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Shirt // Thrifted (worn here)
Skirt // Banana Republic
Belt // from a Target skirt (worn here)
See? The houses look much better if you get there before dusk and "annoying patch of light" time. We were busy people that day.
So, I'd like to give you a chronological recap of one of my days in San Francisco. However, I know what you all came here for...pictures of me in front of the Full House house. Ok, well these are the Painted Ladies and the Full House family has a picnic in the park (Alamo Square) in front of these houses. The "Tanner House" is actually 25 blocks away and I was real tired of walking up hills. So, you have to settle for the picnic scene....and the world's most annoying patch of light that ruined all my pictures. Anyone have any recommendations of how to Photoshop that out?
|Nails // Julep // Viola (plus some glitter)|
What? You wouldn't prep for a San Francisco vacation by painting your nails and watching Full House? Yeah, that head of hair on the TV in the background is Uncle Jesse.
Ok, now on to my sightseeing day in San Francisco.
We rode the trolley from Union Square up to Lombard Street. (I cheated. I didn't actually take a picture hanging off the trolley on the day we took it. I was too scared to hold every one up. I staged this photo on an out of commission trolley the next day). My mother attempted to control my sister from across the country. She just can't let go.
Then we hopped down to Fisherman's Wharf. I ate some soup out of a bread bowl at Boudin Bakery. It was a super healthy and low carb. It's a good thing San Francisco is all up hill. I came home with some killer calves. I then went and gawked at the seal lions.
The last stop of the day was Alamo Square. I couldn't resist showing you more pics.
Ok, I lied, the last stop of the day was 21st Amendment Brewery for some dinner and beers. Their High or Hell Watermelon beer is one of my favorites. It's more of a summer beer....but I threw caution to the wind.
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