Grand View Park (a.k.a., Turtle Hill) offers one of the best 360-degree views of San Francisco.
In the early 1930s, President Franklin D. Roosevelt launched a series of projects in the United States, known as the New Deal programs, in an effort to lift America out of the Great Depression. One part of the plan was to build a bridge linking San Francisco with the East Bay. As a result, the Bay Bridge was completed in 1936 and remains a vital route for commuters today.
Hi guys! My name is Krista Apolonio and this is the first post in my column Beneath a Layer of Fog. In this column, I will share some well known landmarks and hidden gems in and around San Francisco that are often overlooked by both tourists and locals. Through these photos, I hope to encourage others to travel and explore the world beyond their front door.