San Francisco Tour | Haight-Ashbury | Golden Gate Bridge | Jimi Hendrix & The Grateful Dead House – San Francisco Video



In this video I visit the world famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and hit you with some cold hard facts about the structure, then take you on a tour of the Haight-Ashbury district, the birthplace of the hippie movement. The famous red house that belonged to Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead house, Janis Joplin’s house, it’s all here. And of course dancing hippies. And singing hippies. And stoned hippies.

It’s San Francisco.

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  1. I see you are still rockin the vids. Good things are coming your way 🙂

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  2. Hey Scotty how are ya mate? Hahaha ur soo funny! I'd love to go to San Fran! Actually I'd love to go to the States haha bucket list! I'd love to jump off that bridge 🙂 haha

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  3. flower children, beads, groovy, far out man, anti-establishment, dope, fantastic music, colorful posters, tapestry, free love, lava lamps, peace, love.

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  4. In one sense it feels like a lifetime ago and then at times it feels like yesterday. If I had a time machine I'd go back because my heart feels most at home there with the culture, the music, the protests for peace and human rights, and yes, even the free love. It was a generation taking on a revolution and finding their voice to stand up against what they felt was wrong with the so called "establishment." I remember protests against Vietnam war where the youth fought back with sit ins. The message was simple, peace, love, and understanding. The artists and their music carried a message that echoed and mirrored what so many claimed as their own personal truth. I could go on and on and on but I don't want to bogart this comment section. Once a hippie, always a hippie. Thank you for making sure you took us here Scott. As one of the older viewers here it means so much. And again, it's a pleasure to lend you a bit of support; you do so much for all of us.

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