Yes, we’d love to move to San Francisco. That’s what I have to say after our trip last week. Can we afford it? No, of course not. So it will remain a distant dream. But we did get to experience a lot of beautiful San Francisco, and you can see it all here:
San Francisco Gallery|http://gallery.prwdot.org/san_francisco
The photos aren’t captioned yet, but here’s a daily summary of what we did so that you can figure it out. You can also click on the Day to jump directly to the gallery for that day.
Day 1|http://gallery.prwdot.org/sfo_day1: Fishermen’s Wharf Coit Tower Lombard Street (“The Crookedest Street”) Ghiradelli Square Pier 39 San Francisco Bay Cruise
Day 2|http://gallery.prwdot.org/sfo_day2: Civic Center Chinatown Financial District San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Yerba Buena Gardens Mission District
Day 3|http://gallery.prwdot.org/sfo_day3: Bicycling Palace of Fine Arts and Exploratorium Bicycling over the Golden Gate Bridge… …and to Sausalito… …and to Tiburon…
Day 4|http://gallery.prwdot.org/sfo_day4 Golden Gate Park California Academy of Science Sunset District Ocean Beach Cliff House Sutro Baths Palace of the Legion of Honor Haight-Ashbury
Day 5|http://gallery.prwdot.org/sfo_day5 Muir Woods Napa Valley / Wine Country Alcatraz
Day 6|http://gallery.prwdot.org/sfo_day6 Monterey / Monterey Bay Cupertino (Apple Headquarters!) Burlingame (Apple Store + Night of the Panther)
Hope you enjoy the photos. 🙂
And of course… Sunday, October 26, 2003, was our first wedding anniversary. Our trip to San Francisco was partially a celebration of our anniversary, and tonight we went out to Not Your Average Joe’s|http://www.notyouraveragejoes.com/ for dinner to celebrate. We were thinking back on everything we’ve done in the past year, and it really doesn’t seem like such a long time. But every minute of it has been wonderful, and we are both looking forward to many more seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years.