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San Francisco In 48 Hours

Two weeks ago my mother and I flew down to California where we spent the weekend in San Francisco! I had not been here since I was six, so I was thrilled when my Mom surprised me with the news of this trip. What a blast! I am very thankful for this get-away and glad that I got to spend it with her. ♥︎

There is so much to do in this beautiful city. If you are limited in time, though, you do not want to over-plan. You definitely want to be able to enjoy enough time at each place you visit. With that in mind, I have made a guide of all of the things I would recommend doing in San Francisco in 48 hours. Hope you enjoy it!

San Francisco Powell StreetExplore Union Square & Powell Street

Union Square is a 2.6 acre public plaza bordered by Stockton, Geary, Post, and Powell streets in downtown San Francisco. We stayed at the Villa Florence Hotel on Powell Street, so we did not have to do any driving to get here. However, I would still recommend stopping by Union Square even if you stay somewhere else. This plaza is filled with lovely old buildings, beautiful storefronts (I have never seen such a fancy looking H&M!), and some amazing restaurants. I enjoyed all of the places we dined, which included Cafe Bellini for brunch and Kuleto’s and John’s Grill for two different dinners. All three serve delicious food which I would highly recommend checking out.

When you have finished eating or shopping at Union Square, I would also recommend walking up Powell. This street was one of my favorites in the city as all of the architecture is gorgeous. Just look at 535 Powell! ↑ That doorway is beyond striking. ????

Union SquareUnion SquareAnother reason to visit/stay in Union Square is because there is a BART station right at the corner of Market and Powell, making this plaza very accessible if you have just gotten off of the plane and are not planning on renting a car.

San Francisco Ride On The Cable Car

You simply have to ride the Cable Car! It was established in the late 1800s and is such a fun way to see part of the city. Not to mention, San Francisco’s cable car system is the last manually operated cable car system in the world. Definitely an iconic piece of history!

The main cable car system starts on Powell street and will take you within walking distance of Fisherman’s Wharf. I would, however, still recommend walking part of Powell Street as well. Though the hill is quite steep, the buildings on it (especially the strip above Union Square) are lovely and so fun to photograph. It is also easier to hop on the trolly from up the hill. A large amount of people are always waiting at the start of the trolly making it ridiculously hard to get on from there.

San Francisco Powell StreetSan Francisco TrollySan Francisco Powell StreetPier 39Walk Around Pier 39

A first-time visit to San Francisco is not complete unless you visit Pier 39, the most popular part of Fisherman’s Wharf. This bustling bayside pier features waterfront dining, shops, scenic views – including a view of Alcatraz – and hundreds of camped-out sea lions. If you have never seen a sea lion before, I would definitely recommend visiting here since you cannot get a much closer view of these funny creatures than what you do here.

Fisherman’s Wharf has tons of eateries, all perfect for anyone who loves Seafood. I am not a big fan of most sea-food, though, so none of these places looked appealing to me. Instead, we walked a couple blocks down to Jefferson Street where we found a restaurant called Cioppino’s. The food was fantastic! If you like Italian food, I would highly recommend coming here for lunch or dinner. I cannot wait to eat there again next time I visit San Francisco.

San FranciscoDrive Down Lombard Street

Unfortunately, I do not have a photograph of this street for you. It is impossible to take a picture that properly shows how winding Lombard is, unless standing from one of the home balconies or using a camera on a drone. I can, however, tell you that (if you have a rental car) driving down this street is a must. Often called the “crookedest street in the world,” this street is unique to San Francisco and definitely a fun little experience that you should tick off of your sight-seeing list!

edited-25-of-9Wander Through The Palace of Fine Arts

Originally constructed in 1915, the Palace of Fine Arts was created as a monumental structure to display works of art in the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. In 1965, it was rebuilt and is now one of the only few surviving structures from the exposition.

At the present, this gorgeous construction serves primarily as a famous tourist attraction and favorite wedding locale, though to this day it is still a place for art exhibitions. Moreover, it has become so popular that a miniature replica of it was even made in Disney’s California Adventure.

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edited-26-of-9If you only see a few things when you visit San Francisco, this simply must be one of them. It is just too gorgeous to pass up. I mean, its pond has swans! And just look at those pillars! Walking around the Palace of Fine Arts was like stepping back into Italy – something I will never be opposed to!

edited-27-of-9edited-29-of-9edited-28-of-9edited-30-of-9edited-31-of-9edited-23-of-2Walk Around The Marina

The Marina is one of the loveliest parts of San Francisco. It is much quieter than Pier 39; all of the homes lined along the waterfront are so charming; and there is a beautiful view of the Golden Gate Bridge from the beach. If you are pressed for time and have to choose between Pier 39 and the Marina, I would definitely choose the Marina. I absolutely loved it here.

edited-24-of-2San Francisco Bay StreetMr Holmes BakehouseGet Pastries at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Mr Holmes Bakehouse is undoubtedly one of the most popular pastry shops in San Francisco. And for good reason! Their treats are absolutely delicious and worthy of five stars.

The cruffins are their most popular sweet. I loved the doughnut part of these; but, to be honest, I personally did not care much for their filling. I do not have a big sweet tooth, so the filling was just a bit too much for me and I ended up not eating that part. If you do have a sweet tooth, though, then these little delights are for you! Or if you don’t, then try their croissants. These were right up my alley and by far the best croissants I have ever had. Moist, fluffy, perfect consistency, yum-yum-yum! But no matter what, I would still recommend trying the cruffins. Even if you have to dump out the filling, the doughnut part is definitely worth it. SO good ????

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse is located at 1042 Larkin St, just outside of the bustling Union Square. They are open daily from 7-2:30 a.m. on weekdays and 8-2:30 a.m. on weekends. A lot of people recommend that you should get there half an hour early to line up for the cruffins (there is a separate line for these as opposed to the other pastries), but that was not really necessary the day I visited. We went at around 9 am on a Sunday and barely had to wait at all. So, if you are running late the day you wish to visit, I would still make a trip over. Just know that this place can close early. They make a certain amount of pastries per day and will close shop when they have sold out.

Mr. Holmes BakehouseSan Francisco Painted LadiesVisit The Painted Ladies

“Painted Ladies” is an American architecture term used to refer to Victorian and Edwardian era homes and buildings that have been painted in three or more colors to enhance their details. This was started in the 60s by San Francisco artist Butch Kardum, who painted the exterior of his own home with intense greens and blues. By the 1970s, his artistic experimentation (as well as that of others) had led to the colorist movement which resulted in the refashioning of entire streets and neighborhoods – something which continues to this day.

There are Painted Ladies all throughout San Francisco, but the most iconic strip of them is located on Steiner Street across from the Alamo Square Park. Often referred to as “postcard row,” this collection of Victorian Era homes is an absolute must-see. And it is also a great place to eat your Mr. Holmes Bakehouse treats! There is no seating at that bakery, so we went there to eat our pastries instead, and it was really lovely.

One other thing you should know about these homes is that they have been in countless movies and tv shows, including the intro to Full House. If you are a fan of that show, you really should not pass up a trip here.

San Francisco Painted Ladies San Francisco Painted LadiesSan FranciscoWalk or Bike San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge

It is one thing to admire the Golden Gate Bridge from a distance, but I can guarantee you that it is 100 times more impressive to actually walk or bike it. The view is fantastic, staring up at the bridge beams is amazing, and it is so fun to watch all of the boats – ranging from huge barges all the way to tiny sail boats – glide back and forth under the bridge. Not to mention, you always have a chance of seeing marine mammals in the water! My mother saw some dolphins (I just missed them!), and we both watched some harbor seals. At different times of the year, you have the chance to see whales here as well.

The Golden Gate Bridge is definitely long (1.7 miles), but I am still surprised at how many locals I talked to who have never crossed it on foot. Seriously, it is so worth it! I absolutely loved the view and cannot think of a better way to enjoy the sunset.

San Francisco Golden Gate BridgeSan Francisco Golden Gate BridgeThere are bikes all along the streets of San Francisco that you can rent per hour. However, if you choose to ride along the bridge, I would recommend doing a half or full day rental from an actual shop. This seems to be cheaper, and you are guaranteed a bike that actually works.

You can find multiple bicycle rental shops all over town, especially near Fisherman’s Wharf. The most popular one, though, seems to be San Francisco Bicycle Rentals at 425 Jefferson Street which is right around the corner from that tasty Italian restaurant I told you about!

San Francisco Golden Gate BridgeGolden Gate Bridge

Anyways, I hope this guide was helpful and that you enjoyed looking at all of the pictures. Let me know in the comments if you have ever been to San Francisco! Thank you so much for reading!

s

xo, mikéla

P.S.

Make sure you are following me on instagram and facebook if you want to see more photos and travel posts like this one. I will be posting some on there that I have not shown here.

San Francisco In 48 Hours

Two weeks ago my mother and I flew down to California where we spent the weekend in San Francisco! I had not been here since I was six, so I was thrilled when my Mom surprised me with the news of this trip. What a blast! I am very thankful for this get-away and glad that I got to spend it with her. ♥︎

There is so much to do in this beautiful city. If you are limited in time, though, you do not want to over-plan. You definitely want to be able to enjoy enough time at each place you visit. With that in mind, I have made a guide of all of the things I would recommend doing in San Francisco in 48 hours. Hope you enjoy it!

San Francisco Powell StreetExplore Union Square & Powell Street

Union Square is a 2.6 acre public plaza bordered by Stockton, Geary, Post, and Powell streets in downtown San Francisco. We stayed at the Villa Florence Hotel on Powell Street, so we did not have to do any driving to get here. However, I would still recommend stopping by Union Square even if you stay somewhere else. This plaza is filled with lovely old buildings, beautiful storefronts (I have never seen such a fancy looking H&M!), and some amazing restaurants. I enjoyed all of the places we dined, which included Cafe Bellini for brunch and Kuleto’s and John’s Grill for two different dinners. All three serve delicious food which I would highly recommend checking out.

When you have finished eating or shopping at Union Square, I would also recommend walking up Powell. This street was one of my favorites in the city as all of the architecture is gorgeous. Just look at 535 Powell! ↑ That doorway is beyond striking. ????

Union SquareUnion SquareAnother reason to visit/stay in Union Square is because there is a BART station right at the corner of Market and Powell, making this plaza very accessible if you have just gotten off of the plane and are not planning on renting a car.

San Francisco Ride On The Cable Car

You simply have to ride the Cable Car! It was established in the late 1800s and is such a fun way to see part of the city. Not to mention, San Francisco’s cable car system is the last manually operated cable car system in the world. Definitely an iconic piece of history!

The main cable car system starts on Powell street and will take you within walking distance of Fisherman’s Wharf. I would, however, still recommend walking part of Powell Street as well. Though the hill is quite steep, the buildings on it (especially the strip above Union Square) are lovely and so fun to photograph. It is also easier to hop on the trolly from up the hill. A large amount of people are always waiting at the start of the trolly making it ridiculously hard to get on from there.

San Francisco Powell StreetSan Francisco TrollySan Francisco Powell StreetPier 39Walk Around Pier 39

A first-time visit to San Francisco is not complete unless you visit Pier 39, the most popular part of Fisherman’s Wharf. This bustling bayside pier features waterfront dining, shops, scenic views – including a view of Alcatraz – and hundreds of camped-out sea lions. If you have never seen a sea lion before, I would definitely recommend visiting here since you cannot get a much closer view of these funny creatures than what you do here.

Fisherman’s Wharf has tons of eateries, all perfect for anyone who loves Seafood. I am not a big fan of most sea-food, though, so none of these places looked appealing to me. Instead, we walked a couple blocks down to Jefferson Street where we found a restaurant called Cioppino’s. The food was fantastic! If you like Italian food, I would highly recommend coming here for lunch or dinner. I cannot wait to eat there again next time I visit San Francisco.

San FranciscoDrive Down Lombard Street

Unfortunately, I do not have a photograph of this street for you. It is impossible to take a picture that properly shows how winding Lombard is, unless standing from one of the home balconies or using a camera on a drone. I can, however, tell you that (if you have a rental car) driving down this street is a must. Often called the “crookedest street in the world,” this street is unique to San Francisco and definitely a fun little experience that you should tick off of your sight-seeing list!

edited-25-of-9Wander Through The Palace of Fine Arts

Originally constructed in 1915, the Palace of Fine Arts was created as a monumental structure to display works of art in the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. In 1965, it was rebuilt and is now one of the only few surviving structures from the exposition.

At the present, this gorgeous construction serves primarily as a famous tourist attraction and favorite wedding locale, though to this day it is still a place for art exhibitions. Moreover, it has become so popular that a miniature replica of it was even made in Disney’s California Adventure.

edited-23-of-9edited-24-of-9

edited-26-of-9If you only see a few things when you visit San Francisco, this simply must be one of them. It is just too gorgeous to pass up. I mean, its pond has swans! And just look at those pillars! Walking around the Palace of Fine Arts was like stepping back into Italy – something I will never be opposed to!

edited-27-of-9edited-29-of-9edited-28-of-9edited-30-of-9edited-31-of-9edited-23-of-2Walk Around The Marina

The Marina is one of the loveliest parts of San Francisco. It is much quieter than Pier 39; all of the homes lined along the waterfront are so charming; and there is a beautiful view of the Golden Gate Bridge from the beach. If you are pressed for time and have to choose between Pier 39 and the Marina, I would definitely choose the Marina. I absolutely loved it here.

edited-24-of-2San Francisco Bay StreetMr Holmes BakehouseGet Pastries at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Mr Holmes Bakehouse is undoubtedly one of the most popular pastry shops in San Francisco. And for good reason! Their treats are absolutely delicious and worthy of five stars.

The cruffins are their most popular sweet. I loved the doughnut part of these; but, to be honest, I personally did not care much for their filling. I do not have a big sweet tooth, so the filling was just a bit too much for me and I ended up not eating that part. If you do have a sweet tooth, though, then these little delights are for you! Or if you don’t, then try their croissants. These were right up my alley and by far the best croissants I have ever had. Moist, fluffy, perfect consistency, yum-yum-yum! But no matter what, I would still recommend trying the cruffins. Even if you have to dump out the filling, the doughnut part is definitely worth it. SO good ????

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse is located at 1042 Larkin St, just outside of the bustling Union Square. They are open daily from 7-2:30 a.m. on weekdays and 8-2:30 a.m. on weekends. A lot of people recommend that you should get there half an hour early to line up for the cruffins (there is a separate line for these as opposed to the other pastries), but that was not really necessary the day I visited. We went at around 9 am on a Sunday and barely had to wait at all. So, if you are running late the day you wish to visit, I would still make a trip over. Just know that this place can close early. They make a certain amount of pastries per day and will close shop when they have sold out.

Mr. Holmes BakehouseSan Francisco Painted LadiesVisit The Painted Ladies

“Painted Ladies” is an American architecture term used to refer to Victorian and Edwardian era homes and buildings that have been painted in three or more colors to enhance their details. This was started in the 60s by San Francisco artist Butch Kardum, who painted the exterior of his own home with intense greens and blues. By the 1970s, his artistic experimentation (as well as that of others) had led to the colorist movement which resulted in the refashioning of entire streets and neighborhoods – something which continues to this day.

There are Painted Ladies all throughout San Francisco, but the most iconic strip of them is located on Steiner Street across from the Alamo Square Park. Often referred to as “postcard row,” this collection of Victorian Era homes is an absolute must-see. And it is also a great place to eat your Mr. Holmes Bakehouse treats! There is no seating at that bakery, so we went there to eat our pastries instead, and it was really lovely.

One other thing you should know about these homes is that they have been in countless movies and tv shows, including the intro to Full House. If you are a fan of that show, you really should not pass up a trip here.

San Francisco Painted Ladies San Francisco Painted LadiesSan FranciscoWalk or Bike San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge

It is one thing to admire the Golden Gate Bridge from a distance, but I can guarantee you that it is 100 times more impressive to actually walk or bike it. The view is fantastic, staring up at the bridge beams is amazing, and it is so fun to watch all of the boats – ranging from huge barges all the way to tiny sail boats – glide back and forth under the bridge. Not to mention, you always have a chance of seeing marine mammals in the water! My mother saw some dolphins (I just missed them!), and we both watched some harbor seals. At different times of the year, you have the chance to see whales here as well.

The Golden Gate Bridge is definitely long (1.7 miles), but I am still surprised at how many locals I talked to who have never crossed it on foot. Seriously, it is so worth it! I absolutely loved the view and cannot think of a better way to enjoy the sunset.

San Francisco Golden Gate BridgeSan Francisco Golden Gate BridgeThere are bikes all along the streets of San Francisco that you can rent per hour. However, if you choose to ride along the bridge, I would recommend doing a half or full day rental from an actual shop. This seems to be cheaper, and you are guaranteed a bike that actually works.

You can find multiple bicycle rental shops all over town, especially near Fisherman’s Wharf. The most popular one, though, seems to be San Francisco Bicycle Rentals at 425 Jefferson Street which is right around the corner from that tasty Italian restaurant I told you about!

San Francisco Golden Gate BridgeGolden Gate Bridge

Anyways, I hope this guide was helpful and that you enjoyed looking at all of the pictures. Let me know in the comments if you have ever been to San Francisco! Thank you so much for reading!

s

xo, mikéla

P.S.

Make sure you are following me on instagram and facebook if you want to see more photos and travel posts like this one. I will be posting some on there that I have not shown here.

  1. kclairethrush

    October 7th, 2016 at 9:45 am

    Mikela!! I keep scrolling up and down because I just love looking through all your gorgeous photos 🙂 I love the shot of you on the cable car. It makes me wish I was right there with you! San Fran is one of those places I’ve heard mixed reviews on about visiting, but I really do want to go at least once and make up my own mind. I’ll make sure to pin your post so I can keep a handy little must see list when I finally go. xo

    Kelsey | http://www.abalancingpeach.com

  2. Davelyn

    October 7th, 2016 at 10:10 am

    Thanks Kelsey! We’ll have to go on a trip together some time 🙂 I have heard a lot of negative reviews about it to, but I definitely have a positive opinion. There are, of course, going to be ugly parts of town in every city. However, San Francisco is filled with such a large amount of lovely architecture that there are many neighborhoods which feel so classy and like you are stepping back in time. Its definitely been well preserved. And the people there were very genuine and friendly. I was actually surprised at how welcoming and helpful they all were! Didn’t meet a single rude person. So I would definitely take a trip there. xo

  3. banglesandbungalows

    October 7th, 2016 at 12:40 pm

    I know I’ve said this before, but your photos are always so stunning. You have a great eye for capturing great angles. Have you ever considered looking for paid travel blogging opportunities? I’m doing a post soon about that topic so look out for it soon. I think your viewpoint and photos are so distinct and a great selling point for your blog when pitching to travel companies.

    xx Yasmin
    http://banglesandbungalows.com

  4. Davelyn

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:36 pm

    I am so glad you think so Yasmin. Your support means more to me than you know! And yes, that is definitely something I would love to do. Can’t wait to see your post! xox

  5. Nathy

    October 7th, 2016 at 2:34 pm

    Absolutely gorgeous photos!! Love how you highlighted the beautiful architectural details. And love those painted ladies! I usually see them photographed from a distance but it was really cool to see them up close like that. Very cool range of places too– it seems like you saw a lot in the short time you were there.

    -Nathy
    http://earnestyle.blogspot.com/

  6. Davelyn

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    Thank you! I am so glad you like them 🙂 And yes, we definitely covered a lot in just four days. Sore feet for sure! haha

  7. Amy Arnold

    October 7th, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    We just went for the first time over the summer and did many of the same things. You got such great photos! Mr. Holmes was definitely a highlight for me. Yum!

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

  8. Davelyn

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:38 pm

    Thank you! And I’m glad you enjoyed their sweets as well. xo

  9. Nadia

    October 7th, 2016 at 3:24 pm

    That is one place I have wanted to go to for ages, sweetie!! So excited you shared this as I am the biggest fan of travel articles, especially if they are about a destination I’ve been lusting after for so long 🙂 Hubby has been to SF so many times and he says he can’t wait for me to see it one day soon 🙂 Your mom is just the sweetest for making such a fab surprise 😀 Also, Mr Holmes… YES, PLEASE!! I have heard many many amazing things about the place!! LOVED this post so much! Hope you’re doing great, sweetie. Sorry I have been awful at replying on time. I need to really do something about it because I tend to read and leave a message hanging there for weeks if not months. Not sure why I do it and then feel the pressure of hundreds of messages waiting for me lol. Need to get that sorted out 🙂
    xox Nadia
    http://www.mielandmint.com

  10. Davelyn

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:40 pm

    Thanks Nadia! So glad you liked it! And no problem, I know you have been super busy lately 🙂 xo

  11. Mich Joseph

    October 8th, 2016 at 12:39 pm

    Great pictures hun! You’ve really captured SF.

    Mich x
    http://www.michjosephblog.wordpress.com

  12. Davelyn

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:40 pm

    Thanks dear! xox

  13. Floortje

    October 9th, 2016 at 4:27 am

    Can’t wait to go myself one day! Love your photos!

    Xx,

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  14. Davelyn

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:47 pm

    Thanks dear! And I hope you have a wonderful time there when you visit someday! xx

  15. Renee

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:59 am

    I have always wanted to visit San Francisco!! Your photos are amazing 🙂

    Ps Loving the new blog design!

    Renee | Life After Lux

  16. Davelyn

    October 9th, 2016 at 5:48 pm

    Thank you Renee! I hope you get to visit soon 🙂 xo

  17. laurajaneatelier

    October 9th, 2016 at 10:35 pm

    What great photos, I love san fran
    xo
    http://www.laurajaneatelier.com

  18. Davelyn

    October 12th, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    Thank you!

  19. Aleksandra

    October 10th, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    Swans make everything 1000000 times more beautiful!

  20. Davelyn

    October 12th, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    They really do!

  21. Ashley

    October 11th, 2016 at 8:58 am

    Such a fun + fast trip! I love San Francisco- I was born in Fremont, so SF was always a fun day trip. 🙂

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

  22. Davelyn

    October 12th, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    Oh I bet that was a lot of fun 🙂

  23. Shannon

    October 11th, 2016 at 10:33 am

    This is so helpful! I’ve always wanted to take a trip to San Francisco! It looks gorgeous!

    <3 Shannon
    Upbeat Soles

  24. Davelyn

    October 12th, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    I’m so glad! Hope you get to go soon!

  25. Rachel Holliday (@thedailyluxe)

    October 14th, 2016 at 2:22 am

    Your photos are so beautiful! I love San Franciso its such a stunning and eclectic city and you look like you went to all the right spots. Its crazy that the Golden Gate Bridge is so long- I saw it when I was in San Francisco, but I never went across it

    Rachel xx
    http://www.thedailyluxe.net

  26. Davelyn

    October 14th, 2016 at 11:12 pm

    Thank you Rachel! It really is such a stunning city xox

  27. Nina

    October 14th, 2016 at 7:27 am

    wow these pics are asbolutely beautiful. Love the architecture, the bridge, streets. You made me want to go on my next vacation.
    Nina
    Nina’s Style Blog

  28. Davelyn

    October 14th, 2016 at 11:15 pm

    Thank you Nina!

  29. Avant-garde

    October 14th, 2016 at 6:00 pm

    Such lovely shots… I’m officially a fan of your photography 🙂 Great post! Have a great day…
    https://outfitsandmakeupblog.wordpress.com

  30. Davelyn

    October 14th, 2016 at 11:15 pm

    Aww thank you! I hope you have a great day too!

  31. justatinabit

    October 14th, 2016 at 9:37 pm

    You captured San Francisco so beautifully! I’ve been there a lot since I live in Seattle and flights are always cheap. I have to agree with everything you suggested here! I still have yet to try Mr. Holmes but want to so badly!!

    Tina
    http://www.justatinabit.com

  32. Davelyn

    October 14th, 2016 at 11:17 pm

    Thanks Tina! And that’s awesome! We were lucky and got some cheap airfare there, but it definitely isn’t always like that since we aren’t one of the biggest airport hubs. And you definitely have to try Mr. Holmes!

  33. Rach

    October 16th, 2016 at 4:59 am

    I love SF and you captured it so well in this post! Everything there has so much charm!

    http://www.rdsobsessions.com

  34. Davelyn

    October 17th, 2016 at 9:38 am

    Thanks Rach! xo

  35. primrosebigwood

    October 17th, 2016 at 1:41 am

    Such a fab post – absolutely loving these shots, seriously beautiful! x

    http://www.stylepetal.co.uk

  36. Davelyn

    October 17th, 2016 at 9:38 am

    Thank you!

  37. kathrineeldridge1

    October 18th, 2016 at 3:16 am

    What a wonderful post on San Francisco! I love traveling there. Your pics are amazing!

    http://www.kathrineeldridge.com

  38. Davelyn

    October 19th, 2016 at 10:52 am

    Thank you so much!

  39. naomiinwonderland

    October 21st, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    I LOVED San Francisco when I was there! I was only there for just a few days when I was in California but everything about that city gave me such a good vibe, I really genuinely like it, I can’t wait to go back one day and explore more!

    Naomi in Wonderland

  40. naomiinwonderland

    October 21st, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    Oh and I totally forgot to mention how gorgeous your photos were and brought me right back to San Francisco haha!

  41. Davelyn

    October 27th, 2016 at 10:10 am

    I agree! San Francisco leaves you with such a good feeling. I can’t wait to go back either! And thank you 🙂 xo

  42. Jenny (@Krystel_Couture)

    October 22nd, 2016 at 10:26 am

    These images are absolutely breathtaking! Brilliant shots and post xx

    Jenny | Krystel Couture

  43. Davelyn

    October 27th, 2016 at 10:11 am

    Thanks so much Jenny! xox

  44. mrsmommymack

    December 8th, 2016 at 4:40 pm

    This is EXACTLY what I needed. THANK YOU!

  45. Davelyn

    December 8th, 2016 at 5:55 pm

    Oh I’m so glad this was helpful! ♥︎

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