My hometown, San Francisco

Hey guys, sorry I did not post last week. I was with family that I have not seen in years. This post will be about my hometown San Francisco. 

San Francisco is the city of counter culture. Many movements started here like the gay rights and the free love movements. 

The city by the bay is famous of it’s bridges. One bridge that is usually left in the shadow is the Bay Bridge. This bridge was destroyed during the 80’s earthquake. It was rebulit and became a symbol to locals. We San Franciscans view this bridge as sign of inspiration to get back up when you fall. 

Coit tower, as shown in the picture above, is a beautiful landmark. Make sure visit it, when you are in the city by the bay.  There are paintings and artworks for sale.

San Francisco is the most beautiful city in California and the western hemisphere. My views might be a little biased; however, you can not blame me. When you come here, you will understand the reason people leave thier hearts in San Francisco. 

Thank you for reading!! Excuse the late post. Spending time with family is worth all the money in the world. Next week, we will  be in Munich, Germany. Stay safe!!

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30 thoughts on “My hometown, San Francisco

  1. THanks for liking my post on driving in France. San Francisco is very near to my home town and you were VERY economical in talking about each picture. In particular, visitors should know about the paintings INSIDE Coit Tower, which were done by WPA artists during the depression. Little-known fact: there is an apartment half-way up the tower. You have to be in the know to live there, but it is definitely the coolest place to live in SF – and after hours you can use the whole tower with its cool lobby for your partying!

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      1. Haha i hope you had the mission style burrito. Yes, check out Marin county, certain parts of the city of Oakland and san Jose. You will see all the different of types cuisines that san Francisco has to offer.

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