To think at one point in time this was the place to be during the Gilded Age. ******* The Sutro Baths was once the largest indoor swimming establishments in the world, opening in 1896 and accommodating 10,000 people at one time. A combo of the Great Depression, new public health codes and reduction of public transportation lessened it’s popularity and eventually led to it’s demise in 1966. The bathhouse burned down the same year it closed. The ruins today are now a reminder of a former way of life and a demonstration of society’s changing interest in recreational activities.
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Yay weekend! Hope you're having a nice one!
I am actually very tired and lazy this weekend. Since I've arrived in SF, I don't know if it's living here or working a full time job, but my rythm of life has changed: I've started going to bed earlier and waking up earlier. This past week however, I have done more of what I used to do back in France, which is going out in the evenings and going to sleep late despite working long days, and clearly my body is not thanking me. I have to find a way to enjoy life here in SF, while keeping my balance and sleep in check, and I'm still figuring that out. #sanfranciscolife