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As the mobile notary cruises around town driving from client to client they are apt to cross one of San Francisco's four bridges the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, Alvord Lake Bridge, and Lefty O'Doul Bridge.
Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Suspension Bridge uniquely shines with an international orange color also known as orange vermilion. With San Francisco having on average over 100 days a year of fog, the color had to take into account the visibility of the bridge on a gloomy foggy day for boats and cars. As a result, between the color and beautiful design, at a glance it is one of the most recognizable bridges in the world. When the notaries travel to and from San Francisco and Marin Counties, the client will be responsible for the bridge toll charges.
The bridge is tourist friendly and when the traveling notaries are taking breaks between jobs, if they just so happen to be crossing the bridge, they can stop at a designated parking lot by the bridge for a walk on the bridges sidewalk which is amiable to pedestrians, wheelchair users, and bicyclists but not allowed are skateboards, roller blades, and roller skates.
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
The Bay Bridge is slang for San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, a nice fact to know when visiting to avoid being spotted as a tourist! Be ready pay to enjoy the drive as it too like the Golden Gate bridge has toll charges. But a free light show happens nightly as the west span of the bridge brightens the hearts of locals and visitors each evening while displaying, "The Bay Lights" which was created by a light sculpture artist named Leo Villareal.
Alvord Lake Bridge
The oldest bridge in America that uses rebar and concrete is the Alvord Lake Bridge. The bridge appears to be made of stone but in reality, the concrete was designed to give stony look along with the fake stalactites underneath the bridge to give it a natural cave-like look to blend in with the surrounding area. The historical piece of art creates a chilling entrance to San Franciscos Golden Gate Park.
Lefty O'Doul Bridge
Francis "Lefty" O'Doul was born in San Francisco on March 4, 1897 and passed away at the age of 72 on December 7, 1969. He was best known for playing Baseball starting out as a left-handed pitcher with the minor-league San Francisco Seals of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. When in the Major Leagues he had the 4th highest career batting average playing mainly in New York and Boston. A fun fact Lefty helped introduce baseball to Japan. He was not only a baseball player but also a golf lover. As a golfer he was competitive and played in various events winning the Bing Crosby golf tournament in 1949. San Franciscans didn't forget him by naming a bridge and restaurant after him.
The notaries are scattered throughout the city traveling to Alamo Square, Anza Vista, Ashbury Heights, Balboa Park, Balboa Terrace, Bayview, Belden Place, Bernal Heights, Buena Vista, Butchertown, Castro, Cathedral Hill, Cayuga Terrace, China Basin, Chinatown, Civic Center, Clarendon Heights, Cole Valley, Corona Heights, Cow Hollow, Crocker-Amazon, Design District, Diamond Heights, Dogpatch, Dolores Heights, Duboce Triangle, Embarcadero, Eureka Valley, Excelsior, Fillmore, Financial District, Financial District South, Fisherman's Wharf, Forest Hill, Forest Knolls, Glen Park, Golden Gate Heights, Haight-Ashbury, Hayes Valley, Hunters Point, India Basin, Ingleside, Ingleside Terraces, Inner Sunset, Islais Creek, Jackson Square, Japantown, Jordan Park, Laguna Honda, Lake Street, Lakeside, Lakeshore, Laurel Heights, Little Hollywood, Little Russia, Little Saigon, Lone Mountain, Lower Haight, Lower Pacific Heights, Lower Nob Hill, Marina District, Merced Heights, Merced Manor, Midtown Terrace, Mid-Market, Miraloma Park, Mission Bay, Mission District, Mission Dolores, Mission Terrace, Monterey Heights, Mount Davidson, Nob Hill, Noe Valley, North Beach, North of Panhandle, Oceanview, Outer Mission, Outer Sunset, Pacific Heights, Parkmerced, Parkside, Parnassus, Polk Gulch, Portola, Portola Place, Potrero Hill, Presidio, Presidio Heights, Richmond District, Rincon Hill, Russian Hill, Saint Francis Wood, Sea Cliff, Sherwood Forest, Silver Terrace, Somisspo, South Beach, South of Market, South Park, Sunnydale, Sunnyside, Sunset District, Telegraph Hill, Tenderloin, Treasure Island, Twin Peaks, Union Square, University Mound, Upper Market, Visitacion Valley, Vista del Mar, West Portal, Western Addition, Westwood Highlands, Westwood Park, Yerba Buena
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