San Francisco pt. 2: What I saw & ate – a photo story

If you like travelling alone, San Francisco isn’t too shabby of a place to do it (just be careful when you walk around in the city at night). It’s got nice scenery and interesting things to do. Food wise I’m not blown away … but then again McDonald’s is one of my favourite restaurants.

Are you even travelling if you don’t have a travel-themed bag?
Caltrain level 2. a) Don’t ever miss your train, b) there is no wifi.
Sundown at Fremont Older Open Space Preserve
The bridge from Land’s End Labyrinth
Gotta have nice nails for the vacation ahead
Hanging off a cable car. $7 Per one-way ride.
Marin Headlands – very, very quiet
Valentine’s Day flowers from my favourite person

[Insert In & Out dinner here]

Alcatraz Island. 100% worth a visit and make sure you do the audio tour.
Last meal served at the prison.
How must it feel to be so physically close to freedom?
Outside a solitary confinement cell. The guards kept the lights off inside even though they were supposed to be on.
Rich people houses coming down from Twin Peaks
Mensho Tokyo: A Michelin Guide restaurant
Stanford University: a school that feels like a castle
Read the paper while eating my kimbap lunch
Fuel for Big Sur roadtrip at Coffee Mia Brew Bar & Cafe
McWay Falls. Bring a jacket, it gets windy.
Afternoon coffee at Nepenthe, with drizzle and a rainbow.

Sushi Tomi: 100% worth a visit, expect a wait.

Sundown at Monterey
By some miracle I won $25 tickets to Book of Mormon. Literally never won anything in my life so that was lucky. If you’re down for musicals, try to get some rush tickets.
The last bit of sunlight in the city ft. good cycling infrastructure

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