Golden Gate Bridge



San Francisco - Diverse & Unique

When most people think of San Francisco, they think of the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, or cable cars climbing fog-covered hills. Although these are wonderful and unique sights, San Francisco is much more than Alcatraz tee shirts and cable car keychains. I think the true beauty of the City by the Bay is her cultural and ethnic diversity and tolerance of alternate lifestyles. One of the definitions of cultural diversity is "the variety of human societies or cultures in a specific region." Where else could you jump on a bus to Little Italy or a cable car to Chinatown, or drink tea in a real Japanese tea house, or wake up to the sound of Mission Dolores' bells on a Sunday morning? One need only walk through her neighborhoods to get a true sense of the real San Francisco. Please click on the images below to visit some of my favorites.
San Francisco Sights



      Linda Flanagan
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Japanest Tea Garden Hearts in San Francisco Mission District Murals San Francisco Neighborhoods