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Haight Ashbury. Back in the mid-1960s, this was perhaps the most famous intersection in the world, a place where young people came to from all over the world in search of love and peace.
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Today it's worth a visit just to see the beautiful Victorian houses that surround the area.
Hanging out on Union Square and enjoying the sun. Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Tiffeny surround the square.
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The Dewey Monument in Union Square, which commemorates Admiral Dewey's victory at Manilla during the Spanish-American war of 1898.
This picture cost me a slice of pizza! (Blondies Pizza!) I put the plate down on a railing to snap the picture, and poof the wind blew the plate over the railing.
Climbing on the famous San Francisco Cable Car Trolley.
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From the front of the Trolley looking down the hill into the San Francisco Bay.
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Looking back down (and up) Greenwich Street.
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And the flowers.
Lombard Street in the distance. Click on the picture to see an enlargement.
Coit Tower and a statue of Christopher Columbus.
Looking out to the bay from Coit Tower.
One of many fabulous murals inside Coit Tower. The Coit Tower murals were carried out under the auspices of the Public Works of Art Project, the first of the New Deal federal employment programs for artists.
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Looking down from the observation deck of Coit Tower.
Inside Coit Tower, you can pay to take an elevator up to the observation deck.
The bay bridge from observation deck of Coit Tower. The observation deck has a 360 degree view of San Francisco.
Different architecture side-by-side.
Back to Union Square and a wine bar.
Union Square musicians.
The Golden Gate Bridge.
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Golden Gate Bridge and highway.