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Lombard Street San Francisco

Lombard Street offers not only steep curves, but also fantastic views across the San Francisco Bay. Of course, there are always a lot of tourists there.


San Francisco Lombard Street

Lombard Street seen from the bottom. You may remember the street from the movie "What's up Doc" starring Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neill. This is one of the (many) streets of the car chase at the end of the movie.

Lombard Street

Lombard Street, this time seen from the Telegraph Hill with my 300mm telephoto lens. Now you know why it is called "The Crookiest Street of the World".

Church of Saints Peter & Paul San Francisco

The beautiful Church of Saints Peter & Paul will be on your way to Coit Tower.


Coit Tower

The view from Coit Tower is fantastic. To the North-West, you can see Alcatraz Island sitting in the Bay of San Francisco...


View from Coit Tower San Francisco

...and to the East, you see the Bay Bridge with the Ferry Building and the Financial Disctrict.

Caffe Trieste San Francisco

On your way down, do not miss out the Caffe Trieste. They make fantastic Espresso and Cappucino, true Italian style. It's like a vacation during the vacation. :-)


Caffe Trieste

Caffe Trieste is serving the community from Telegraph Hill since 1956 and has preserved its unique style.

Museum of Modern Art San Francisco

The Museum of Modern Art in San Franscisco with the Yerba Buena Gardens in front.

Sea Lion Rock at Fisherman's Wharf

Right next to Pier 39 at Fisherman's Wharf you will find the Sea Lion Rocks of San Francisco. Nobody knows exactly why they are here, but they seem to like it.


Sea Lions Pier 39

The sea lions at Pier 39 are quite loud and rather smelly, but they look wonderful, don't you think?

Pier 39 San Francisco

The main entrance of Pier 39. And here, you will also find the San Francisco Seaplane Base and its ticket booth. We could not resist...

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