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San Francisco Cable Car

We started our trip in San Francisco, the wonderful city at the Pacific Ocean. One of the main attractions is the old "Cable Car" system.

San Francisco Cable Car Powell

The Cable Cars are omnipresent, like here in Powell Street.

Market Street San Francisco

This building is located at the Market Street, close to the Financial District of the city.

Transamerica Pyramid San Francisco

The Transamerica Pyramid is one of the fantastic skyscrapers that shape the skyline of San Francisco. If you walk down Columbus Street, you will see the building as on the photo.

Union Square San Francisco

In these buildings, directly at the Union Square, resides the State of California.

China Town Grant Street San Francisco

The Cathay House in China Town is always good for a shot with a Cable Car in front, even if the weather was far from perfect here.

China Town San Francisco

China Town is a busy quarter where Chinese traditions are held up high, and the mixture of Western and Chinese culture makes it an attractive place to visit.

Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge, seen from the Northern shore. In the back, you can see the houses of Russian Hill.

Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco

Another shot of the Golden Gate Bridge, again from the North shore, with the Coit Tower, the Transamerica Pyramid, and the Financial Disctrict.

Photo of the Golden Gate Bridge

The next day we had more luck with the weather, and the bridge was looking fantastic against the clear blue sky.


Alcatraz island, the former prison, best known from the movie "The Rock", as seen from Hyde Street.

Cable Car Hyde Street San Francisco

You can reach Hyde Street easily by Cable Car. This will allow you to hop off at Lombard Street, also known as "The Crookiest Street of the World"...

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