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SUV Airport Transfer from SFO to Yountville (one way)

SUV Airport Transfer from SFO to Yountville (one way) - South San Francisco, California

Duration: 1.5 to 2.5 hrs
Location: South San Francisco, California

From USD
$449.00

  • One-way private transfer between San Francisco International Airport and Yountville (SFO)
  • We guarantee to provide professional airport service and strive for excellence
  • Ride in style in a Executive Ford Expedition - Limited - XL. Seats up to 7 passengers (with small - regular size luggage only).
  •  Experience the comfort of riding in the SUV
.

Activity Details Included :

  • Bottled water.
  • Hotel or residence pickup and drop-off.
  • One way private transport service by reservation. 
  • Subject to availability.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Seats up to 7 passengers (with small - regular size luggage only).
  • Ride in style in a Executive Ford Expedition "Limited- XL".\
*Price including fuel surcharges, tolls and driver's gratuity ... More info ›

  • One-way private transfer between San Francisco International Airport and Yountville (SFO)
  • We guarantee to provide professional airport service and strive for excellence
  • Ride in style in a Executive Ford Expedition - Limited - XL. Seats up to 7 passengers (with small - regular size luggage only).
  •  Experience the comfort of riding in the SUV
.

Activity Details Included :

  • Bottled water.
  • Hotel or residence pickup and drop-off.
  • One way private transport service by reservation. 
  • Subject to availability.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Seats up to 7 passengers (with small - regular size luggage only).
  • Ride in style in a Executive Ford Expedition "Limited- XL".\
*Price including fuel surcharges, tolls and driver's gratuity.
The rate provided at the time of booking is an initial estimate of the cost of service as reserved.
Wait time, parking,early/late fees, extra stops or other additional services may change your rate.
**Please inquire with the operator prior to travel to confirm if your excess luggage is acceptable.
Each segment of your reservation will have an individual confirmation number.
If you wish to cancel your reservation, each segment of your reservation will also have an individual cancellation number.

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Authentic Mexican and Latino Foods around the Mission District

Authentic Mexican and Latino Foods around the Mission District - South San Francisco, California

Duration: 3 hours
Location: South San Francisco, California

From USD
$75.00

We will walk around the Mission neighborhood to see and enjoy the local-artists murals as well as the great weather of the area. We also sit and enjoy samplings of some great and authentic Mexican or Latino dishes. I will help you pick up some samples of different dishes to appreciate the so widely sought ‘authentic Mexican or Latino cuisine’

You will also have a chance to see local shopping opportunities, from produce and products of Latin America to art craft, and books and traditional clothing.

It is suggested you bring a back pack of your preferred size if you are into authentic-artistic objects and goodies and or the so-called ethnic (Latino) foods.

We will walk along 24th St or “Little Latin America” ... More info ›

We will walk around the Mission neighborhood to see and enjoy the local-artists murals as well as the great weather of the area. We also sit and enjoy samplings of some great and authentic Mexican or Latino dishes. I will help you pick up some samples of different dishes to appreciate the so widely sought ‘authentic Mexican or Latino cuisine’

You will also have a chance to see local shopping opportunities, from produce and products of Latin America to art craft, and books and traditional clothing.

It is suggested you bring a back pack of your preferred size if you are into authentic-artistic objects and goodies and or the so-called ethnic (Latino) foods.

We will walk along 24th St or “Little Latin America”. We will see some Murals from a good distance acroos the street and and the way back real up close

We will decide to just have a quick ‘burrito’ or ‘pupusa’, both examples of the excellent local Latino cuisine.

  • We will begin at Calle 24 (24th St. and Mission)

Right from the beginning, we will see the largest variety of product and services for and by the Latinos of the area Our activities a stop at a very complete Art-craft store (Luz de Luna) to a  stroll around the neighborhood to see Mission alleys and streets with tons of Murals. And along the way, we will check some eateries.

Meeting place: 3278 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110 – Silver-stone Cafe

We will walk along 24th St or “Little Latin America” in the Mission District, and from the get-go see local street art. We will see some Murals from a good distance across the street and and the way back real up close and the ones we saw first now from the other side of this “street/outdoors gallery” and in this way, we will get submerged in a Latino neighborhood life as it would happen in any Hispanic country

We will decide to just have a quick ‘burrito’ or ‘pupusa’, both examples of the excellent local Latino cuisine. Finally I will guide you to the super hip Valencia St. area, the trendiest street in town, full of youthful energy and people, lots of new stores, boutiques and restaurants of all kinds, with suggestions on how to spend the rest of your evening

San Francisco’s History is Rooted in Latino Culture

San Francisco’s history, heritage, arts, culture and "comida" have roots that extend far south of the U.S. border.

Spanish missionaries arrived in San Francisco (then known as Yerba Buena) in 1776. A Catholic priest named Father Palou founded Mission San Francisco de Asis, which still stands in the Mission District as Mission Dolores on 16th and Dolores streets. It is the oldest structure in San Francisco. California and Mexico were part of Spanish territory until 1821, when Mexican independence marked the end of European rule in California.

Latino Culture in Post-Mexican California

The Mexican-American war (1846-1848) ended with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848. Mexican citizens living in these territories became Americans “overnight,” although the terms of the treaty gave these Mexicans one year to accept their American political status. The treaty granted them full rights of citizenship as well as protection of Mexican-American language, culture and land, although the articles dealing with land protections were later removed prior to ratification by Congress.

The vast majority of Latinos chose to stay and become full U.S. citizens. Although the treaty promised that the landowners in this newly acquired territory would enjoy full enjoyment and protection of their property as if they were citizens of the United States, many former citizens of Mexico lost their land in lawsuits before state and federal courts or as a result of legislation passed after the treaty. Most land grantees and their families retreated south.

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