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    1. Thanks Megan! Glad you liked the blog post and the photos 🙂 Cali does all the hard work for you when it comes to being photogenic! ha

  1. Thank you for sharing your experience. The photo right above the headline for LA….. where is the domed portico along the lake? It’s a beautiful spot that I haven’t seen in my California travels.

    We live in Arizona and visit SF occasionally. Regarding San Francisco, here are a few of my favorites:
    1. Beautiful Japanese Tea Garden along with the Conservatory in the Park that is near the end of the GG bridge in the city. If you visit in the Spring, you might catch the cherry blossoms.
    2. Lombard Street is fun to drive down but you need a very small car to navigate the tight turns.
    3. Cross the GG bridge to the north side to Sausalito where you can find some great restaurants on the hillside overlooking the bay. This is gorgeous on a sunny day with all the sailboats on the water. below.
    4. While on this side, visit Muir Woods to see the Redwood trees.
    5. Head back to the SF side of the bridge and pick one of their great restaurants for dinner.
    6. Ride the cable cars up and down the hills of SF.
    7. Walk the wharf and Cannery Row.


    1. The place in that image is the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. It’s a stunning building. We didn’t venture inside but I’ve heard it’s beautiful and very interesting. Great list! Thanks so much for taking the time. I’ll definitely check them all out next time we’re in SF!

  2. Wow wow! What a wonderful trip you had! And your photos … they are enough reason for me to seriously think of going to the US West Coast. I love the blue skies and the sunny weather, although I, just like you, am surprised that San Francisco was rather underwhelming.

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