Garden of the Gods
Garden of the Gods – FREEThis place should be a National Monument, but there's a reason why it's not. The land was donated to the city with the contractual understanding that it would be designated as a city park and an entrance fee would never be charged. You can drive around the loop and choose to hike as many trails as you wish, if you can find a parking space. It is free, that is true, but if you go to the visitor center, you will be charged to watch their 15-minute film, eat at their café, or buy something from the gift shop. I'm just waiting for them to start charging for parking.
Far away from the chaotic streets of San Francisco lies an island usually called as "The Rock" and houses a prison which anyone will never dare to escape from. This beautiful island of Alcatraz also having a magnificent light house offshore of California is a famous and wonderful attraction of San Francisco. The famous prison and the lighthouse are historical landmarks and engineering marvels in the history of San Francisco and is now maintained by the National Park Service.
Everglades Safari Park
Another thing to cross off the list : Everglades National Park.Count around $45 for the trip, there is lots of different alligator farms / bus tours. I went with Safari Park, pick up from my accommodation.You're gonna look so cute with those orange ear plugs in ! It rained a bit but we saw 3 huge alligators (you can see in the video).After the boat tour you have a little show to attend. FYI - if you wanna hold a baby alligator they ask $5.Question. If you’ve been to this place are you or are you not totally shocked that they sell alligator to eat !?? I don’t know how I feel about that.