Travel Guide: San Francisco, CA



San Remo Hotel:

This hotel had the cutest decorations and made you feel like you were in a completely different country.



Aquarium of the Bay:

Always a must when visiting San Francisco and brings people from all over the world into one building!





Mario’s Bohemian Cigar Store:

This is by-far my favorite coffee shop I have ever been to. I happened upon it last summer and had to go back for seconds this time around.




City Lights Bookstore:

This bookstore has practically any book you could possibly think of and the fact that it is world famous is also a huge selling point. With three levels you can focus all of your attention on one section; the top floor is poetry, ground floor is fiction, and basement is nonfiction and kids books.





If you’re looking for a great photo opportunity, then I suggest walking through Chinatown. There is so much going on!






Haight and Ashbury:

One of my favorite destinations inside San Francisco! Filled with amazing shops and restaurants you could never get bored. Ploy II Thai Cuisine had phenomenal yellow curry and lunch menu. Amoeba Music was also a fantastic experience; walking through their huge warehouse filled to the brim with vinyls, cds, tapes, movies, books, and band merch.

About Kennedy

I have always loved fashion and the self expression that is allowed when choosing which outfit to wear each day; I try and change my style as much as I can, going from boho, to grunge, to preppy in order to keep myself entertained. I am now the web content writer for Klury and enjoy getting to work with designer clothes.
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2 Responses to Travel Guide: San Francisco, CA

  1. Monica says:

    i’m trying to move to the city – so this post is great!

    mon |

  2. Miss Pippi says:

    I eally would love to see these places!

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