Paradiso bears a resemblance to San Francisco's Presidio both in name and in physical beauty. Furthermore, the Presidio is a highly affluent area, situated on the lush northern coast of the San Francisco peninsula. Similarly, the residents of Paradiso are diverse, wealthy, and relatively laid-back, as the surrounding beauty tends to add a gentility to the area. This hilly, verdant neighborhood provides opportunities for grabbing both scenic photographs and expensive automobiles. Paradiso also contains a modestly appointed safehouse costing $20,000.
- Paradiso Safehouse
- At the southwestern end of Paradiso, on the corner of the large complex of buildings with the alleyway behind it (north side of the street)
- Parked outside a condominium on the steep street at the northwestern edge of Paradiso, just south of the Gant Bridge approach.
- Paradiso is often (incorrectly) thought to be the Spanish word for 'paradise', which is actually 'paraiso'. Paradiso is actually Italian for 'paradise,' or 'heaven'.
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