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San Francisco University High, 2011

San Francisco University High, 2011

 

City Clues Bachelorette Party, 2011

City Clues Bachelorette Party, 2011

 

City Clues Adventures for Families, 2011

City Clues Adventures for Families, 2011

 

San Francisco University High School, 2009

San Francisco University High School, 2009

 

Saint Gabriel School, San Francisco, 2009

Saint Gabriel School, San Francisco, 2009

 

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Testimonials

SAN FRANCISCO UNIVERSITY HIGH, 2011

I was a faculty adviser on a recent school field trip led by City Clues Adventures. As the students sprinted through the various activities, I was very impressed with Linda & Beth’s organization and creativity. The questions were just the right level to be challenging but not impossible, and the wide range of different types of tasks (traditional scavenger hunts, poetry writing, skits) kept the students engaged throughout the day. I have encouraged my school to use City Clues again, and I recommend it highly to other groups who want to learn more about San Francisco and to have a lot of fun, too.
-Rebecca Whitney

CITY CLUES BACHELORETTE PARTY, 2011

One of my girl friends got engaged and placed myself and another friend in charge of her bachelorette party. I wanted something fun for the out of town folks, but nothing too expensive. I came across City Clues Adventures on Google and decided to give it a shot. I got in touch with Beth and Linda and found them to be very responsive and informative. They emailed me back promptly and were able to cater to my bachelorette theme requests. Throughout the tour they gave us various scavenger hunts to do. They gave us enough “alone time” that we didn't feel overwhelmed or crowded, but were there to give us plenty of things to keep us occupied. Linda took lots of pictures of our group and emailed them to me the day after our tour. I don’t have one negative thing to say about this tour and would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a fun, low budget activity to do with friends in San Francisco. One tip: be sure to wear comfy shoes, as there is a lot of walking. Thanks Beth and Linda for a memorable day in the city with friends!
-Lily Yichoy

CITY CLUES ADVENTURES FOR FAMILIES, 2011

We loved every minute of our City Clues Adventure! Our kids enjoyed finding treasures in China Town, and spotting clues in North Beach. Beth was an energetic, knowledgeable and friendly tour guide, who taught us many new facts about SF in an engaging, fun manner. The friendly competition added a “reality show” touch, which made the whole thing feel more like a game than a tour. As an added bonus, we met two wonderful families visiting from Holland, and even learned a few words of Dutch. Anyone visiting San Francisco with children should absolutely sign up for this tour!
-Amy G Katz

SAN FRANCISCO UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL, 2009

Our scavenger hunt began Downtown, as we divided into two competing teams. Our task was to complete five rounds of intense competition and connect with the eclectic culture of San Francisco. The first round was answering questions about the buildings around Union Square, sneaking into hotels and conversing with tourists to uncover local secrets.... Our final destination was North Beach, home to the city’s poetic heart.... City Clues was an innovative and exciting way to gain a better understanding and appreciation for our beautiful city.
-Excerpted from The Devil’s Advocate, school newspaper.

SAINT GABRIEL SCHOOL, SAN FRANCISCO, 2009

The activity that you played with us in which we split up into two teams was action packed and got adrenalin pumping through all of us. It made me feel as if I were on a TV game show like The Amazing Race.
-Nico

The scavenger hunts were amazing! While we were rushing around Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf and running down Lombard Street, we saw so many famous landmarks.
-Anna

You gave us challenges that we had to ask some of the other people. With that skill required, you helped me sharpen my bravery skill. You also helped me to better understand teamwork.
-Jamila

Finding the clues all over Chinatown was really fun and I learned a few new facts.
-Lily

Instead of making us follow you around everywhere and listen to you talk, you made our tour into a challenging and exciting scavenger hunt. I had a great time competing against some of my classmates, while working together with others at the same time. This trip made me realize how little I knew about the city I’ve lived in for so long. Thanks for making our trip not only educational, but very fun as well.
-Krystal

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