San Francisco Weekend

Spent the past weekend in SF.  The whole Sunday evening was wasted in the airport, couldn’t see the SAG Awards, nor Masterpiece Theatre’s Mansfield Park.  But from what I’ve read in some of your blogs, I didn’t miss much on the PBS’s third installment of The Complete Jane Austen.

I did have an enjoyable time in SF.  For some reasons, maybe because of the rain, I found SF, some parts of it at least, to resemble Bath, England. I know, by rational thinking, the two places cannot be more different, historic Bath and modern day SF?  But here are some of the pictures of both places:

Gay Street Bath Gay Street, Bath

Union Street SF  Union Street, SF

The Guild Hall, Bath  Guild Hall, Bath

Union Street Bldg, SF Union St. Bldg., SF

The Empire, Bath The Empire, Bath

 

 Downtown Hotel, SF

Of course, there are sights and sounds that are uniquely SF:

Fisherman’s Wharf

Crabs

 SF Streetcar

And UC Berkeley, in the rain:

UC Berkeley

Sproul Hall UC Berkeley

Broken Plates Wall

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Arti

If she’s not birding by the Pond, Arti’s likely watching a movie, reading, or writing a review. Bylines in Asian American Press, Vague Visages, Curator Magazine.

5 thoughts on “San Francisco Weekend”

  1. Arti,

    For someone that seldom travels, thank you for taking me here and there. Your Blog is definitely a window to the world. Nice shots.

    What country is next?

    Molly

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  2. :-(I am in love with Union Street! Hope you got a chance to see more of it!!
    Come back and see us …when it’s not raining! 🙂
    Never been to Ohio, I ll check your blog out in few weeks to see how it was…
    Have fun!

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  3. You really found some great look alikes!!
    We hopped on a bus on Union. What a great city with so much to see…
    We were in Bath for half a day in 2004 before I was blogging. I would be a whole lot more observant now that I blog :0)

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