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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Remembering San Francisco - Vesuvio

After that last grousing post, I thought I'd show this really neat building in San Francisco and the sidewalk beside it. It's the Vesuvio Cafe, a landmark saloon established in 1948. We didn't visit it, but watched people coming and going from the restaurant across the street. Looked like a hopping place.













And right there, in an apartment over a business, someone was drying their laundry. Maybe that's where the term, 'airing dirty laundry' came from. lol



5 comments:

  1. What fun photos. I love exploring in the city.

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    1. I do too, and San Francisco has a lot of unexpected things to see.

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  2. Hi Marti...Interesting laundry photo, the screen door looks like a fence gate.
    Did you visit the spiritual reader in photo #1?
    San Francisco has that New Orleans vibe going on, never know what you're going to find down those side streets.

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    1. LOL, no we didn't go to the spiritual reader. We were making the rounds of bookstores when I took these pictures. And yes, you never know what you are going to find in San Francisco.

      I thought the door on that balcony looked like a shower door. It may just have been a big crank out window even.

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  3. Great photos! Looks like a fun trip.

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