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San Francisco Road Trip in Pictures

Bonjour mes amis!

This April (2015), I took a weekend road trip to San Francisco, California. If you're driving there from Los Angeles, it will take about 5-6 hours to get there. The road is mostly straight, with some hills. It's a fun road trip because you get to see other parts of California that are different from the city scape of LA. Also, when you're about an hour away from arriving, you get to see small fruit shops from people that actually grow them. It's always a fun sight to see.

Our road trip started on a Friday morning. We arrived to our hotel in Fishermans Wharf. It was great because you were at walking distance from the famous Pier 39, as well as other shops and restaurants. After it was the Golden Gate bridge time and a stop at the Ghirardeili Square for a yummy treat. With this treat we concluded our San Fran Trip. However, on our road back home we stopped by GOOGLE, which is by San Jose, California! I am a big fan of our dear friend Google and it was so much fun seeing where the action happens. I am making our visit to Google a separate blog post because it would be way to many pictures for one post. Also, because Google is in San Jose and not San Fran :) Make sure you read that post to see the cute Google bikes, loved them.

Here are the pics I took of our short trip:

The road. 

We arrived!

First restaurant we ate at. I got lasagna and a strawberry margarita, both very yummy:) 

Then we did some walking.

Sourdough bread! Its everywhere. 


You can see Pier 39 in the distance.

Don't let the sun fool you, it was really cold in the evening.

Breakfast the next day at Eagle Cafe. So good.

I spy with my little eye, the Golden Gate Bridge!

The Golden Gate Bridge.

Our bridge is so Grand! And you only realize how gigantic and beautiful it is when you see it up close <3 

View from the Golden Gate Bridge

Inside the Ghirardelli Square.
The Ghirardelli Square

Ghirardelli flavored ice-cream. SO GOOD!

Thank you for taking the time to read this post, guys :)
See you soon. 


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