Monday, January 9, 2012

On SF Travel: The Seward Street Slides

Seward Street Slides

Have you ever imagined San Francisco’s hills as the ultimate downhill slolem? Built into a steep hillside on a former vacant lot, the Seward Street Slides might just be your dream come true.

My latest article is up on SF Travel: Seward Street Slides: Great and Unusual San Francisco

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San Diego on the Cheap -- Part 2: Tour the USS Midway With a Few Hundred Rowdy Veterans
San Diego on the Cheap -- Part 3: STOP ACTING WEIRD, or Ghost Hunting at The Whaley House
And I didn't throw up, not even once: The Great Fisherman's Wharf Clam Chowder Crawl of 2012

4 Responses to “On SF Travel: The Seward Street Slides”

  1. Amazing photography!

  2. Thank you! It was a pretty weird thing to photograph.

  3. I went there last week. Great fun. I’ve heard of one more of these in Berkeley and was wondering if there are more of these in the US?

  4. I’ll have to find the one in Berkeley! Thanks for the tip.

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