We took a bus from outside the hotel to up to Haight-Ashbury, famously the home of hippy culture in the late 60s. The shop fronts were all painted gorgeous bright colours, offering vintage clothing, records and books. We came across Sparrow Bar and Kitchen where we stopped for breakfast. I went for the almond flour pancakes, which were definitely a lot dryer than the other pancakes I'd tried, but delicious nonetheless. Ash had a Sparrow farm breakfast, complete with 'fingerlings!'
The corner of Haight-Ashbury, once a symbol of the Summer of Love, is now a Ben & Jerry's... All of the houses in the area are SO beautiful, and I'd definitely like to think that if I moved to SF, I'd live in Hashbury.
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