Tag Archives: San Francisco

California Gold Rush, Rainbows and Fireworks

Gold Rush #1 The California Gold Rush of 1848-1855, almost overnight transformed the sleepy port town of San Francisco of about 200 Residents in 1846 to a Boomtown of about 36,000 by 1852. Truth and Lies, Rights and Oppression Approximately … Continue reading

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San Francisco On A Quiet Day

Take away all the dizzying noisy crowded tourist destinations, and one can actually see the real San Francisco. Simple, transparent, laid back, beautiful, haunting, a City unique yet universally home to every person who choose to be a part of … Continue reading

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San Francisco, Is It Still America’s Greatest City By The Bay?

We haven’t seen Downtown San Francisco since the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown in March 2020. So it was a shocker to see it as it is now. On a normally busy Saturday, it looks almost like a ghost town. The city … Continue reading

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Once Upon A Time In San Francisco

There was a time San Francisco is a city of welcoming smiles, positivity and endless fun. It was the perfect weekend escape and getaway. It was home away from home. So, today, there will be no COVID-19 nor hundreds of … Continue reading

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Cliff House, Lands End San Francisco

It was the year of Superblooms. I haven’t seen this part of San Francisco this magical. We walked along patches and patches of wildflowers. The cliffs were carpeted pink. It was a wonderland. Nature gave us a rare glimpse of … Continue reading

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