Posted by: ZeBekgarbage
Deja and I wanted to visit our happy hippie girlfriends Sara (my old roommate) & Holli both from Ancient Astronaut in San Francisco for a weekend of girl vibing. We stayed in two National Historic Places in San Francisco. We’re so thankful!
The weather was a perfect escape for me since my 1955 apartment in Los Angeles only has one old wall unit A/C in the living-room entrance.
Listen and watch from my view, you can hear the cold warmth.
Via Sara Landas–
Someone making a zine!! This was the last stop Deja and I made before going home. I love me some damn good coffee, and their little desserts are yummy.
Cool thing about this place- Caffe Trieste
“A meeting place for authors and artists
The Caffé Trieste also becomes a convenient meeting place for Beat movement writers like Lawrence Ferlinghetti (still a regular) , Alan Watts, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Richard Brautigan, Bob Kaufman, Gregory Corso, Michael McClure, Kenneth Rexroth and Neeli Cherkovski, who lived in North Beach in the 1950s and 1960s. Jack Hirschman, Poet Laureate of San Francisco, has also been a regular patron. The Caffe has been featured in several movies, on television and radio and in many photography books. Francis Ford Coppola wrote much of the screenplay for The Godfather while sitting in the Caffé Trieste.”
I LOVE San Francisco, and my favorite place to stay is off of Haight St. where my homie lives.