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    CLICK HERE to return to Haight Street San Francisco March 2002. Maggie's school break getaway vacation with her Dad:
    Haight Street San Francisco March 2002
    Chinatown plus City Lights, Telegraph Hill and more.
    City Lights Bookstore in memory of Allen Ginsberg. We rested in the wonderful booky atmosphere. Maggie likes "Howl." Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill by bus the hard way. Famous SF murals. Nice view of city. After lunch at Fisherman's Wharf we ran into the Bushman. Lots of fun watching him with the tourists. The most artistic panhandling gimmick ever. The Asian Film Festival at the Kubuki Cinema was a pleasant surprise. Good short films, documentaries, and a feature length treatment of Vietnamese refugees in a California resettlement camp after Saigon fell.   (Continued . . . )
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    City Lights bookstore.
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    Maggie reads Ginsberg's Howl.
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    Martin buys many books . . .
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    . . . and reads but a few.
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    Martin and Maggie at Coit Tower.
    ( . . . Continued.)   Wonderful Vietnamese parasol dance by young girls on stage before the film. Cast and director interview afterwards. Met some nice people. Japanese shops and sushi bars nearby. SF Chinatown is beautiful, fun and full of life. Found authentic clay tea pots and minute cups for my tea collection. Maggie ogled the jade. Murals, shops, very nice food all around. St. Patty's Day parade rounded out sightseeing on our last day.   [CLICK HERE to return to Haight Street San Francisco March 2002 Home Page]
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    View from Telegraph Hill.
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    Maggie at Coit Tower mural.
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    Martin and orange pickers.
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    Fisherman's wharf creative streetperson.
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    Bushman 2000.
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    Maggie and Bushman.
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    Maggie and Martin . . .
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    . . . at the 20th Asian Film Festival.
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    Vietnamese Parasol Dance.
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    Busy Chinatown.
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    Chinese gentleman.
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    Chinese gentlman with parcel.
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    Thoughtful Chinese gentlman.
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    Narrow alley.
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    Maggie and Chinatown mural.
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    Our Chinatown Restaurant.
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    Tea pots in Chinatown shop.
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    Maggie and jade.
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    St. Patty's Day . . .
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    . . . on Market Street.

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