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San Francisco, Day 4: Mission, Castro, Haight-Ashbury

San Francisco, Day 4: Mission, Castro, Haight-Ashbury

Today was a good day! I had a feeling it would be. Our schedule finally slowed down a bit. We even slept in and missed our hotel breakfast (a first on the trip). That’s a good sign, right!?

We then grabbed coffee and rode BART to Dolores Park. I’ve been cold on this trip (go figure – I’m a Florida gal) so Dolores park was extra cold in the morning! The wind has been so crazy here. I don’t know why they call Chicago the “windy city”. If the wind was any stronger in San Francisco, you would topple over!

We had two Facebook recommendations to eat at El Farolito so we knew this would be a good spot for lunch. WOAH. Our tastebuds weren’t prepared for the awesomeness that we experienced! We both got the super burrito. I added chicken and Tyler added steak. We battled over who had the better burrito, and we never came to a conclusion because they were both so good. My chicken was so tender and flavorful!

My goal for today was to enjoy the scenery, sit on a park bench, people watch and gaze at houses. And that’s exactly what we did.

We stopped at Bi Rite Creamery and got two scoops of Salted Caramel and Creme Brûlée. The Creme Brûlée was my favorite! And the rainbow Castro sidewalks are completely up my alley.

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We ended the night at In-N-Out and Neapolitan milkshakes!

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