More things to do in SF

In previous posts about San Francisco we detailed a few things to do in the stunning city, such as walking around the famous Lombard Street, around Mission District or renting a bike and cycling up to Golden Gate.

This time, however, we thought we’d share what we got up to on a different day in San Francisco.

Enjoy the walk and don’t forget your bike and sunscreen!

We started off having breakfast in The Mill near Alamo Square, a bread and coffee shop that traps you with its smell.
We crossed Alamo Square to see the famous houses from Full House and then continued along Divisadero Street.
Around 4pm we went to Mission District to grab some lunch at the famous Gracias Madre.
We got to Golden Gate Park to grab our bike again and go to the Conservatory of Flowers and the Japanese Tea Garden.
We arrived at the Conservatory of Flowers, a gorgeous green house which we weren’t able to see because they closed on Mondays … so we’ve noted this for next time.

En posts anteriores sobre San Francisco, os enseñábamos cosas que hacer esta maravillosa ciudad, como por ejemplo bajar la famosa Lombard Street, pasear por Mission District o alquilar una bici para ir hasta el Golden Gate. 

En esta ocasión os enseñamos lo que hicimos otro día en San Francisco.

Disfrutad del paseo y no te olvides de la bici ni la crema protectora!

We started off having breakfast in The Mill near Alamo Square, a bread and coffee shop that traps you with its smell.
We crossed Alamo Square to see the famous houses from Full House and then continued along Divisadero Street.
Around 4pm we went to Mission District to grab some lunch at the famous Gracias Madre.
We got to Golden Gate Park to grab our bike again and go to the Conservatory of Flowers and the Japanese Tea Garden.
We arrived at the Conservatory of Flowers, a gorgeous green house which we weren’t able to see because they closed on Mondays … so we’ve noted this for next time.