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Thirty-four hours was all the time I had to explore London. That included sleeping, something integral to ridding myself of jet lag fatigue. Being a frequent traveler, I turned to my list of sure-thing cures. Two of my favorite remedies are sunshine and activity to shake off the zombie-like curse of jet lag. However, I was in London, where guaranteed sunny days are rare even in summer. So I enlisted my other favorite option: Getting physical! Run, jog, cycle, row or dance, to be active.
Sure, the acclaimed “city by the bay” boasts a cultured culinary scene, cable cars, and the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge, but the San Francisco Bay area is also home to one of the largest urban parks in the world.
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), a sweeping swath of bay and ocean shoreline, encompasses 59 miles of sublime outdoor paradise with an endless variety of excursions—from hiking and mountain biking to windsurfing and sea kayaking—for every level of adventurer.
About Gigi’s New Hiking Guide
Best Easy Day Hikes Oklahoma City includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for 19 easy-to-follow trails where hikers of all skill levels can watch wildlife, trek alongside lakes and rivers, and enjoy the sunset.
FalconGuides; First edition (July 24, 2012)