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A Houstonian’s Guide: San Francisco in 24 Hours

I have a new favorite city, y’all. Well, aside from Houston. San Francisco is amazing (and the polar opposite of Houston). There’s tons of public transportation, elevation (what is that) and it’s COOOOOLLL. Like, midsummer… midday… in the sun… and sweater weather. If there’s a heaven, its climate is similar to San Fran’s.

Of course, every city has a downside, and San Fran’s is the uphill foot traffic. Ouch. My calves are screaming still. Do yourself a favor and wear tennis shows.

Breakfast with Pat

This tiny, lil b-fast spot is great for eggs, waffles, biscuits and gravy and… everything tbh.

A morning stroll through the Golden Gate Bridge

Extra points if you have a clever photo. #Winner

Then boat under it

Cable car to Chinatown and lunch at Nanking

Chocolate and shopping

Get crooked on the crookedest street

Climb the Twin Peaks

It might not be worth it for the view, but it’s definitely an experience… a very windy one.

Dinner at Cotogna

OK, pardon the excess of photos, but come on. Dat food doh.

Visit the Tanners

Whatever happened to predictability? It’s still in Alamo Square Park with the Painted Ladies (the colorful stacked houses). Hint: the Tanner house from Full House is at 1709 Broderick St.

Have a night cap and watch the sunset on the beach

The Buena Vista is where Irish Coffees became a thing, so I feel like I owed it so much. They created something delicious, and for that I drink your tiny, overpriced drink with my pinky out.

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