Haight-Ashbury is one of the most famous neighborhoods in San Francisco. The neighborhood is most famous for its role as a center of the 1960s hippie movement, reaching a peak in 1967, the "Summer of Love". With this liberal backdrop, ... 

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Painted Doors

April 2011

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Painted Victorian Doorways in Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, San Francisco

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April 2011

Haight Street sign, not quite the famous one, but you get the idea.

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December 2014

Beers at Cervecería de Mateveza

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December 2014

Checking out murals in Clarion Alley

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December 2014

Intricate mural created by a San Francisco–based artist

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December 2014

Our guide Ari leading the way

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December 2014

Clarion Alley in the Mission

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December 2014

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Looking at the graffiti art at Clarion Alley

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December 2014

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Learning about the original Mission, Mission Dolores

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December 2014

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Meeting new people over a nice cold beer

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December 2014

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21st Amendment Brewery

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December 2014

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Enjoying a beer at 21st Amendment Brewery

Back to the sixties

August 2014

It's me in front of the bus at the Conservatory of flowers in Golden Gate Park. What a fantastic ride!

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