I used to love 'The Streets of Sanfrancisco'. As you would expect of a big city there are many things to see and do. The Golden Gate Bridge has an accessible walkway, there is an accessible Aquarium and Fisherman's Wharf is also accessible, to name a few.
Coming to the Golden Gate Bridge was an adventure all on its own. The temperature was dropping and @chrisgreeves were tired. Without realizing the bus we got off was the last bus running for that day. There was no Ubers close by (all about 20 mins away), okay we can wait for that one. 20 mins turned into 30 minutes, so we cancelled and decided to go with Lyft 10 mins away. My phone would not update so we almost missed him. But he was kind enough to wait around. Knowing all this was going to happend we would not have stopped and enjoyed the views, been able to meet new people and learn their stories, taken in the fresh air, taken pictures. So I learned to take risks. That's what like is about. You live in you learn has more meaning. What was the last risks you took and without knowing it, turn out to be great?