Graffiti art, busking, a place to walk with a cup of coffee in the old emotional city! ~
San Francisco is an interesting place. Back in San Francisco, use Google to navigate past before the rental car is returned. It's not very far from downtown San Francisco. It's about 20 minutes'drive. Parking near this street was very inconvenient. After several laps, a parking space was found two blocks away. The Hippie District, once a symbol of American freedom, has now turned into a distinctive commercial street with many strange shops selling animal specimens, medieval clothes and horror-themed items. It's fun to just look at the window decorations. Although there are not many hippies in the street as before, we can also meet a few when we walk a few steps. We even meet three men who are walking in the street. They should be frequent visitors in this street, because after a few steps, they will stop and greet the people around them happily.
Hippy Street is the birthplace of Hippie psychedelics, and now it has become a fashionable shopping street, focusing on fashion fashion clothing of various brands. In addition, there are also some distinctive punk style cultural shops, as well as some shops specializing in nostalgic antique clothing. Women's thigh models with sexy black silk and red high heels and outstretched windows are the landmarks of Hippy Street and the punch-in place that every visitor here must go through.
The second-hand clothes at the Hippie Antique Shop in San Francisco took a fancy look at the fallen leaves on the street and let them fly. Hippies'paradise is also a good scene for fashionable people to shoot, posters everywhere, graffiti everywhere, and the smell everywhere, too free, too artistic, too free.