Left my heart in San Francisco

San Francisco truly turned out to be what I expected: an absolutely lovely place. That is, of course, once we got used to the streets and simply getting around. Despite this though, all the beautiful architecture and charm throughout the city made getting lost not at all dull or much of a frustration. Of course, I had to share with you dolls some shots I had taken along the way! Walking across the Golden Gate bridge and back was quite the experience to start off with!
The well-known Pier 39 at the Fisherman's Wharf was really a fun environment. Though it would have been odd for me to go on it, the 2-level carousel was absolutely grand to look at!
When I caught sight of the Bettie Page store on Haight and Ashbury, I think my jaw quite literally dropped. The entire boutique and everything in it was to die for! I'll admit, I splurged a bit on likely what is now the cutest thing thing in my closet! I'll have to share that with you guys some time very very soon. I was just so excited about it!
I have to say, Haight Street was my complete favorite part of all of San Francisco. The shops, the various cafes, and the atmosphere, and the laid-back vibe alone was just so great and unique! If I had the chance, I would have spent hours (and so much money) there alone.
After my undying love for the city and its charm, I'm glad to be home and sleeping in my own bed again, though I'll make sure this won't be my last trip to San Francisco!
currently listening to: san francisco- scott mckenzie


Sobrina Tung said...

It sounds (and looks!) like you had a great time! I'm glad to see you enjoyed some sun, too. San Francisco summer weather, shame on you!

Anita said...

Wow, your pictures and words about San Fran really make me want to visit, I'm glad you had such a great time :)


Sara Lynn said...

Your pictures are amazing and I am so jealous that I didn't go! lol, It looks like a wonderful place to be and I cannot wait to see that Bettie Page purchase :)


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