Post II about my adventures in San Francisco. We spent a good amount of time hanging out in The Mission and North Beach, where I chased the ghosts of Beatniks past through the alleys. Safe to say, I officially heart San Francisco.
Dolores Park : where all the cool cats hang
Chillin' at Dolores Park
The Mission is filled with amazing street art.
View from Coit Tower
This cracked me up. I found it in The Beat Museum.
Inside of City Lights
Vesuvio is right across the alley from City Lights and it was a popular hangout for writers including Kerouac and Dylan Thomas. (If you didn't already pick up on it, I have a slight obsession with Beatnik writers and I made a point to see these places while I was in California.) Aside from being a historical space, it's also just a really cool bar.
Modern girl dressed like Bettie Page in Beatnik bar. You'd think she was posing for me or something.
Inside of Vesuvio
The Buena Vista - the best Irish Coffee I've ever had outside of Ireland.
The beautiful Palace of Fine Arts
View of the city from Lombard Street