This past weekend, I took a quick hour and a half long flight to San Francisco. I was visited a dear friend who I went to school with in Nice and haven’t seen in a few years. We spent the most part of our days in downtown SF, mostly exploring bookstores, coffee shops, and museums.
Although I’d been to San Francisco three or four times before, I’d never been as an adult. I find that, when I visit cities nowadays, they seem completely different than they did when I was a kid. I guess that makes sense.
Anyways, I was surprised by how much I loved SF. There’s a great coffee culture there and a ton of iconic bookstores, my favorite being City Lights. The MoMa was one of the best museums I’ve been to, along with the Nation Art Center in Tokyo. It was just a very entertaining and successful weekend that I got to spend with someone I love.
Here are some of my favorite photos from this weekend, with a little excerpt about each place 🙂
Lucky for me, I received a ton of Instagram messages from my friends saying that they want to go to SF together. It’s a short flight from San Diego but a beautiful (albeit 15-hour) drive. I’m sure that I’ll be back soon because there are still many coffee shops, bookstores, art galleries, parks, museums, and strange places that I’d like to see!
Until next time, SF!