On Monday, my friend, Veronica and her roommates returned to school, meaning I had the chance to go on a solo adventure around the city. By this time, I felt I had a good grip on the public transportation system and that I had explored many of the most of the “must-see” spots on my list. I was also exhausted from having early starts and long days of walking around. So I gave myself a chill day, slept in a little longer than I had been and woke up to this view.
The Richmond District is a beautiful residential neighborhood. And I love waking up to sunny days.
On Sunday, I planned to venture off on my own to meet up with my Seattle University friend, Jaime, a San Francisco native. Read More.
The major theme of my Spring Break trip to San Francisco is good food and pretty views. That, and the fact I am developing calves of steel in the process of trekking to the various places where good food and pretty views reside.
The east side of San Francisco is very different than the west side. The west is quiet, filled with beaches, parks and lots of houses while the east side is the city, booming with life, tourists walking in all directions and cars on every corner.
I spent most of my second day in the east and attempted to do some of the typical tourist activities: Read More.
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Greetings from San Francisco!
This is my first real vacation since I started college and my first solo travel vacation. My trip to the Philippines sparked the wanderlust in me and San Francisco is further cultivating that love.
I’ll be here for about a week and then I’m off to San Jose to check out another part of the Bay. For the next week or so, stay tuned for blog posts about my Bay Area adventures! And if you want to see more timely updates, follow my hashtag #AMinSF2015 on Twitter and Instagram or add me on Snapchat (ladlada). Read on for my Day 1 adventures: Read More.