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Finally the SF Pictures (yeay)

Man I've been so excited to post this blog but House is on and I'm so Totally distracted. Anyway here it goes.


I went to coffee with Oni, saw the school she work at then got on the Muni downtown. This is a picture heavy day. I started by heading to the water.

Then I went on this fishing Pier and after taking some of the following pictures I just stood there, looked at the water and the city and was SO very happy.

A fountain around Market St. across from the Ferry Terminal

Then I wandered and looked for one of my important destinations, Ciaty Light books, which, I eventually wandered around in a general direction and found!

After an hour in the bookstore I wantered around the area and took some MORE picutres. :)

Then after getting some lunch I wandered across town to find MOMA (just so I knew where it was when I went later) and I wandered into this pretty park near by. 

Then I wanndered up market untill it got a bit dodgy so I walked back down to Powell and walked up it. There I ran into Union Square.

She has a Trident

I continued until I got to Filbert St and saw this pretty church next to Washington Square.

Then i realized that I was by Coit Tower...so Up I went...and took TONS of Pictures

Then in the distance I saw Lombard Street, so I found the street and headed down the hill then back up!So I went from this view from the tower, to this view of the tower

Then I looked at I map and realized that I was within walking distance to the Fisherman's warf so I went there.

Peir 39, however, was really disapointing. It was so touristy and I didn't know about the seals so no I didn't see those. I left as soon as I realized that I didn't like it.

So I went back to the waterfront and walked from Peir 39 back to the Ferry/Market street to catch the Muni to the Castro to meet Oni.

That Night Oni and I went out to The Gold Cane on the Haight where we ended up talking to this really nice french lady who we practiced our French with and had a good conversation with. 

SATURDAY (St. Patti's day
I didn't take any pics durning the day, we went to moma, hung out at the coffee shop for a few hours then went to the Bohmeian carnival.  WE took pictures when we got back to the house. 



Oni and I walked around Golden Gate Park

Shakespeare Garden, two English Majors dorkin' it t-u-f-f.

A very hilarious sun dail...

Aparently all those '60's bands used to do free shows on this stage. I was kinda dorkin' it tuff here too becasue that means Janis Joplin stood on that stage. Yeay..and it has naked ladies.

"Hippie Hill" refreshingly lacking drum circles.

After brunch and shoppin on the haight, Oni's dad took us out for a drive to show me stuff I couldn't see on foot. Unfortunitly it was very grey and foggy that evening, this is the best I could do at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge


Monday I met with freebyrd1979in Chinatown and had Dim Sum

The Gate

Lunch was GREAT. Very yummy afterwards, Hilary David and I wandered a little. We passed a Starbucks (that was but a block away from another Startbucks) where i joked. "Oh my god! You have a Starbucks out here? I didn't know anyone not from SEattle had ever HEARD of this place!" and so I took this picutre.

I'm so damn witty we all joined in on the dorky fun...oh how we laughed...

I had a great time meeting my LJ budddy. Thanks so much for coming all the way out to "the City" to meet me, Hilary. I had an awesome time. Thanks for everything. :)

Afterwards I met up with De & Eric in the Lower haight, but I didn't take andy pictures, much to my dismay. :( Went to "Death Guild" with Oni as my last night out...which I honestly don't remember. :(


I woke up, hungover, Said a sleepy good bye to ONi before she went to work then after sitting on the couch watching Walker Texas Ranger with her mom (I had never seen one before in my life and goddamned those are cheesey) I got a ride to the airport and on the way her mom drove up twin peaks and I got one last SF picture. 



( 6 comments — Leave a comment )
Mar. 26th, 2007 03:50 am (UTC)
Wow, those are awesome pictures, seriously! I haven't been to SF since I was a little kid, and this makes me really want to go now.

Thanks for sharing, looks like an awesome trip!
Mar. 26th, 2007 04:04 am (UTC)
Thanks! I had an awesome time. I really liked it there. I suggest visiting again it's quite lovly.
Mar. 26th, 2007 07:04 am (UTC)
Thanks for sharing all those photographs, Mir. They're great shots! I think your photograph of the Golden Gate Bridge in the fog is brilliant: It's so totally moody I could look at it for, well, very long moments.

It's obvious you had a good time. Yay! By the way, did you wear some flowers in your hair; and did you leave your heart there? Inquiring minds want to know.

Mar. 26th, 2007 05:38 pm (UTC)
thank you!
Didn't wear any flowers in my hair though I had that song stuck in my head evey now again. I might have left part of my heart in San Francicso, I'm not sure. I AM sure that I left my adorible pink bic lighter in San Franciso. That's like of like my heart, it's pink and it burns occasionally.
har har
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Mar. 26th, 2007 06:14 pm (UTC)
The pic under the Mural is on Broadway, near City Lights Books. I woudn't recoment peir 39 though fishemans warf had yummy lookindg sea food. I lusted after some fresh calamari but it was 7.50 and I get calamari in Seattle for 3.00 so it seemed silly. I did see the diner that you told me about. it looks fancy and I don't doubt that they have some damn fine chowder.

Again, I"m so glad I got to meet you. a'll are adorible. I had a fantasic time. I look forward to seeing your long post of pics when you get back from Europe. YEAY!
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