A walk to China Town of San Francisco from Union Square || California Diaries

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences.



During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. 

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. 

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg. 

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.




As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets. 

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church.
During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.



During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs. 

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. 

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost.

During recent official trip to San Francisco, I was staying around Union Square and planned to walked till China Town. Before reaching the town, I had read a lot about China Town on internet and planned to check out some stuff in these markets. This post shares some photographs from streets around China town, it's shop and our experiences. We were staying in Hilton hotel and China town is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel. We picked a map from the reception and headed towards China Town. After walking for few minutes you see above gate, which indicates the entry to China Town of San Francisco. This market is quite popular for buying electronic stuff and cheap stuff. The colorful shops of China town have variety of stuff. They have always some lucrative deals posted outside, which would make you decide to have a look. After crossing these huge buildings of Union Square you suddenly reach streets with 4 storey buildings and most of them are either shops or restaurants. There are some interesting eating places in the market, but mainly for folks who eat non-veg.As we were walking in these streets, we noticed varied performances happening. There were some very talented folks on the street, who were singing, playing music or doing some acts. I was super impressed by this man who was playing drum with empty containers & bottles of different size, shape and material. That was pretty interesting. Later I realized that lot of folks in San Francisco were doing it. Seemed like a common practice on streets.There are few churches around Chinatown in San Francisco. We didn't go inside these churches except the one which had huge lawn in front of it. This church was located just next to the China Town - Saints Peter and Paul Church. China town offers some great deals on these souvenirs. If you plan to buy the same stuff at Union Square or other places, you will find it costly. But condition is that you need to buy in larger quantity. Larger means 4+ for these souvenirs.This man was sitting still without any movement and for a moment we though that it's a statue installed here. This was our first sight and then we again noticed such things in various parts of the city. btw, we didn't buy anything from Chinatown and then realized that suvnirs could have been bought from there. Later I bought the same stuff at Union Square at 50% times more cost. I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast.

I am not sure if I should recommend this place for all the travellers visiting San Francisco, but it can be an interesting experience to see such place adjacent to Union Square which has huge contrast. 

8 comments:

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder said...

Definitely a very colourful experience for you. Loved the lady's performance.... :-)

thetalesofatraveler.com said...

Beautiful pictures... china town is always so vibrant and colourful

Traveling Rockhopper said...

nice colours!

rupam sarma said...

Beautiful pics

Archana Chaurasia Kapoor said...

awesome pics... i love frisco... my fav... union square :-)

D.Nambiar said...

Wasn't it such a delight to walk through SF's Chinatown? It's a great place for window shopping and taking pictures. I've got a couple of posts on this place.

I'm already looking forward to my next trip there.

If only parking was not much of an issue there!

The Chinese New year parade that happens here is a great event. I hope you get to travel around that time. I'm sure it'll be a great photo op for you. :)

Lovely images as always, VJ. :)

VJ Sharma said...

Maniparna - Yes, I also loved her performance.

TToT - That's true. It's a very different place in the city.

TR & Rupam - (Y)

Archana - Union Square is the best place to roam around.


DN - Now I know the right person to contact for planning my next trip to Califronia :)

joshi daniel said...

that looks like a colourful walk :)

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