Haight Street, San Francisco
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Haight Street, in San Francisco, is perhaps best known as the principal street in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district, also known as Upper Haight. It stretches from Market Street to Stanyan Street, at Golden Gate Park. It is named after California pioneer and exchange banker Henry Haight (1820–1869).Add Haight Street to your San Francisco travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our San Francisco itinerary planner.
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Fun place to go people watching, and very cool architecture as well. It's a bit crazy, so expect it to be a unique experience. Shops are interesting, nor your typical shopping experience.
１９６０年代ヒッピーの発祥地というヘイトアッシュベリー、ゴールデンゲートパーク散策後に行きました。 古着屋が多い印象です、お店に入ると時代がさかのぼる感じです。 個性的な人もたくさんいました。In the 1960s went after walking around Golden Gate Park, the cradle of hippie hate Ashbery. It seems back era is impressed many thrift shop. There were many unique people.show original
The place where hippy culture started. Its a long street with small and lovely houses. You may pick any small and nice restaurant to have something to eat, it will be good. Painting on walls are very ... read more »
I am surprised at all the good reviews. My appointment was at 9:30am but I went at 9:00am to fill out the paperwork and hoping they would take me early. I filled out the paperwork and the receptionist said they could only take me at 9:30am. So I went across the street for a rushed bagel. When I retuned she said to take my time because they were running 30mins behind. This was very unprofessional and wanted to warn anybody that is thinking of using them for any kind of dental work.
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