San Francisco: City of Dreams

Cool people, gorgeous buildings, diverse people and neighborhoods, bike-able, chill & artistic culture, parks with amazing running trails, every type of food you can think of and close to Yosemite, Big Sur and the Redwoods?! How can that be a real place!?

After we had been in San Francisco for 2 days we decided we wanted to move there…someday.  We already have a few plans for the next year and would need to plan a move like that a little further in advance haha.
But it’s easy to see why everyone wants to live there.

We missed a few (actually many) tourist attractions, but I think the best way to get to know a city is to walk everywhere you go and talk to the locals. Since San Francisco is 7 miles by 7 miles, you can pretty much bike or walk anywhere…if you’re okay with hills. 😉

We didn’t take as many pictures as we should have, but here are a few from our time there:

Golden Gate Park (my favorite!)


De Young Museum


Conservatory of Flowers


Dahlia Garden next to the Conservatory of Flowers 



Golden Gate Bridge:


From Presidio


From Land’s End

All the amazing foods!

This place (Kasa Indian Eatery) was my favorite.
The Castro Fountain was also amazing (dessert).
There were also sooo many amazing sushi places we visited!

Walking Around SF:

My favorite part was just walking around and finding cool little places along the way.


Castro- the Gay District ~


Haight Street


Bottlebrush flowers



Tank Hill


Haight-Ashbury Street


Any suggestions for our next visit? Comment below!


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