San Francisco is famous for a lot of reasons: fog, hills (44 of them!), cable cars and talented bell-ringing drivers, incredible local food and drink scene, the three-time World-Champion San Francisco Giants, unique historical neighborhoods, the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, the San Francisco Bay and Pacific Ocean coast, and on and on! For 46.9 square miles, there’s a lot to see and do!
Welcome visitors to beautiful and eclectic San Francisco! Welcome to the tens of thousands who are participating in the five day Oracle OpenWorld 2016! While you are here for #OOW, enjoy your time and also take good care of your health. Traveling and giving your all at major events like Oracle OpenWorld can be demanding on your overall health. Make sure you are in winning form by eating well, staying hydrated, sleeping enough and exercising daily.
San Francisco is a great city for sightseeing by walking and biking, even with all those hills. September tends to be San Francisco’s warmest month. However, the locals always bring a second layer (or two!) for when the fog does roll in. It’s a pretty sight, but it can be chilly.
Near the Moscone Center, discover Yerba Buena Gardens, with the inspiring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, a welcoming green public space, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), venues for ice skating, bowling, tea, hamburgers, and a restored historic San Francisco carousel.
You could also visit the newly re-opened and expanded SFMOMA with unique public spaces, a living wall, the impressive Fisher collection, which includes a gallery of Alexander Calder’s inventive sculptures. Also not to be missed, are the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Museum of the African Diaspora (MOAD) and the California Historical Society, all within walking distance.
You will have plenty of energy to do sightseeing — keynote speeches, visit vendors, attend must-see sessions and demos, network with new contacts, and be ready to rock out to Sting and Gwen Stefani playing live at this year’s Oracle Appreciation Night — because you are going to visit the Got Vitamin B12 Happy Hour at least once, right? Maybe even twice!
Let Got Vitamin B12 keep the pep in your more-defined-calf-muscle step (from all that walking!). Vitamin B12 is good for sleeping too! Who doesn’t want to sleep well at the hotel? Plus, you can drink the excellent local coffee, and let Vitamin B12 energize and refuel you — without depleting your adrenals, like too much caffeine can.
All the best,Got Vitamin B12 Team
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