A swing by San Francisco


This weekend I took some time off from school and newspaper to visit the lovely (but windy) city of San Francisco. This was my first trip SF, a city that’s been in my list of places to visit from quite some time. Spent 4 days exploring all parts of the city (except for Castro, but you need to save some things as an excuse to come back).

And I got elected as the new Chief Information Officer for ANSA USA.


This guys was hanging out outside our apartment. “I’m not a nut, just an art school teacher,” was his explanation for San Francisco’s coolest outfit.


 The capitol.


Haight-Ashbury – aka Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin’s old neighborhood.


We ate lunch at this diner, the pancakes were delicious.


Corner of Haight & Ashbury, the streets that the neighborhood is named after.


Elise, my travelling companion.

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At the Golden Gate Bridge, dressed like a 90s chick.

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San Francisco was reallyreallyreally cold.



4 thoughts on “A swing by San Francisco

  • all the pictures look great as usual. SF looks to be an interesting town. Whenever I’m here in my endless Summer island I miss the winter and the snow – and the great Cafes, breakfasts, etc that Germany does at its best.

    hope you’re enjoying your time back home – and in the Summer.


    • I am! Never-ending summer in Hawaii still treats me surprisingly well. Hope you’re doing great as well.

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