San Francisco: The Night Tour
I’ve already ranted about the night tour so this will be brief… Actually, I don’t have a great camera so the pictures wont be that great either, why am I doing this post?
I loved the night tour in DC, so I hopped straight on the one here in SF hoping to see one of my favourite sites in the world: City landscape lit up at night.
I wasn’t disappointed. San Francisco is beautiful during the day, and even more so at night. The night tour took us across the Bay bridge (The “Jealous older brother of the Golden Gate”) and showed us San Fran all lit up from across the bay. The Ferry Building with the very prominent “Port of San Francisco” was absolutely gorgeous. I know, I’m weird, deal with it 😉
Like I’ve already said, I definitely recommend doing this, but dress for winter, it’s freezing when you cross the bridge.
We stumbled upon a very chilled out festival crowd
On of SF’s two cemeteries, reminded me of Arlington
This is where the pilots used to live when the military base was fully operational
There she is in the distance 🙂
Gorgeous sunset view from the top of the hill. Thans for stopping, bus driver man.
And yet more architecture
This used to be a shop, then a home and now it’s a museum-shop
According to “legend” a man built these two identical houses for his two daughters, so they would stay close to him after they got married. After he gave them the houses as a wedding present, they each sold their house and moved away… Bitches…
The smallest deli in SF, they always stop and wave here 😉
Another old church, fortunately undamaged by earthquakes and fires
No standup! No comedians here…
An old church I kinda wish I had the time to stop by and see from the inside. It was huge!
“Take a quick picture out to your right, nice hill!”
It wasn’t me!
Cities at night ❤
You guessed it… architecture
Crossing the bridge… and the picture is nowhere near doing the sight justice
I’m glad I have such a great camera 😛
Me and Arturo, the awesome tour guide
Night time in the city ❤
The Ferry Building
Sort of windswept…