Sir William Mainwaring-Brown, a British Government Minister, puts forward a bill to battle filth (permissive behaviour) in the UK. However, that doesn't stop him having an affair with both Miss Parkyn (his secretary) and Wendy (the wife of a high-up reporter). Opponents to the bill - mainly some hippies, led by Johnny - kidnap the Minister's best friend and co-sponsor of the bill, Barry Ovis, just as he is on the way to the church to marry his fiancee, Jean. Later and following a tip off by Johnny, the police raid the hippies' flat. The intention is to discredit Barry Ovis by making it appear that he was involved in an orgy and therefore, remove any credibility that the Law and Order Bill might have had. Thankfully (for Barry), he escapes before the police discover him and dashes back to Sir William's flat followed by Edith, one of the hippies. Meanwhile, the Minister is also trying to use the flat to carry on his affairs with both Wendy and Miss Parkyn. The Minister, Barry and Jean try to keep the truth from Inspector Ruff, Wilfred Potts (an ancient MP, who is staying temporarily in the adjoining flat) and Birdie (the Minister's wife). Not only that, but they have to try to deal with the hippies who do their utmost to discredit Mainwaring-Brown and Ovis. Naturally this causes no end of trouble.
A surreal film featuring gorgeous vampires, Gallic vampire hippies and lashings of lesbian sex. Beautifully macabre, with eerie medieval castles coffins and a strange woman who emerges from a clock, The Shiver Of The Vampires is director Jean Rollin's third vampire fairytale.Remastered from the inter-negative with its original theatrical trailers.
After the fall of the wall, Berlin was a cheap place to live, and, hence, a space for creation. It attracted many alternatives, hippies, punks, youngsters and progressives from all over the world, who came to see the demise of totalitarianism, and the rise of a free and creative culture among the deserted buildings of East German communism. Squats, housing projects, galleries and communities popped up everywhere in the city. Although it has experienced constant gentrification, Berlin is still kicking as a hub for artists, musicians and wanderers from all over the world!
Hippies rejoice! On this 2-hour private walking tour of Golden Gate Park and Haight-Ashbury, you’ll follow in the footsteps on peace, love, and happiness…. well almost. Along with stories from the 1967 ‘Summer of Love’, you’ll hear how Jim Jones and Charles Manson built some of the most notorious cults in this neighborhood.
Have you heard about this idyllic corner of the world? Far, at the end of a road, lost in Cap de Creus? Shelter for fishermen and hippies? Inspiration for painters and writers? Don't hesitate and come stroll with us through its white and flowery streets, and finish the day off sampling the local, traditional and delicious Taps de Cadaqués!
A group of hippies started a Sunday market in Ipanema in 1968 and the traditional fair continues with over 700 stalls set up at the Feira Hippie de Ipanema. Occurring on Sundays only, it is a great place to find authentic Brazilian folk and contemporary art, jewelry, clothing and lots of food. Plenty of tourists flock to the fair that is extremely popular today - don't miss out!
The experience starts from Heraklion heading south to Matala. In the 1960's, hippies from all over the world flocked to the area and lived in the caves as part of their beliefs and way of life. Along the road, we come across many vineyards and olive groves of the fertile plain of Messara.We stop at the Monastery of Panagia Kalyviani, a monastery that is famous for its charitable work. The compound of the monastery that was gradually formed around the 14th-century single-nave church became very famous in the 19th century because of the presence of a miraculous icon.We then visit the Palace of Phaistos, where the famous Phaistos Disc was unearthed and whose script was only recently deciphered.Our next stop is the famous Matala beach where you will visit the caves where the hippies used to live (Roman tombs) and cool off with a swim in the crystal waters of the Libyan Sea.
Explore San Francisco at your own pace. Make the most of your time in San Francisco with our flexible hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tours. Explore the city's sights at your own pace - you'll have the freedom to hop off the tour at any of our conveniently located stops, and rejoin when you're ready.Golden Gate BridgeFisherman's Wharf, Pier 39Union SquareFerry Building Market PlaceChinatownLittle ItalyNob Hill, Russian HillCivic CenterHaight Ashbury (the Hippies Street)Golden Gate ParkTreasure IslandBay BridgeSausalito