Get Acquired By PayPal, And 4 Other Plans For A Perfect Day In San Francisco

If you only have 24 hours to spare in the Bay Area, you can’t experience it all, so make sure you experience the best. Here’s your guide to spending a perfect day in San Francisco.

1. Sample the cuisine in Chinatown, Japantown, Little Italy, Sudanville, Mini Laos, and Greenlandland: Pack your appetite, because you absolutely have to have a three-course meal at each of these culinary meccas.

2. Wait in line at The Line: If you see a line of people that wraps around the block, then you know you’ve made it to The Line, one of San Francisco’s hottest attractions. Locals and tourists alike flock to The Line, which can take anywhere between two and four hours to get through. Get there early, and you’ll have plenty of time to snap those iconic Line pictures you’ve seen circulating on social media!

3. Get acquired by PayPal: Unwind like the locals by selling a majority stake in your company to online payment system juggernaut PayPal. It may feel a bit indulgent, but vacations are times to indulge, and what better place to get acquired by PayPal than beautiful San Francisco?

4. Be outside: For the thrill-seeking adventure-lover, San Francisco offers the ultimate experience: being outside. It’s not for the faint of heart, but adrenaline junkies will enjoy strolling around the streets, looking up at the sky, and experiencing any of the city’s season-dependent weather.

5. Kill the mayor: Thinking of a trap to lure in the idiot mayor will keep the kids entertained for hours, and wrapping him in trash bags, finding enough rocks to weigh him down with, and throwing his body in the magnificent San Francisco Bay is a great bonding activity guaranteed to bring the whole family together at the end of your unforgettable day.

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on fb: To all my friends and family. The City is making plans to mass rezone Chinatown such that existing buildings will be torn down and replaced with massive condos.

Chinatown will in effect be destroyed. The City’s view is that there is currently little opposition to this destruction because the public is unaware of the issue.

There is an open house on Saturday February 4 from 10AM to 1 PM at the Chinese Cultural Centre on 50 E Pender St. to hear public opinion on the matter. People don’t need to speak if they don’t want to and can merely fill out a comment card to let the city know that there is objection to the destruction of Chinatown.

Also if you could spread the message to anyone else interested it would be immensely helpful towards defending Chinatown. It is lack of awareness that is letting the city destroy Chinatown.