We walked down to North Beach, the Italian district of San Francisco.  This is Saints Peter and Paul Church, just off of Washington Square.

We found a cafe (Cafe Puccini) and had a morning snack.

We then browsed City Lights bookstore, where the Beat poetry movement started.

Time for lunch, we hopped a bus to Vino e Cucina.  This is an Italian restaurant with great food.  I had a Panini and Ryan had a huge calzone.

Took the bus back to Chinatown and had a crazy bus driver.  At a stop, passengers were entering through the rear door and we started yelling at them...asking if it was normal to enter a bus through the rear door.  He wouldn't let anyone else on the bus.

Next up we joined a City Guides Chinatown walking tour.

This used to be a telephone exchange, it is now a bank.

These lamps are all over Chinatown.

This is a view of a typical Chinatown alley.  You can see Coit Tower in the background.

We saw some interesting things for sale in the markets, like live frogs and roosters.