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November 27, 2011

Thanksgiving in San Francisco

It’s been years since I’ve spent time with my family on Thanksgiving, because I’ve always had to work. This year I still had to work, but it made me feel extra special when I came home and they were already there. We did a little sightseeing at the usual spots- Fisherman’s Wharf, drove down Lombard Street, ate ice cream at Ghiradelli and saw the tree lighting at Union Square. It was Black Friday, so everything was extra packed. Saturday was a bit more low-key. We visited places I had never been before… like the beautiful- Baker Beach, and we also did a little shopping, but mostly eating inside the Ferry Building.

I hope you had a wonderful weekend, and you got to spend it with the ones you love!

Baker Beach

Salteñas from Donut house – a delicious discovery in Redwood City

in Union Square – miss you guys already!

San Francisco, U.S. 4 Replies to “Thanksgiving in San Francisco”


4 thoughts on “Thanksgiving in San Francisco

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    We miss you more! It was fabulous to spend this special time together, now I know why people leave their heart in San Francisco!

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      Glad you made it home safe! See you soon!! Xoxo

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    Alejandra que rica experiencia deseo lo mejor para ti en San Francisco una linda ciudad para gente joven y linda en todo sentido como tu. miss you hope to see you,when you visit South Cal.

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