In the northern part of San Francisco, there is a vintage enthusiast's treasure - Lombard Street's Motel Row. Not far from the much photographed "crookedest street in the world" is a stretch of utilitarian looking blocks that house about two dozen motels. These motels, made for travelers and their cars, started springing up in the... Continue Reading →
Forest Shower on Mount Sutro in San Francisco
Place: Mount Sutro Time Visited: Thursday, 1pm Crowds: Just a few people in one group and one mountain bike rider Lunch: Arizmendi's very reasonably priced pizza slice of the day, a cheese roll and any of their sweet baked goods! Arizmendi Bakery Link: Hiking Mt. Sutro Great place to go if you need some crunch of dirt... Continue Reading →
Tourist in My Own Town – Fisherman’s Wharf Charm
I have encountered many visitors to SF who have gone to Fisherman's Wharf at noon on a Sat, on a holiday weekend and have complained that "the city" is disappointing. One, Fisherman's Wharf is only part of the city and doesn't tell its whole story and two, if you are going at peak hours, it will... Continue Reading →
Why So Many Links?
I am compiling the lists of links as a research tool and a reminder of places, associations I would like to visit. Some places I have been to many times, some I have yet to visit. I plan to write more detailed descriptions for each organization in hopes that it will clarify where best to... Continue Reading →
Another blog, but MY blog.
Welcome to my blog. Like many bloggers, social media enthusiasts, people that work, I've had blogs for promoting stores, products, events. Those were fulfilling when you saw people joining in and enjoying, but for me, it was always still a job. This blog is created completely as a personal project, not only to share with others, but as... Continue Reading →