Last Tuesday I introduced my aunt to two of my favorite things: Cheese Board pizza and Bi-Rite ice cream. Originally the plan was just to go to Cheese Board and head home soon after. However, while shopping at Cotton Basics in Berkeley, my aunt found something she really wanted to buy, but her size/color was only available at the SF store.
So, of course, we jumped in her car and headed into the city after very little deliberation. We beat the clock by 4 minutes and were able to get over the bridge for $4 instead of $6. We went to Whole Foods in Noe Valley first, and to Cotton Basics. Then we had ice cream, then we visited a thrift store in the Mission. We decided to head for the Sunset to end the day with salads at Java Beach Cafe and a brief walk on the beach. It turned out to be a very full but very fun day. Continue reading →
Let’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. Continue reading →
I’m finally getting around to sharing the third batch of photos from this little mini-series! Most of the following shots are from Coit Tower and the surrounding North Beach district. Continue reading →
Finally! I finished editing all of my most recent San Francisco pictures! I’ve decided to do a series of posts… probably about four. Otherwise it would be much too picture heavy. There will still be a lot of photos though!! Be warned. Continue reading →
I had way too much fun this month. My extended break from the books combined with 24 much needed days at home has me motivated to really stick with my schoolwork and get. it. done.
If you remember, in August I visited Austin, TX for the first time (such a cool place!) before heading home for a few weeks. Now that I’m back again I’ll be posting about some of the fun things I did on my time off. I’ll tell you what we did and where we ate in Austin, as well as SF and Berkeley. Starting with Austin… Continue reading →