Hellloooo, again, San Francisco! A little over a year ago, I visited San Francisco after almost five years, and I recently took another trip there. This time, I was there for a longer period of time and basically worked east coast hours and played west coast hours. Today I will be sharing a few of my favorite photo spots in San Francisco and the outfits I wore!
Location 1: Painted Ladies near Alamo Square. This is where the Fullers live! Fuller House on Netflix is one of my all-time favorite shows, so I had to snap a photo there. I visited the place last year as well, but this time I actually had the chance to sit at Alamo Square to relax and soak it all in.
Location 2: Mission Dolores Park. A very laid back park, walking distance from Alamo Square. I did learn that people do not like to walk in San Francisco though, because it is very hill-y. This park is a great place to relax, sun bathe, and sip on some Philz Coffee (mint mojito, of course)!
Location: In-N-Out in Redwood City. What is a trip to California without going to In-N-Out? I gotta be honest though, I am totally #TeamShakeShack, but still gotta have a taste of the west coast and get some cute photos! (played around with editing haha)
Location: Sutro Baths near Lands End. There were multiple photoshoots going on at this location when my friends and I went, which shows that it is a very photo-worthy spot! The fog was quite heavy that day, but it was still beautiful. There are trails for you to walk on, and we ended the night with dinner at the Cliff House – the ravioli was delicious!
Location: Baker Beach. Okay, you’re supposed to be able to have an amazing view of the Golden Gate Bridge from here, but it was veryyy foggy that day and we could not see the bridge at all. I will definitely want to go back to this place next time!
Location: Bill Goat Hill Park. Uber-able from Union Square and has an amazing view of San Francisco! My friend and I originally went there because we wanted to take photos with the swing, but when we got there, we found out that it wasn’t there anymore. It is quite a small park and not a lot of people, so it felt very relaxing to be able to see the city but be so secluded.
Location: Twin Peaks. Also uber-able from Union Square. This is a more popular spot to see the entire city because you get a good view of the Golden Gate Bridge as well. Shout out to my elementary school friends for coming out!
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