San Francisco must visits?

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Hey NT. I'm gonna be in SF next month and I did read the "Coming to SF?" thread, but I don't have a whole lot of time to shop, maybe like a day, and SF has sooooo many places and I haven't looked at how close or far apart they are, so my question is, if I had one day to see the best of the best in SF, what are the stores that I MUST go to before leaving? thanks all.

p.s. I'm from Michigan, so I also want to find some clothes and shoes that I won't be able to find back home. Something that is really from SF.
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Haight St. is a great place to start, especially for clothes. Also, Union Square is a must, if nothing more than NTSF. I'm not a local though...
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Anywhere around 3rd Street and Harbor Rd.
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Jaymatik

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If you're short on time, then hit Haight Street first and then definitely check out Union Square. If you love seafood, then visiting Fisherman's Wharf is a must!
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Haight St. is a must. if your really short on time I recommend going to Union Square. A lot of spots like Huf and Niketown are in walking distance.
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Is haight street and Union square close to each other?


and how close is it to chinatown...i too am heading up there for a day from socal. so...jsut tryin to plan it out..
 
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Thanks for all the help guys, I really appreciate it
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^^hiaght st is about 4 miles from union square. yull need to take the bus or taxi. im assuming a taxi is only $10 but will not be more than $15 if u got an honest driver. chinatown and downtown are right next to each other. the entrance to chinatown is on grant and sutter which is only 3 blocks from the niketown. u can easily walk downtown and chinatown in a couple of hours. yull need transportation to haight st. though. i would recommend a bus to take cause they have busses that go staight there from downtown but i cant remember cause the last time id rode the bus was in 96!
 
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