Creating with Light

San Francisco


Katy and I only got to spend the morning in San Francisco before our flight, but we tried to see what we could of the popular destinations. We walked around Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf for a couple of hours enjoying the tourist atmosphere. We then headed up the hill towards Lombard Street, a.k.a. the crookedest street in America, where we watched a few cars drive down the brick paved cutbacks. Next we wandered over the the Ghiradelli Factory, and got a few edible souvenirs to thank a few people back home for helping out with the trip. Finally we headed back to Fisherman’s Wharf around lunchtime to grab a some clam chowder in a sourdough bowl from one of the streetside vendors. All in all we got to briefly enjoy some of the touristy things in San Fran, but I would love to spend a little bit longer there. It reminded both of us a little bit of Melbourne, Australia, and I could definitely spend a lot more time there! Here are some images to spark your travel bug.

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One response

  1. I love clam chowder and that looks so good. I’d take some of that crab, too. Nice little 4 photo essay which captures the charm of one of our nicest American cities.

    February 19, 2010 at 3:12 PM

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