Eddie Bear's Trip to San Fransico.
I Took TONS of photos...
Here are a few that represent the trip!
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The Iconic Golden Gate Bridge Crossed it by foot, car, helicopter and Mack Fire Truck (scroll down to see it).
Break the rules, go to prison - break the prison's rules - go to ALCATRAZ! I didn't do nothin...
The Oakland-Bay Bridge After walking the hills, a Cable car ride is appreciated!
Lombard Street - A steep one block brick road of 8 tight hair pin turns Yes, I drove down it!
Entrance to China Town - The Dragon Gate China Town -Background: Transamerica Pyramid, the tallest skyscraper in S.F.
Coit Tower - 210-foot tower in the Telegraph Hill neighborhood 378 stairs to get up to this point... I swear it felt like 500 going back down the other side
"Cupid's Span" - a sculpture along the waterfront Fisherman's Warf - A tourist Mecca.
Crossed the Golden Gate is this beauty - A 1955 Mack Fire truck. Ferry Building featuring a 245-foot tall clock tower
Haight - Ashbury: Popular Hippie hangout in the 60's (The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin)  These days, it's high rent and nostalgia shops. 
"Postcard Row" - Victorian houses set in the foreground of the city skyline Rodin's "Thinker", at the Legion of Honor - Fine Arts Museum
One of the best-kept secrets in San Francisco, tucked away in the Presidio Saw original light sabers, costumes, etc. and got to meet this guy.
The Walt Disney Family Museum - Animation Cells, models, awards, memorabilia etc. The Pacific Ocean - yes, I HAD to go in.  Bit cool, but fun!
Palace of Fine Arts 21-ft tall safety pin at the De Young Museum sculpture garden
USS Pampanito- 6 war patrols from 1944 to 1945 and served as a training ship from 1960 to 1971 I'm discovering that Submarines were NOT intended for large individuals :)
Charles M. Schulz Museum - dedicated to the works of Charles Schulz. The Schultz Museum even had THE KITE EATING TREE!
Just outside the city - Communing with Nature. Must be something in the California Air - had a sudden urge to hug a Sequoia tree.

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