Subscribe

SF Q&A: “What interesting fact about the city do you know that many people probably don’t?”


Epoch Times Staff
Created: January 10, 2013 Last Updated: January 16, 2013
Related articles: United States » West
Print E-mail to a friend Give feedback

The Epoch Times asked Bay Area locals and visitors what interesting fact about the city they know that many people probably don’t.

Josh Johansen, 20, bike rental technician, Sunset

Josh Johansen (Christian Watjen/The Epoch Times).

Josh Johansen (Christian Watjen/The Epoch Times).

“The burrito was invented in San Francisco. El Faro I believe is the first place. When you go to Mexico, Latin America, they don’t have any burritos.”

Karin Kaelin, 25, student, Los Angeles/Zurich

Karin Kaelin (The Epoch Times).

Karin Kaelin (The Epoch Times).

“On the way to High Street we found a sign with Buena Vista Park. It was a little hike; it is amazing up there … and there is an amazing view to Golden Gate Bridge and, it’s like an Urban Jungle.”

Sean Grant, 28, make-up artist, Nob Hill

Sean Grant (The Epoch Times).

Sean Grant (The Epoch Times).

“San Francisco is one of the biggest Asian tourist destinations for shopping in the U.S. … highest volume per dollar amount.”

Juiette Naud, 18, student, Downtown

Juliette Naud (The Epoch Times).

Juliette Naud (The Epoch Times).

“I found a really, really good singing class in Noe Valley and an amazing teacher called Mollie.”

The Epoch Times publishes in 35 countries and in 20 languages. Subscribe to our e-newsletter.

 



 
   

GET THE FREE DAILY E-NEWSLETTER


Selected Topics from The Epoch Times

James O Grundvig