During the halcyon years of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, San Francisco had ‘a bit of a reputation’. It was widely known as an intoxicating place to be: a city full of saloons, speakeasies, and good-time boys and gals. Folks in the fast set lived topsy-turvy lives — all cocktail breakfasts at lunchtime, and hoochy suppers at three in the morning. How things change. Nowadays, San Fran is a kind of Mecca for healthy living and good karma. I’m not sure Fogg would have approved of either.
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