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Only in San Francisco

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The best part about living in Northern California is the proximity to the great attractions in California. I’m only a couple of hours away from the gorgeous Sierra Nevadas and the sparkling skyscrapers in San Francisco.  Unfortunately, my crazy work schedule has cut down on my day trips, but next week, I’m heading out on a fun girls trip to San Francisco. When the folks at Six Apart Media and the San Francisco Vistor’s Bureau contacted me about being a part of their Shop SF Bloggers campaign, I immediately said yes.

San Francisco will always hold a special part in my heart. I can remember the first time I traveled over the terrifying steel Bay Bridge, my eyes widening as a houses perched on hills and tall buildings slowly appeared. Throughout the years, I continued to visit the city, taking in the sights and sounds of this adventurous city. By far, the most memorable trip to San Francisco was in high school. My friends and I decided to ditch class and head out to the city, all by ourselves. We hopped on the subway, and spent a day just running around. In retrospect, it was pretty reckless, and my mom never found out (until now) but it was a great day that I won’t ever forget.

 

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I’ve already got some plans for next weekend. I’ve got a couple of tickets to see the “Wicked”, one of my favorite musicals ever. I also plan on doing some shopping and eating. If you have any ideas, let me know in the comments section. A trip to Miette and hopefully the Bi-Rite creamery are a must. I might get crazy and head over to Tartine too. Plan on some live blogging action next weekend as I spill all the details about my trip!

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November 6, 2009 - 12:38 pm

tracy - i wish i could meet up but i have a family function packed weekend! drats!! i wish you were gonna be a foodbuzz this weekend! xoxo

November 11, 2009 - 3:17 pm

kms - is that lovely photo one of stinson beach?! we lived in sf for many years and your post has brought back some vivid memories.

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