Sun Funcisco!

thumb_IMG_1113_1024A month ago, I went to San Francisco for my childhood friends bachelorette party. The picture above definitely describes SF (that’s how the locals say San Fran): hills, tall & narrow houses, beautiful scenery and a reminder of Full House! We tried to do as much as we could while we were there, but there’s so much left to do that I need to go back- definitely loved it more than San Diego.
thumb_IMG_1040_1024The first day we were there, it was super cold, windy and grey, but that still didn’t stop us from exploring! We went to a Spanish tapas place called Coqueta on Pier 5. The food was delicious and the views were gorgeous! Later that night we went to Asia SF which was a lot of fun.
thumb_IMG_1108_1024The second day was reserved for Napa which was my favorite part of the trip. Definitely the perfect place for a girls trip! We started off the last day by going to a random pizza place called Delarosa which reminded me of Roma!
thumb_IMG_1109_1024We followed with dessert at Tartine Bakery on Guerrero street where lines were out the door and wrapping around the building! It was a really cute pastry shop to eat dessert and sip on some milk- it reminded me of Magnolia Bakery and Sex and the City!
thumb_IMG_1110_1024We walked over to Dolores Park and it was so gorgeous and warm- the weather was perfect this day. It was nice seeing rolling hills and people spread out doing acrobats, playing games and even hula-hooping!
thumb_IMG_1118_1024We then rushed over to Billy Goat Park for the famous swing, but actually they took the swing down. The views of the city are breathtaking and definitely worth a trip!
thumb_IMG_1125_1024I ended the day with a walk through Post Street (high-end shops- just couldn’t resist) and Chinatown where I met up my friend Manishi for dinner before parting with SF.
thumb_IMG_1053_1024Unfortunately, I have to miss my friend’s wedding because of our big EuroTrip that we are going on (more on that later), but we definitely need to go back to SF. There’s so much left to do- the Golden Gate Bridge, Silicon Valley, more of Napa, Sonoma, the Japanese Gardens, Alamo Square park, the painted ladies, Fisherman’s wharf, alcatraz island, the Full House house (we didn’t make it there unfortunately), Little Italy, riding the trolley and much more! I absolutely loved SF and can’t wait to go back!

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