Last day in SF

After spending a little more than a week in SF, I can safely say that I’ve fallen in love with this city. The weather- though mostly unpredictable, makes the sunny days extra special. The people are kind and unpretentious, offering us a dose of luck every now and then. The places are, as you’ve seen in my previous posts, absolutely gorgeous. And the food- OH the food, absolutely exquisite!

One of the things we made sure to visit was the ferry building, if only for the yummy restos inside. Below are some of the must try places if you ever find yourself in the city.

We walked from Union Square to Embarcadero and chanced upon some cute shops. There were so many! I love how easy it is to get around the city and how walkable it is. I wish it were the same back home. We’d be so much more productive if we could only fix public transportation and side walks. Imagine a Philippines with no traffic, no overcrowding in cities, and a quick and safe way to get to any point in the city. Ahh a girl can only dream!

Falling more and more in love with this guy everyday. #cheeeeesy

After going around the Ferry building, we booked a ticket to head to Sausalito- a fancy neighborhood in SF. It was so quaint and beautiful! Kind of wish I had enough money to just pack up and live there. Again, a girl can dream!

That caps off my entire SF trip. I had high hopes for this city, and it totally over delivered. Thanks for the memories, bay area!