Downtown San Francisco

Downtown San Francisco is home to a street named after Jack Kerouac, the Beat Museum, the only place (apart from, perhaps, Paris) where you find first-hand information about the literate rock’n’roll existences of Ginsberg and his pals, the Café Trieste where the Godfather’s script was written, a fortune cookie factory in Chinatown with exceptionally unfriendly staff, but who cares when you get a massive bag with warm cookies for $3, and the Coit Tower where we got stuck in the ancient elevator. Those ten minutes came to a highlight when a three-year old whispered: “Mum, are we all gonna die now?” Nervous laughter. “No, but what about an extraordinary view over bridges, bays and other Californian buzz instead, Darling?”

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