If You’re Going to San Fransisco…

Every time I spend some time in San Fransisco, I want to spend more time in San Fransisco.

It’s just adorable!

**The transit is adorable (or at least what’s left of the cable car system.)

#sanfrancisco #cablecar #transit

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Old school

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**This summer San Fransisco is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the “Summer of Love.”

There’s a great exhibit at the de Young Museum

"Summer of Love"

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Here are some cool black light posters from that summer of 1967

Wheeee!

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Jerry’s Hat

Jerry's hat #gratefuldead

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Hippie ‘hood cleanup

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**San Fransisco also has a lot of Asian culture:

Here’s a Japanese typewriter from 1940–which makes you understand how flexible thinking in Japan was not a big thing in the run up to WWII.

Whoa. This was a Japanese typewriter in 1940!

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Here’s a model of a Japanese castle at the Japantown Mall

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Also a nice Japantown lunch

Lunch!

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And some tea and mochi at the Japanese Garden

Snacktime

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Some street art in Chinatown

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A Chinese dessert being made in Chinatown

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**And of course, San Fransisco is just cool:

The classic Tonga room:

Whoa

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#1 #happyhour

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#books #latergram

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#books

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And in honor of “Summer of Love”

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  1. Byron King says:

    A very interesting way of describing SF. If a picture is worth a thousand words (maybe ten thousand if I’m writing,) then this is a cool mini-travelogue. Nice!