Sundays in my City - The Conservatory of Flowers



















Unknown Mami

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SquirrelQueen said…
What a beautiful building and grounds. I like the SF Giants sign at the front entrance too.
Duni said…
That's a beautiful conservatory! If I ever visit SF this would be on my list of things to see :)
Ann said…
That is an awesome building. Looks so inviting. I would love to see visit there.
myrelish said…
Fantastic photos and amazing colour.
I love the patriotism of the Giants garden.
So pretty! Did you and Unknown Mami go together?
mimbles said…
That really is an extraordinary building, thanks for including the pic of the plaque, I find the history of interesting buildings quite fascinating!
Never been but looks beautiful....on my list of must see!
Self Sagacity said…
Very beautiful indeed, love what they did with the world champ giants.
Bossy Betty said…
So pretty! I'd love to spend an afternoon here!
Maia said…
This is such a great post. I've heard so much about this conservatory and finally I can have an overview of how it looks like.
Sonya said…
Did u go to the same place as Unknown Mami? lol beautiful pics!
ღღღ-Mumsy said…
What a fantastic Conservatory, and I would love to see all the plants and flowers inside!
RNSANE said…
Nice shots...I've been to Kew Gardens and it does look very much like it. Love the tribute to the Giants. Jeremy is off today to see the 49ers play. Hope they win.
Angela said…
What a beatiful building. I would love to see inside. You always post such amazing images. I love to visit here!
Joanna Jenkins said…
Very cool. Did you see Unknown Mami when you were there?
Happy SIMC, jj
AVCr8teur said…
Haven't been here for awhile. The tribute to the Giants is a nice touch.
Jean said…
Great pictures of a place I would love to visit!
Jama said…
What a magnificent building there!
Unknown Mami said…
We must be on the same wavelength.
Thanks for all of your comments and I think Unknown Mami and I should have gone together, we definitely were on the same wavelength.
DoanLegacy said…
These are fantastic photos of such a terrific place. It must be beautiful inside with all the flowers and plants.
Margaret Duarte said…
You make me want to pick up a camera and get away from the computer and out of the house. Your lovely photos lift the spirit. Thanks so much for sharing.
Beautiful building. No wonder I recognised it as Kew Gardens is not that far from us.
gaelikaa said…
Unknown Mami did this one too. I recognized it immediately. Lovely photos, well done!

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