San Francisco has tourist destinations, high cost of living

San Francisco and the Golden State Warriors host games one and two of the NBA Finals. A WMUR team flew from Granite State to Golden State to take in the sights and sounds of the Celtics’ hometown. Landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street and Alcatraz attract visitors from all over the world. The Golden Gate Bridge is the most photographed bridge in the world, attracting travelers like Celtics fan Eoghan Mone from Ireland. Celtic connection,” Mone said. “Love the city, that good clam chowder.” When it comes to livability, San Francisco and Oakland are ranked by WalletHub as two of the three worst places for buyers of a first home Boston is tenth worst Gas prices are often higher than in New Hampshire WMUR has been through several gas stations in San Francisco charging $6.69 a gallon at regular pumps be a good change when we’re going home,” Vortu said. Elizabeth Ward, of Reading, Massachusetts, said San Francisco isn’t a cheap place to live, but neither is Boston. “There’s a lot here, and there’s a good quality of life, but you end up paying for it,” Ward said Game 2 in the Bay Area will be live on WMUR Sunday at 8:00 p.m.

San Francisco and the Golden State Warriors host games one and two of the NBA Finals.

A WMUR team flew from Granite State to Golden State to take in the sights and sounds of the Celtics’ hometown.

Landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street and Alcatraz attract visitors from all over the world.

The Golden Gate Bridge is the most photographed bridge in the world, attracting travelers like Celtics fan Eoghan Mone from Ireland.

“Just living in Boston, I really like the culture there. Obviously being Irish too, had that Celtic connection,” Mone said. “I love the city, that good clam chowder.”

When it comes to livability, San Francisco and Oakland are ranked by WalletHub as two of the three worst places for first-time home buyers. Boston is the tenth worst.

Gas prices are often higher than in New Hampshire. WMUR went through several gas stations in San Francisco charging $6.69 a gallon at regular pumps.

Matt Vortu of Nashua said he was “a bit shocked” by the posted price of petrol as he arrived from the airport this morning.

“It will be a good change when we go home,” Vortu said.

Elizabeth Ward of Reading, Massachusetts, said San Francisco is not a cheap place to live, but neither is Boston.

“There’s a lot here, and there’s a good quality of life, but you end up paying for it,” Ward said.

Game 2 in the Bay Area will be live on WMUR Sunday at 8:00 p.m.