Thursday, August 26, 2010

Land of sourdough and chocolates – San Francisco, CA

I have a weird fascination with bridges so of course our first stop was the Golden Gate Bridge.  It was windy, foggy, and cold so we only made it about half way.  After that we ventured into the city and did all of the classic tourist activities:  drove down Lombard street, walked through Fisherman’s Wharf, rode a trolley car, got a free chocolate at Ghiradelli Square, ate some sourdough bread, and went to Coit Tower.  Later that night we met up with my cousin, Dan Snyder, for some yummy Thai food.  What a way to end a great day.


  1. Am I the only commenter? Usually Marsha contributes too!

  2. Since I was on this part of Sara's World Tour 2010, I thought I should leave the comments to someone else. I bailed out on this part of the tour and gave myself a present -- an afternoon and evening ALONE in our Marriott Hotel Room near Fishmermen's Wharf. Heaven! It was heaven! Total quiet and nobody telling me what to do and where to go. No sand, no crooked roads, no trees, no vineyards. Just me. I love being alone and felt I had earned these few hours of peace and quiet.