So after I walked out of the Starbucks this morning, I walked down this street with a sign to "Coit Tower". There was a long set of steep stairs up this hill and a spire at the top of the hill... looked like an interesting place to go, plus I wondered with the view might look like from up there.
Odd pink castle up the hill...
"Hey, where do these stairs go?
They go up..."
- Ghostbusters (One of the most well written comedies ever.)
Well, maybe I do have some photographic talent. Although, a untrained monkey probably could have taken a good shot from this spot given this fantastic scenery. Obviously, that's the Golden Gate Bridge in the distance. Perhaps New York should start painting some of its bridges. How about painting the Verrazano bridge yellow?
I'm here.... literally. The little black asterisk on the top left of the map marks my spot... but I'm also right there in the reflection. Cool, no? My tat my reflect my inner badass, but this picture definately reflects the inner dork. Check out the panorama of photos at the top of this hill by the Coit Tower below...
You know what, I'm not even going to include a picture of the tower itself, because its not nearly as cool as the view.
But you know what is cool? This guy's door...
The rest of the day I spent mostly driving. I drove down to Palo Alto to have lunch with Valarie from CM Capital at Zibbibo. I had a puttenesca pizza... good stuff.
I did visit Stanford, but I didn't take any pictures. I don't want to jinx it, because then I'll feel like a goofball. After Stanford, I drove around University Avenue... there are some great houses down on the other end. I love looking at houses. I took an architecture course in Regis and every time I look at an interesting design, I mentally add it to the list of stuff I'd like in my own house one day. I think it would be great to design my own house--with someone special of course.
A really special architect. ;)
Oh, Holian will appreciate this. On the drive back into the city, I snapped off a quick photo on the highway..
How sweet is that Vette? Its like a '70 or so. I also saw a new Mustang at Stanford. I can't decide whether or not I want a new Mustang or an older car like this. I guess it depends on whether or not I'll be driving to Greenwich everyday.