Last Night in San Francisco   
 I had to catch my flight just after six in the morning on Saturday, and being my last night in San Francisco I just stayed up all night wandering different parts of the city before driving back to the airport. 
 San Fran is a such beautiful city.  The highlight of my trip was certainly the bike tour I took with  Streets of San Francisco .  Tim’s an excellent guide; he led our small group (me, Emily from NYC, & Jay who recently moved to SF from DC) all around the city.  We had a six hour ride, spanning around 18 miles distance, taking in all of the interesting parts of the city with perfect weather; starting at Alamo Square/Postcard Row, through the Haight-Ashbury, over to Presidio Park, down to the base of the Golden Gate Bridge, along the Marina to the Embarcadero, and through the Mission district, riding the SF Wiggle back to Alamo Square.  The next time I return to San Francisco I’ll be calling up SoSF Bike Tours to go for another ride! 
 San Francisco has really great food, amazing sights, and some really cool people too.  I found a new favourite restaurant down at Fort Mason beside the Marina, called  Greens .  It was the best place for me to finish off the trip with a good meal.  I recommend the Grilled Blossom Bluff Peaches, the Mesquite Grilled Brochettes, and finishing off with the Tory Farm Nectarine Berry Galette!

Last Night in San Francisco

I had to catch my flight just after six in the morning on Saturday, and being my last night in San Francisco I just stayed up all night wandering different parts of the city before driving back to the airport.

San Fran is a such beautiful city.  The highlight of my trip was certainly the bike tour I took with Streets of San Francisco.  Tim’s an excellent guide; he led our small group (me, Emily from NYC, & Jay who recently moved to SF from DC) all around the city.  We had a six hour ride, spanning around 18 miles distance, taking in all of the interesting parts of the city with perfect weather; starting at Alamo Square/Postcard Row, through the Haight-Ashbury, over to Presidio Park, down to the base of the Golden Gate Bridge, along the Marina to the Embarcadero, and through the Mission district, riding the SF Wiggle back to Alamo Square.  The next time I return to San Francisco I’ll be calling up SoSF Bike Tours to go for another ride!

San Francisco has really great food, amazing sights, and some really cool people too.  I found a new favourite restaurant down at Fort Mason beside the Marina, called Greens.  It was the best place for me to finish off the trip with a good meal.  I recommend the Grilled Blossom Bluff Peaches, the Mesquite Grilled Brochettes, and finishing off with the Tory Farm Nectarine Berry Galette!