Friday, March 02, 2018

San Francisco - Part I



First Impressions

Our recent San Francisco trip began when we landed in the SFO airport and then took a fragrant trip via the Bart to the downtown area. After checking into our quaint hotel room we headed out for a stroll along Post Street where we discovered the astounding Britex fabric shop:



Nearby was the site of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed V.C. Morris gift shop, now an Italian menswear store. Fortunately, its original decor has been retained:



The shop’s most congenial doorman tried to interest the Weaver in the purchase of this stylish scooter, $7k, about the same price as eight dress shirts were inside:



Afterwards, we ate at Sear’s (autoplay video at the link), a venerable San Francisco restaurant.  We passed on its famous Swedish pancakes, enjoying a proper dinner while admiring the faux photographic family history that adorned its walls:





See all the FITK San Francisco posts here.

By Professor Batty



1 Comments:

Blogger Jono said...

I must assume the wage scale is relatively high there. And I thought hoodies had gotten expensive.

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