September 24, 2009

San francisco part III

my last couple days in s.f. were relaxing and mainly provided an opportunity to get to know this city's amazing architecture.


yet another fabulous door


i love all three of these darlings


ah, victorian exoticism


would this make a great tattoo or what?



i also visited the exploratorium and palace of fine arts.


i learned all about optics, including why sometimes my shadow would split into red and blue (always wondered you know)


bernard maybeck = genius, hence the nickname maybeck the maverick

6 comments:

  1. While
    Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf are packed with restaurants, savvy visitors
    won't want to overlook options in more distant neighborhoods such as
    Haight-Ash-bury, the Sunset, the Richmond,North Beach, and others. San
    Francisco, where dining is so fabled that some visitors flock here
    just to eat, has more restaurant options per capital than anywhere
    else across the nation.

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  2. While
    Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf are packed with restaurants, savvy visitors
    won't want to overlook options in more distant neighborhoods such as
    Haight-Ash-bury, the Sunset, the Richmond,North Beach, and others. San
    Francisco, where dining is so fabled that some visitors flock here
    just to eat, has more restaurant options per capital than anywhere
    else across the nation.

    ReplyDelete
  3. While
    Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf are packed with restaurants, savvy visitors
    won't want to overlook options in more distant neighborhoods such as
    Haight-Ash-bury, the Sunset, the Richmond,North Beach, and others. San
    Francisco, where dining is so fabled that some visitors flock here
    just to eat, has more restaurant options per capital than anywhere
    else across the nation.

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  4. More
    intimate restaurants include Michael Tusk's 15-table Quince with renowned
    pastas, Tartare, serving tuna tartare Parisian-style with a raw quail's egg
    atop, Boulette's Larder at the Ferry Building Marketplace, offering organic
    breakfast and lunch, and Jack Falstaff where the ahi tuna martini is flavored
    with white soy, topped with Oregon wasibi and green-apple granita.

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  5. More
    intimate restaurants include Michael Tusk's 15-table Quince with renowned
    pastas, Tartare, serving tuna tartare Parisian-style with a raw quail's egg
    atop, Boulette's Larder at the Ferry Building Marketplace, offering organic
    breakfast and lunch, and Jack Falstaff where the ahi tuna martini is flavored
    with white soy, topped with Oregon wasibi and green-apple granita.

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  6. San Francisco's Twin Peaks are two
    hills, nearly a thousand feet high, in the geographic center of San Francisco.
    Divided by Twin Peaks Boulevard, the two hills are the prominent shield for the
    fog. The west side of the hills is often exposed to strong winds and fog, while
    the east sides of the slopes often receive more sun and warmth.

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