Sep 23, 2013
Dec 06, 2013
Steinbeck talks about San Francisco and how as a child growing up, they called it "the City", because it was truly one of a kind. He knew the city very well, and points out that in a way he felt he owned the city as much as it owned him. Once near San Francisco, Steinbeck stops to admire the Golden Gate Bridge and the city he once loved, before heading across the Golden Gate Bridge and into the city. Steinbeck realizes San Francisco has remained the city he remembered.