Hello world! Here’s my second photo diary of San Francisco (sorry for being late on all those travel posts, ugh). Summer is very chilly in SF and as much as I enjoyed my stay over there, trying to overcome the cold is difficult if you don’t dress accordingly. We strolled on the streets of several neighbourhoods: Hayes Valley, Noe Valley, The Castro, Haight-Ashbury… All such lovely areas with beautifully coloured houses and steep streets. I’m wondering how they can bike in this city…?
We started off the day with a light yet lovely breakfast at 20th Century Cafe and as we walked, we stumbled across a beautiful pop-up shop mixing both flower and clothing designs. We ended up having lunch in a delicious café and I’m still dreaming about their amazing farro and baby kale salad… (insert crying emoji). But the best part was, without a doubt, the Golden Gate Park. It is so huge and beautiful, with lots of walking paths, a greenhouse, amazing wildlife and giant trees. Unfortunately, the de Young Museum was closed, but it’s an architectural gem (especially for someone like me who’s obsessed with lines) and I wish we had more time to sneak in the California Academy of Sciences.
On another note, I came across a funny article in the Huffington Post titled « The Differences between living in New York and San Francisco ». Can’t decide which city I love the most!