Whenever I have been to San Francisco before, we have never ventured all the way over the legendary Golden Gate Bridge until my visit back in May. With less than 10,000 inhabitants, Sausalito was a quaint and cute place to visit and definitely worth crossing the bridge.
If you are a foodie, you always hunt out interesting or novel places to eat when you visit somewhere new. On our first visit to San Francisco on our honeymoon 10 long year ago, we researched a restaurant that served garlic with everything on the menu.
The Stinking Rose has 2 locations, 1 in San Francisco and 1 in Los Angeles catering for us garlic fans serving up garlic goodness since 1991.
If anyone ever asks for somewhere to get some cheap but good quality food in San Francisco, Lefty O’Douls is our first tip!
This has a bit of cult status amongst us and our friends as we first visited on our honeymoon 10yr ago and have raved about it ever since.
I thought a photo post would be a great way to convey the spirit of San Francisco without stuffy reviews. I do however have a couple of restaurant reviews left to write but everyone loves pictures of tasty food right?
When I was trying to sit down and plan out my travel posts after our mammoth road trip in America, I found I had more photos than I could ever come up with words to go with.
We have visited Alcatraz before and were blown away. The most infamous prison in the world sits within the National Park Service and is ran as a museum and tourist attraction.
The only way to get to The Rock is by boat so I had to put my brave girl pants on and step on board.