A Day In San Francisco

I previously shared a wish-list for San Francisco here and I was excited that I was going to be in San Francisco for a whole day. However, it turned out that we arrived right before lunch and came back home that afternoon. Though I could see the sunrise nor sunset, it was an awesome four hours in the city.

The first place we went was Baker Beach, and it was probably the best choice I’ve made in San Francisco. Avoiding the traffic or the famous tour view, we drove down a little bit and arrived at a beautiful beach with the bridge in the background.

We then went to the Fisherman’s Wharf to eat lunch. The watching the seals, the walkway on the dock, the endless amount of boats was refreshing. Being stuck at home or school all day, it felt nice to be outside and walk around.

At the end of the dock, we hung out near the telescopes watching people pass by. We came across solo travelers, young couples, old couples, families and friends passing by. I took some pictures, found some travelers and had a nice conversation, and took some more pictures. My mom always says I make friends very quickly, and thinking it about it now, I definitely do.

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While we were driving back, we came across a road where we could see almost everything from the top. I risked my life (just kidding) to stand in the middle of the road to take a picture.  Nonetheless, it was the first time that I took a picture with a car coming straight at me, and it was thrilling.

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I had never seen San Francisco this thoroughly before, even if I had been living near this city for more than six years. I spent a great time just exploring the city and taking pictures.

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