Not to far from each other. I made this video because I heard about Wave Organ. Which he waves supply the energy to pipes to make sounds.
After parking, you’ll start to walk towards the Yacht club and their boats. It is almost hidden.
Right behind Cliffhouse near Pacific Beach is Camera Obscura.
It costs $3 to get in and you see some holograms and get to use the camera that rotates. Nothing wrong with a big of experiencing!
Found this place at Fisherman’s Wharf.
Tourist attraction. Pay and get plastic gloves and get lost!
One of my childhood heroes was Bruce Lee. Besides watching his films and buying up some stuff related to his name, I wanted to showcase some famous spots!
Bruce and Brandon Lee’s graves are in Seattle, near Broadway on Capital Hill.
Bruce Lee’s star is obviously in Hollywood.
Japantown holds the annual Tofu Festival. It is a celebration of all things tofu, soy and Japanese! There are performances and foods to try. Parking when this event happens sucks.
I’ve gone a few times, but never really took pictures.
One of the coolest things I’ve seen are the adult slides at Seward Park in San Francisco. One of the dumbest things I’ve seen is that they limit the hours because the neighborhood complains.
So they lock them up.
I can see a bunch of obnoxious young adults being drunk and stupid tho.
One of the bright spots in San Francisco at night is Coit Tower. It isn’t super tall, but going along the water front, you can’t miss it. It is a tourist attraction. During day time, it is a NIGHTMARE to go there.
There aren’t many parking spots at Coit Tower and there is a line going to Coit Tower and people waiting for people to leave.
Best thing to do is park someplace below Coit Tower (preferably on the east) and go up Filbert Steps or Greenwich Steps.
To go up Coit Tower, it is usually $6 to $9 depending on resident or non resident and then you get a 30 degree view of SF.
I usually take people at night because there are no crowds and some people hanging around. While going up will be closed, The Tower lit up is gorgeous, especially if there is a theme.
Just past the Fisherman’s wharf are, you will find Ghirardelli Square.
This is Ghirardelli’s factory, shop and cafe. Parking can be tough at times and the cafe seems to always be busy.
I do buy chocolates for friends here, but it is a nice place to just check out.
Cafe is busy, but many chocolate choices!
Artist Mark Di Suvero had on display huge steel beam structures for a few months.
Crissy Fields is a big open field between the Marina and Golden Gate Bridge.
They were massive!
It was only natural for us to play there!