San Francisco in July
This past weekend we decided to venture into San Francisco for fun. We started off at The Melt in the financial district, where we had those wonderful mac & cheese & bacon sandwiches. Then we meandered up a couple blocks to Chinatown. But before that I took this photo of the Transamerica Pyramid peeking out in-between two buildings. It’s the tallest skyscraper in SF!
Pacific Heights is my favorite neighborhood in SF because it’s the richest and I have $$$$ taste, haha. Can you imagine living up here with these amazing views? But even if I was that rich I don’t think I would live there because of the fog, cold and earthquake zone, sigh.
Sometimes you see something a bit odd in front of these mansions. But it is San Francisco after all!
No this isn’t Lombard Street. It’s someone driveway! A mini Lombard Street.
That driveway leads to this super modern house. One of these things doesn’t belong…
Finally we ventured over to Victorian Row in Alamo Square. No it’s not called Full House, it’s Victorian Row (or The Painted Ladies)! This is probably one of the most photographed areas in SF aside from the Golden Gate Bridge. You see it literally in EVERY single TV show or movie taking place here. Believe it or not, I’ve lived in the Bay Area 40 years and this is the first time I ever saw it in person.
Such a pretty city. I’m glad I live close enough to easily get here when I want.