san francisco, part four.

sf_01Let’s finish up this little mini series today, shall we? Just looking at these photos again has me itching for my flight home in March. This time I’ll be taking my new camera, and I’m excited to focus it in on one of my favorite subjects, the Bay Area.

sf_02If you’ve forgotten or are just now picking up on this series of posts, I’ve been going through what my auntie and I did when we spent a day and a half in the City together in September.

You can catch up on previous posts here.

sf_03We left off last time at Coit Tower. It was past our breakfast time, and we were quite hungry. The line at Mama’s was definitely too long by that time, so with the help of Yelp, we ended up at Caffé Capriccio. Their granola with strawberries and bananas was perfect for me, as I’m not a huge breakfast person. I just like something small with fresh fruit to fill me up until mid-morning/lunch.

sf_04IMG_9543sf_06IMG_9551After hitting a few thrift stores in the Mission, we made our way down to the Ferry Building. I wanted a macaron from Miette, and since my aunt had never had any macaron, she needed one :)

IMG_9090Processed with VSCOcam with f3 presetWe got our afternoon caffeine fix from Blue Bottle (Americano for me) and then I purchased four macarons, two chocolate and two pistachio, for the ride home.

sf_07sf_08I had the most perfect two days away. Perfect weather, perfect city, perfect company, etc. etc.

What are your favorite things to do in your favorite city? Do tell!

xo,
Maci

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3 thoughts on “san francisco, part four.

  1. I have a few favorite places to go, but I love going to the Pier 39 in San Fran, and we usually go to Wipeout for lunch. :) We also ALWAYS go to Ghirardelli to get some ice cream. Here in small town Modesto, Queen Bean is a great girl’s get-together place. :) Other than food, we love hiking in Yosemite, packing a lunch, and enjoying the views!

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    • Ahh!! The Ghirardelli makes THEE best chocolate milkshakes!! Please tell me you’ve had one :)

      Picnics in Yosemite are so fun too! Sometimes I take that place for granted, it’s so kind of familiar, you know? But I love hearing all of the many foreign languages being spoken by tourists, and realizing how fortunate that such an incredible place is so close to home :)

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      • Ummmm….well…I haven’t had a milkshake there yet…. :( But, I will definitely get one next time we’re there!!

        Yes, I completely agree about Yosemite. It’s such a common place to go, but I’m seriously in awe of the views every time we go. It has a special place in my heart, that’s for sure! :)

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