Golden Gate Heights (San Francisco, CA)
By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Broker, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(Elizabeth Anne Weintraub, Broker)
Thanks to Lottie Kendall, I finally made it to see the Mosaic steps in San Francisco. My husband wanted to push off that excursion to our last day there, but that's when I had scheduled a massage, and we would not have gone. It would have been dangerously too close to our departure time to catch the B.A.R.T. to Richmond.Come to think of it, that's probably why he wanted to delay that tourist attraction. Because he preferred instead to go an early dim sum in Chinatown. That way he could sound like he was in favor of the trip but it would not happen. But as these things go, you know what we did. You can read more in my personal blog today and see all of the photographs, including a suprise bonus I was not expecting, at this link: The Mosaic Stairs in San Francisco Offers Panoramic Views.
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By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
Almost everyone has heard about the hills of San Francisco. Many of you have driven or walked up and down them, happily or otherwise. And many of you have discovered some of the many staircases we walk up and down taking us to our destinations, or simply providing exercise and a sense of adventure. These staircases are scattered in every neighborhood across town, from Telegraph HillĀ  across town to the ocean; in Pacific Heights and in Bernal Heights. I have written before about the Lyon Street stairs, and about some on Russian Hill and in the Eureka Valley. Entire books have been written about staircases in the City, including perhaps the most famous book of all, Stairway Walks in San Francisco by Adah Bakalinsky. My treasured, well-thumbed copy is old, dating back to 1992, and some of ...
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