Before this Cali trip, I asked multiple people from the bay area, “what should I do in San Francisco?!” One friend advised me to just walk along the piers – and that’s exactly what we did – starting from Pier 1! Walking by the piers felt like walking in a completely different city; its landscape looked vastly different from the high rises and huge shops only a few blocks over.
You can tell we’re near the Exploratorium science museum when you see a car made of skateboards explaining the physics of a ollie.
And a cute little plant house:
Over all, this place looked so scenic. A gentle breeze, sunny weather, 70 degrees, and fresh air. Is this what paradise is like?
At last, we made it to the famous Pier 39!
I’ve been to Pier 39 a couple of years ago, and it felt a little nostalgic going back. But because my memory sucks (and I have no idea what happened to those photos I took back then), going through the pier felt like a new experience all over again.
Well, everything but the sea lions. Seeing the sea lions just chillin’ in the midst of so much noise & chaos made a lasting impression on me, so I was excited to see them again:
After the piers, we made our way inward to Fisherman’s Wharf for the best time of the day: lunchtime.
And that was only our morning! Stay tuned for more San Francisco adventures in the next post. 😉
What are you favorite things to do in San Francisco?
Thanks for reading!
P.S. An afternoon in San Francisco: My Oh My What a Wonderful Day