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    Most souvenirs from SF are edible ( chocolate, sour dough bread), so maybe the best remembrance might be a photo of you in front of the Golden Gate Bridge taken from the Marin Headlands, just above the north anchorage of the bridge.
    As far as LA, save your trip money. There are some nice museums, but not worth the hassle of being in LA, as far as I'm concerned. Use your LA time and money, rent a car in SF and drive down the coast to Big Sur. You will be a lot happier with your trip overall. over 8 years ago

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    That's all good advice. over 8 years ago

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    It depends on what types of souvenirs you're into, but if anyone you're buying a souvenir for likes chocolate, I suggest buying a box of See's chocolates. They sell them at the airport in SF for sure (and I'm pretty sure LA), so they're also a great last-minute souvenir. over 8 years ago

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    I would scratch LA and either go to Yosemite, if you're into hiking and outdoors, or go up to Sonoma (over Napa Valley) and spend a couple of days biking around wine country- great food and wine. As far as souvenirs a nice case of wine that you want to age that you can open over the years. Most people end up buying clothes in SF, because they don't plan on the cool nights and the fog rolling in. You will probably end up buying a scarf or sweatshirt you didn't plan on getting. You could always get a tattoo! over 8 years ago

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