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Visiting San Francisco? Say yes to NoPa
Visiting San Francisco? Say yes to NoPa

A late-summer trip to San Francisco with my wife, child and parents had all of us wanting to check out different parts of the City by the Bay. With some planning, we were able to combine touristy highlights with lesser-known areas, including where we stayed — the city's NoPa neighborhood. NoPa, which stands for North of the Panhandle, a neighborhood near the narrow eastern strip of Golden Gate Park that has hip cafes, quirky shops and colorful Victorians. (Our favorite had disco balls hanging outside.) The tab: $650 for two nights in a two-bedroom cottage, $130 for a light meal with cocktails at La Urbana and $15 for a quick breakfast at Matching Half. The bed Because Airbnb...

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