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The Painted Ladies in Alamo Square

Alamo Square is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in San Francisco.  A row of Victorian houses on Steiner Street known as the “Painted Ladies” are often featured in photos of the city’s downtown area. 16 more words


California Part 6: San Francisco! Cable Cars, Alcatraz & Biking the Golden Gate Bridge

Our next day in San Francisco began with a brief walk to the cable car turnaround. We had tried to ride a cable car the morning before but the line gets long fast if you don’t arrive as soon as the cars begin running. 851 more words


Bay To Breakers

It took several months but on January 1, 1972, I began running again.  The focus was getting ready for the Bay To Breakers.  Also, I wanted to try running a marathon since the Summer Olympics would be happening during the summertime.   317 more words

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Gary and Hannah

“This is the most touristy spot to take a photo of a local.”

Painted Ladies and Bubble Tea Cotton Candy in San Francisco

This weekend I had to tick the last few boxes on my list of San Francisco attractions before I head back to Austin.

My first stop was… 453 more words