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I have NEVER seen Pier 39 or Fisherman's Wharf that empty--but it's been 7 years since I was there on a rainy day in winter.
Sorry you thought the aquarium was "crappy". I thought it was mediocre on the one occasion I went. Let it be known that that Pier 39 aquarium is a private tourist attraction. There are 2 good aquariums in central California for aquarium fans--the one at the Steinhart Aquarium at the Academy of Sciences and the Monterrey Bay Aquarium in Monterey.
Anyway, enjoyed these pictures like all the others and hope you enjoyed your trip.
i guess i'm just not a big fan of aquariums (it was raining outside, i had a free ticket to it, it was near my hotel, i had some time to kill before my flight) and this one was pretty small and poorly lit. the academy of sciences was much cooler, yeah
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