The only thing I know about the prominent destinations in San Francisco prior to my arrival here in San Francisco are the Union Square and the Golden Gate Bridge. I never knew that the amazing Ruins of Sutro Baths and the scenic Sutro Heights Park exists.
Sutro Baths according to google is the largest public saltwater swimming pool complex that opened in 1896. The baths struggled for years due to high maintenance costs. It caught fire in 1966 and was never rebuilt. All that remains are the concrete walls and passageways. Sutro Heights Park on the other hand (meters away from Sutro Baths) is a park that offers the best scenic view of the Ocean Beach.
Though the ruins aren’t really old, but the sight and feel it offers is something sentimental to the point of being romantic. Both location offers a little history on what it was like to be in majestic San Francisco decades ago. Thanks to the front desk staff who pointed me to this amazing location.