A pampered vacation in the Castro. It's a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom suite in a 1890's San Francisco Victorian with its own private entrance. It has a 6 foot jacuzzi tub, a shower, a sitting room, a full size refrigerator, a microwave, dining room table, 4 dining room chairs, 4 stuffed arm chairs, airport pick-up & drop-off, 24/7 full concierge service, free laundry, board games, free parking, free newspaper, free premium DirecTv w/ 100's of free movies, rejuvenating facial mask, excellent nail parlor nearby, goldfish in your room upon request, public transportation outside your door, free sightseeing, free bubble bath in 31 flavors, day spa with indoor pool & massages,shopping district including historic Castro Theater 2 blocks away, San Francisco historic cable car line 4 blocks away, corner store less than 1 block. I've been living in San Francisco for 30 years and my partner is born and raised San Franciscan and we hope to make this your most memorable trip to San Francisco.
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1906 film camera mounted on the front of a cable c: An astonishing blend of horses, wagons and cars - no street lights but plenty of jay walkers. Amazing how dressed up most of the pedestrians are. This is fascinating.
This film was 'lost' for many years. It was the first 35mm film ever. It was taken by camera mounted on the front of a cable car. The amount of automobiles is staggering for 1906. Absolutely amazing! The clock tower at the end of Market Street at the Embarcadero wharf is still there. (I'm also wondering ... how many 'street cleaning' people were employed to pick up after the horses? Talk about going green!)
Great historical film worth watching.