More recently, San Francisco has experienced a boom in business. The city saw significant growth in online technology industry and has now recovered from the dot-com bubble burst. San Francisco is also the financial capital of the West Coast and a trade port to the Pacific Ocean, even though most cargo ships now head for Oakland.
San Francisco remains one of America's top tourist destinations. Tourism lets the city earns billions of dollars each year. The Bay, located between the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is home to several small islands, including Treasure, Alcatraz, Angel and Yerba Buena. They are a perfect place for relaxing vacations.
San Francisco has a mild climate with wet winters and dry summers. Many homes do not have central heating systems, so people can dine outdoor almost all year round. If you are heading to San Francisco, don’t forget to take rain- and wind-resistant coat because you can also experience foggy and chilly days. It’s not hot and sunny Southern California!
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