Monday, February 20, 2012

San Francisco: The Sights

Last month, I took a short trip on holiday to see a couple dear friends out in San Francisco. Although I've been to the Bay Area before on several occasions, its always rather pleasant to visit. As those days were quite filled with a multitude of charming adventures, my chronicles of my travels are here divided into three. This, the first, features a few of the memorable vistas.

Looking eastward across the Bay from the top of the Twin Peaks

The de Young Museum

Ruth Asawa's sculpture of tied wire

Overlooking the Richmond District towards the Marin Headlands

The Golden Gate Bridge at sunset as seen from Land's End

Sitting on the cliffs at Land's End

The sun setting beyond the horizon

Driving across the Golden Gate Bridge

Sausalito, Galilee Harbor

Sausalito, Galilee Harbor

Transamerica Pyramid as seen from North Beach

Postcard Row Painted Ladies, Alamo Square (aka. Full House houses)

View of Downtown at night from Treasure Island

Ferry Building Market

Grace Cathedral on Nob Hill

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