for our spring break, husband and i went to san francisco. we had so much fun!
and here is what i learned from our adventure:
-it is a long drive to san francisco.
-when i drive for a long time, my second to last toe on my left foot falls asleep. it's totally weird.
-traffic in big cities is insane. i am so lucky husband didn't mind driving all week. related, we couldn't have done it without a gps.
(view from the temple terrace)
-going to the temple is a really good way to start an adventure.
-we are hopeless. trying to catch a bus was a huge ordeal. we couldn't figure it out. so we walked back to the bay from chinatown.
-san francisco has some of the coolest stores! the san francisco sock market? definitely bought myself a pair of these.
(they are sharks. eating my feet. just in case you couldn't tell.)
there was also a left-handed store. so a store for me and one for my sweet lefty husband. i wanted him to get a left-handed notebook or something, but he did not.
-san francisco clearly does not believe in parking lots. parking lanes on the road? super, super weird.
-i love the ocean.
this was the first time i ever saw the ocean. it was the first time i ever put my feeties in it. and i just think that's really cool. on the other side of that water is japan.
-when you lose your phone in the ocean (husband) it won't break. but it will get a superpower and you will never need a phone charger again.
(how pretty is this?)
-adventures with my sweetheart are my favorite. we'll have many
(the golden gate bridge. because san francisco.)