Lombard Street is so named for its multiple hairpin turns. The 40 degree inclination here poses a serious challenge to driving skills. The whole street is paved with bricks and lined on either side with foliage as well as multicolored flowers, offering diverse views all around the year. A peculiar crooked way can be photographed at the lower end of the street. The distant San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge and the Alcatraz Island can be viewed from high up in the Lombard Street, making it an ideal spot to take a snapshot of perfect harmony of streetscape and ocean view. Heading all the way north along the Lombard Street will take one to Fisherman's Wharf, a place to savor gourmet food and splurge on shopping.
San Francisco Kowloon Flower Street is the most crooked street in the world. In a short block between Hyde Street and Leavenworth Street in San Francisco, USA, there are eight sharp turns. Because of a 40-degree slope and a zigzag curve like "Z", the car can only go down one line. Flowers and plants are flourishing in the street. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery along the sidewalks on both sides of the street. If driving, we must pay attention to the STOP sign. All vehicles, whether straight or turning, must stop at the intersection when they see the "STOP" traffic sign, instead of "slow" down. Turn to go straight, but not let it go to the end, but let one or two vehicles, so cycle alternately and orderly.
This beautiful street, known as "Jiuqu Flower Street", is famous for its winding and tens of thousands of tourists drive to it every year. It happens to be near the hotel in San Francisco, so it goes to Jiuqu Flower Street twice. This is the most winding street in San Francisco, and it is also famous for the large number of precious flowers planted on both sides of its road. The street was originally a direct road on the Russian mountains, but because of its steep and dangerous conditions, it was eventually converted into nine S-shaped routes and paved new roads with bricks, which made it one of the stars of the San Francisco Highway.
Everyone said that driving from top to bottom and steep slopes tested drivers'skills. I really can't agree. It's more difficult for me to say the beginning of Jiuquhua Street. Navigation let us drive along Lombard street, driving to see a long car in front of us, the first reaction was traffic jam, and then look, frightened me, the car blocked up to the sky, because we are climbing, the slope is long and steep, to climb to the top, there are four or five red lights, while slowly climbing up the side of fear, to the penultimate slope, really angry, under the pretext of taking pictures of the car. The top of the slope is a crossroads, commanded by the police, and the passing car moves slowly and shouts at you. I guess I'm worried about the cars queuing up to climb the hill, so I want them to come up earlier. The view on the top of the hill is so beautiful that drivers have no time to enjoy it and have to go downhill again. I'm afraid all their attention is on the steering wheel. A short road soon came down. Courage, technology and cars are indispensable.
Walking on a long slope of thirty or forty degrees is San Francisco's famous Jiuqu Flower Street, but the imaginary place of tourists is as reclusive as a refuge from the world, and flourishing, touching and beautiful! ________ The tram jingles all over the street, but it will not turn itself when it comes to the station. It is interesting to have to turn around the tram busily on the rotating disc on the ground
Also called Lombardy Street, it is actually a winding steep slope full of flowers. It's mainly a driveway, but there are sidewalks beside it. The car went through eight sharp turns from top to bottom with a slope of 40 degrees, but because everyone was driving very slowly, it didn't feel particularly exciting. It was better than the urban road. After seeing people playing, we took a lot of pictures, and we also tried to take a lot of pictures, but we could hardly get as good as others on the Internet.
The official name of Jiuquhua Street is Lombardy Street, which is the most winding street in the world. In order to prevent traffic accidents, the city government built flower beds specially. So far, the traffic can only circle down at a speed of no more than 5 miles per hour. Now Lombardy has become the most attractive street in San Francisco.
Jiuquhua Street is actually very long. In a short block between Hyde Street and Leavenworth Street, there are eight sharp turns. Because of the 40 degree slope and the zigzag curve, the car can only go down one line. Flowers and trees are planted all over the streets: spring bilge balls; summer roses and autumn chrysanthemums, embellishing them with clusters of flowers.
Jiuquhua Street, San Francisco is actually a city built on hilly land. The vertical and horizontal streets are almost all undulating ramps, and the most famous one is Jiuquhua Street. Jiuquhua Street is the most crooked street in the world. The crooked 40-degree slope attracts many tourists to line up and drive along the road for a try. Flowers and trees planted all over the street decorate the sides of the street. Up to the highest point of Flower Street, you can overlook the Bay Bridge and the Koitta. Look at the pictures.
It's so beautiful to spend all the way in a winding way. When I get to a high place, I can have a bird's eye view of the sea in the distance. It's just too short a stay. If I like Jiuqu Flower Street better than Fisherman's Wharf, who makes me a romantic person?
I am in San Francisco's famous Jiuqu Flower Street. Nine sharp turns over ninety degrees in a row are said to be the hardest to open in the world, but they are also the most beautiful bends in the scenery. It's really a pleasure to overlook the sea and cross the sea of Hydrangea flowers.