San Francisco Adventures

Union Square

I'm back from San Francisco and I had the best time ever!! The city was filled with lots of fun things to do and I got to do everything and more on my travel San Francisco list. My first night in San Francisco was unadventurous to say the least. We checked into our hotel and we were greeted by the cutest lady at the front desk who gave us a map and a brochure on what there was to do in the city.We headed straight to our room, changed and headed out towards Union Square to see what the city was all about. I honestly wasn't expecting San Fransisco to be as windy as it was and I wasn't dressed appropriately for the weather. I thing I would advice anyone going to San Francisco is to always dress in layers because the weather changes very quickly from warm and sunny to windy and foggy very quickly.  Dinner that night left a very unpleasant taste in our mouth and we returned back to the room feeling less enthusiast about the rest of the trip.

The rest of our trip turned out to be the best time we have had in a while. Some of the things we did included a baseball game, LOTS and LOTS  of shopping in Union Square, a trip to Napa Valley and Sonoma for wine tasting, a visit to Alcatraz Island, Fishermans Wharf, Chinatown, Haight and Ashbury and lots more.

Riding the street car

Fresh food market

Napa Valley

Alcatraz Island

Fishermans Wharf

Golden Gate Bridge

We didn't really explore the night life in San Francisco so I can't really say much about that, but honestly, it didn't look like the city had much of a night life. One thing I noticed about the city was the overwhelming presence of the homeless on every corner of the street, but it was something we got used to and we found entertaining after a few days. I'll be blogging more in the next few days of one of my fav vintage stores in San francisco with all of my beautiful finds and more of what I did.


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