While we were in San Francisco a couple weeks ago, we stopped at the Boudin Bakery. I have a slight obsession with making sourdough bread, so I was a little bit excited.
We ended up eating dinner there so we could go on the tour for free. More soup in breadbowls for us!
Where all the magic happens.
I was mildly interested in it, I guess.
They make animal shaped bread!
You can find a little video of our tour here!
Our big goal stop for the trip was San Francisco. We had to actively try not to fall in love with it. Who wouldn’t love a city that put a prison on its own island.
Christmas lights also make everything look more magical. Super festive.
We knew the streets were slanted and all, but it was like intense upward hiking to find this.
We couldn’t get a decent picture together in front of the bridge because the sun was attempting to burn holes in our eyes.
A very nice gentleman offered to take our picture in front of the bridge, and told us to stand here, but bless his heart, there is no bridge in the picture. He did tell us that pictures and memories are very important, and I do believe he is right on that one.
I half want to and half don’t want to go on an Alcatraz tour. I don’t want to end up being used in a hostage situation.
What is more festive than chocolate?
Excuse the blurry night picture, but we are young and in love.
We sensed there was a theme to this hotel, but we couldn’t quite put our finger on it…
Next is a drive through northern California, featuring history according to Mr Sander.