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The Streets Of San Francisco

STARTED OFF OUR JOURNEY TO SAN FRANCISCO ON A SATURDAY MORNING... It was only a one hour half drive from our place and we reached there around 11am... Without wasting much time, we made our way to a chinese restaurant but it turned out to be the most "disappointing" moment of the day... anyway, I will skip that for now...

Since this is my second time here in SF, the roller coaster roads are not new to me as it was the first time but it was certainly an "eye-opener" for my aunt... she was amazed by them.. hahahaa...
Approaching the Bridge to San Francisco....
Looks familiar?
No...its kind of different totally....
We are going to the tallest landmark there...
That landmark represents Chinatown...
Oh, in fact we have reached... 
Parked our car nearby and walked towards the people's park...
Where all Asians gather here to "lepak" ... integrating with one another...
This is how they passed time each time....
We also "lepak" here too...
ooopsss...Wrong pose!
So this is Chinatown Park..!
Do what the Asians do...
Then we walked the streets in Chinatown...
Window Shopping....
Having fun....
Initially we were like "good girls"
No bags at all means no shopping....
Looking for souvenirs?
Bought a bit though....
Not much... just a few big plastic bags... 
Ok... money spent... time to make a move!
hahhahaaa...


Comments

  1. No Place like the City by the Bay!


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    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
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  2. *If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to.....*

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  3. This reminds of the San Andersan movie....

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  4. the Golden Gate Bridge, must see for me, but I think since this is your 2nd visit, nothing new and exciting to you huh?? oh, the Chinatown is huge!! and I'm looking forward to see the slopes of SF.. :)

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  5. Tsk! You haven't even reach those H&M lah, Macy's lah, ROSS lah... only Chinatown already few plastic bags... the car can fit or not?? :D

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  6. China Tow is a must visit place..where is your next destination?

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  7. Looks like a nice, neat place. No bags, no shopping and suddenly you are holding 2 big bags already, hahah!

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  8. Enjoy your shopping spree.

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  9. I would be amazed by the roads, structures and high rise buildings in SF! Wow! Nice shopping hauls, Claire.

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  10. Interesting trip. i must go San Francisco one day.

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