I really like where I live here in the bay area. there's lots of places that I really like around here. Marin country of the sea side Tamales bay , point Reyes, Mount Tamaulipas, Muir Woods, San Francisco, there's lot of cool places to go that I learned about as a bike messenger, places one doesn't get to see as a visitor, of coast theirs lots of neighborhoods that have not been desiccated by gentrification. Angel Island is a place that I'd like to go spend a few days and get to see the Island and view the bay area from the island. North Beach Italian neighborhood, China town, Art Institute. If I knew other places as well as my home area I'd enjoy going there and staying for a while, but I don't. I like that there is some to do and see so close to my home , accessible by public transportation lots of day trips, an area that I can afford with English as the common spoken language a place that I can afford to explore and experience on a budget, as I have my home base and lounging is not an expense. No air lines airports to deal with. I like knowing the customs of my home , it makes "vacationing" convenient. I'm a lazy vacationer. People come to the bay area , to San Francisco from global destinations to visit, tourism, is a big part of the cities economy. There are many things to do and see, there is are inexpensive architectural tours a friend took and she said that San Francisco had as many interesting things of interest as she saw in Europe, not as old but beautiful to see.