Riding Historic Streetcars in San Francisco, California
It's not the fastest public transportation you'll ever take, but it just may be the most memorable and elegant. The F line in San Francisco, which goes from Fisherman's Wharf all the way to the swingin' Castro District, is made up of refurbished streetcars imported from places as disparate as Pittsburgh and Milan. The wooden interior is warm and comfy, and the sights and sounds that make up a streetcar ride down Market Street are unforgettable. Just bring a book—it's a long, slow ride!
- Tory Braden They never looked this good as a kid.