If you visit S. Francisco you can’t miss Sausalito. This place near the northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge has a unique flavor. For those who love waterfront views, houseboats are the perfect alternative to traditional houses. While some are semi-permanently moored to docks for utilities, others are capable of water travel. Houseboats are made out of everything from train, cars, to aluminum to bamboo. Houseboat living is a quintessentially experience. Wake up to lapping waves. Fall asleep to the sounds of seals. Run errands by kayak. This is a real Community developed rapidly as a shipbuilding center in World War II, the city’s industrial character gave way in postwar years to a reputation as a wealthy and artistic enclave, a picturesque residential community and a tourist destination. To this day Sausalito is a lively place where a ‘bohemienne’ lifestyle floats on the waves of a peaceful harbor.
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