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Theaters in San Francisco

SAN Francisco has been a setting for hundreds of Hollywood movies. Next to Broadway, it is also home to elaborate theater acts. Don’t leave San Francisco without seeing a locally produced theater performance.
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Leisure in San Francisco

SAN Francisco is a perfect place for recreation and relaxation. Its laid-back ambiance would make you want to check out the following activities for your enjoyment and your family’s as well:
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Dining in Madrid

RESTAURANTS have been categorized by region/country/type of cuisine. Most restaurants, except for fast food chains, require a reservation especially for bigger groups.
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Hotels in Madrid

Hotels in Madrid

THE following hotels in Madrid have been classified into 3 categories, namely: Splurge, Mid-range, and Budget. For latest room rates or more information, it is recommended to contact the hotel directly.
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Airlines in Madrid

THE following is a list of major airlines that fly to Madrid. It is recommended to call your airline office for any changes in your flight booking or reservation.
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Shops in San Francisco

SHOPPERS will truly delight in San Francisco’s huge array of shops. The city is truly a world-class shopping destination.
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Museums in San Francisco

SAN Francisco has a rich collection of artifacts as shown in the handful of museums listed below.
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Banks in San Francisco

MAJOR BANKS IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

 

To find the branch nearest you, visit their website.
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Safety in San Francisco

IN the event of any emergency (Police/Fire/Ambulance), dial 9-1-1.
National Emergency Number Association: www.nena.org
For police assistance, dial 3-1-1 (within San Francisco only) or 415-701-2311
TTY (for hearing impaired): 415-701-2323
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
San Francisco Police Department (SFPD): www.sf-police.org

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Visa Requirements to Spain

BELOW is a complete list of countries classified into two (‘Required’ and ‘Not Required’ a tourist visa to Spain). Those nationalities who belong to the ‘Required List’ should contact the nearest Spanish Embassy or Consulate ahead of time for the issuance of their visa. Requirements vary for each country.
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