark? San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area offer a number of unique options for family travel that go beyond rides and theme parks. Read more by clicking [here] and [here].
Hit San Francisco for vacation
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