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Spanish from embarcar to embark from Old Spanish from Medieval Latin imbarcāre embark
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Spanish embarcadero, from embarcar (“to embark”).
The Embarcadero Center at the east end of California Street has blocks of shops and restaurants under the complex of high rise office buildings.
Tooth Whitening has an office in the Embarcadero.
The "F Market & Wharves" trolley runs downtown San Francisco along Market St., along The Embarcadero and stops directly in front of PIER 39.
The only way to access the island is via ferry boats, which leave the piers along the Embarcadero.
The shops at Embarcadero offer both an enclosed area and there is also the outside farmer's market area, part of which is near the water and offers lovely views.
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