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Expat Health Insurance News: Walking recommended in San Francisco

Expatriates health insurance customers can combine their desire to get to know their new home with health benefits in San Francisco.

People who have recently moved to the city might be interested to hear that a walk along the Embarcadero waterfront is a highly-recommended activity.

Angela Jackson, media relations international director at the San Francisco Travel Association, said: "Walking along the Embarcadero waterfront – starting from the Ferry Building and ending across the Golden Gate Bridge, about three miles one-way."

She also suggested an "easy hike through the remodelled Lands End trail" in order to see the vestiges of ship wrecks and "stunning cliffs with views of the Golden Gate Bride".

Overseas medical insurance customers could be further tempted to take a walk around the city after Maria Castellina, spokeswoman for Ramblers, said that walking can improve mental and physical health.

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