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Opened in 2008 and located about 15 minutes from downtown Indianapolis, Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is conveniently located off Exit 68 on I-40. Get there by city bus, a taxi or an airport shuttle if you don't want to take your own car.
Travelers find typical flight times to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) are just over four hours on direct routes. SFO, travelers can take the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train, a city bus route or hire a taxi.
Although the Golden Gate Bridge is arguably San Francisco's most famous landmark, the Presidio is worth a look, too. The landmark is a former military base that boasts beautiful architecture and tons of history. The Palace of Fine Arts is inside the Presidio if you're an arts enthusiast.
Also, check out Chinatown. It's situated just northwest of the downtown area. The side streets, in particular, are the best places for finding eclectic wares from street vendors.
The downtown district is a popular place for people to stay when they are visiting San Francisco. Union Square is considered the heart of the hotel district and has many interesting shops and restaurants to explore.
San Francisco has a mild climate. While summers are usually dry, winters tend to be cold and wet. However, because of the city's maritime setting and topography there can be weather differences in areas that are just a few miles apart.