5 and a half hours later and I’m in the windy city of San Francisco! They say Chicago is the ‘Windy City’…. but after my visit to San Francisco I strongly disagree with this nickname. I came to visit a friend who was working there for the summer and she acted as the best tour guide – best places to eat, thrift, buy records, and of course take photos. Winding streets, hills, stunning Victorian houses, and a beautiful sunset every day, ‘I could get used to this’ is all I could think.
Between walking in Dolores park and up all the hills, I became permanently hungry, but there was no shortage of incredible places to eat in San Fran. We had amazing burrito bowls at Media Noche. It was so colourful on the outside that I just had to eat there.
While we were walking around Haight Street looking for food, we stumbled upon this place called The Mill. It’s a cute little cafe with gorgeous interior where I had the most incredible avocado toast! The bread was so fresh and thick and they even gave me extra avocado (it is now my favourite place because of that). You should definitely go check it out and try it.
Palace of Fine Arts
Zara Blouse, Frame Denim Skirt
Can’t come to San Francisco without visiting the Golden Gate Bridge! We rented bikes and rode them up to the bridge and then across to the cutest little town called Sausalito!