What to bring: Guitar, violin, piano, trumpet, bagpipes, flute, banjo, tuba, harp, drums, mandolin, bass, tub.
What to wear: Dress in your best ensemble, such as your favorite outfit or your favorite colors.
How to get there: From San Francisco, take Highway 101 north, turn left and head west onto Highway 15.
The sign at the end of the road will say Highway 15, and it will point to the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Golden Gate is on the other side of the bridge, at the other end of Highway 15 and at the far end of San Francisco.
The bridge itself is in Marin County, and you can take a left on the Golden Bay Bridge, which is also a toll road.
The route of Highway 16 will take you through the Marin Bay.
You can also take Highway 16 north to Highway 15 west, then head east onto San Francisco Bay.
There’s a parking lot at the Bay Bridge parking lot, where you can park for free.
Be sure to check your Google Maps directions before you head out, because there are a lot of signs pointing to the Bay bridge and you may want to head south on Highway 16 instead.
This is where the Golden gate bridge ends, but you can still walk across the bridge.
There are also free pedestrian bridges across the bay.
Highway 15 in San Francisco has been closed since January 23.
How do I get to the bridge?
The Golden gate is located near the end the Golden bay.
There is a bus stop on the west side of Highway 160 that connects to Highway 16.
You need to use that bus stop as your entrance into the Golden gates.
For directions, click here.
How can I get around the Goldengate?
The bridges have a number of different routes.
The east side of San Diego County has an elevated bridge that runs from San Francisco to San Francisco-Oakland, but the west end of California has two bridges: the Golden and San Pablo.
You cannot get from one to the other.
It’s more like you need to drive through the city to get to them.
The San Pablo bridge connects to the east side bridge on the north side of Golden Gate Park, and the Golden bridge connects directly to Highway 160 in the Golden State.
If you want to get from the Golden to the San Pablo, you can turn left on Highway 15 on the San Francisco side of California and follow the signs to the parking lot.
From the Golden, turn south onto San Pablo and head east.
You’ll see the Golden Gateway sign.
It will point you to the west entrance of Golden gates park.
There, you’ll find a busstop where you may park for a free ride to the park.
For more info, visit Golden Gate Gateway.
The south end of Golden gate park is a popular spot to go for lunch.
Take Highway 16 west and head north on the 101.
The signs on the highway will point out where the freeway exits from Golden gates, and that’s where you’ll park.
From there, it’s a short hike up to Golden Gate, which has a number a restaurants, including La Quinta and The Old Bay Grill.
The parking lot is just past the restaurant.
It is very close to the entrance of the Golden Gates park.
It has restrooms and is just a short walk from the entrance.
For info, see Golden Gate Gate Gateway and the San Jose 101 entrance.
The north end of golden gates park is also popular with people going for a walk or to get some fresh air.
There you’ll see signs that point you in the direction of the parking garage.
For information, see San Jose Gate.
If there’s a lot more traffic, you could try to find another entrance to Golden gates or head north instead of east.
Or you could head north and head south, as the Goldengates west end is a short distance away from the San Juan del Norte.
It can be challenging to find parking at Golden gates because of traffic.
The west end can get very busy during the summer, so if you plan on visiting the park during the week, be sure to make sure you are in time.
For a more complete overview of the San Diego Zoo and the surrounding area, click the links below.