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If you were alive during the 60s, or a fan of the psychedelic vibes of the hippie movement, you can relive the good old, groovy days when you visit the famous neighborhood where this culture was born ? the Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco, California.

One of the premier hangouts during this golden era ? and still is a top hotspot ? is Red Victorian. This inn and ?peace caf?? was built in 1904 and known as the Jefferson Hotel. During the 1967 Summer of Love, it was called Jeffrey-Haight and became the hub of counterculture movement. Nowadays, many artists, writers, neo-hippies, and other free spirits still flock to this historic hotel. The Red Victorian hosts ?World Conversations?, a forum held at Peace Caf? where people discuss the raging issues of the day and topics that matter to their lives. Visitors can view the art gallery and get souvenirs from the gift shop.
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