Diving Into A San Francisco Adventure!

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Our San Francisco trip last winter was so much fun! I hope you enjoy these stories, ideas, places, and of course adventures…

It was so early, one of those mornings where the birds are not even singing yet, you know the kind. I am not sure how much I slept the night before but we were just so excited for this trip the whole way across the United States. We packed our bags and we were off! The sun gently rose into the sky with colors of a dew drop rainbow, and seeing this made me feel optimistic. The airport was bustling and we met up with one of our friends that was working that day. It was great and comforting to get to talk to her and we are lucky to know people in our lives that warm our heart.

Before we knew it, it was time to leave. Quickly, we drank our coffee and hopped right onto the flight. The plane ride went pretty smoothly, and it was awe inspiring to see the American landscape from the plane window. The texture of the Earth changes so much from region to region. Even from the plane, the Rocky Mountains looked truly magnificent. It is a goal someday that we can explore this land.

Anyway, as we neared the coast, we viewed many lush giant trees, and extremely dense building areas. We landed directly in San Francisco. Immediately, we grabbed our luggage and called a driver. I noticed right away that in California, the sun shines very bright, yet somehow the weather is perfect. Not too cold or warm, and this could honestly be due to the fact that it was in late winter as well.

As we drove to the hotel, I noticed that the houses had such rich and bright colors. The hills were amazing, and from our viewpoints, they almost seemed to make a “Lego” formation just from the layout. Since up to this point in my life, I had never seen the West Coast regions, it almost was like traveling to another country.

I am so excited to share more on this California adventure, and also some ideas for you all if you are making the visit out there! I hope you are having a wonderful day, and remember to click that subscribe button!

The Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco

Twin Peaks Overlook San Francisco

The Golden Gate Bridge/Wave Organ With Interesting Historical Connections to Philadelphia

Cable Car Museum San Francisco

Muir Woods National Monument

Why You Need To Visit The 16th Avenue Tiled Steps And Hidden Garden Steps In San Francisco

Pier 39 San Francisco (A Great Place To See Sea Lions!)

Why I Recommend Visiting The Marine Mammal Center In Sausalito California

Natural Bridges State Park Santa Cruz California

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Published by northeastallie

For generations, my family has lived in the Philadelphia area, and my writing reflects these influences. This blog explores perspectives on life, encouragement, travel, health, and local living. View more posts

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