I’m here today to attempt to explain why I love San Francisco. I visited San Francisco in July of 2013 back when Paul graduated from college and I was stuck being a fifth year senior. It was one of the tougher mental points in my life and this was the first trip I took that made me realize travel is a fabulous way to get through those tough times. I insist to this day, even though the trip was almost three years ago, that San Francisco just had a certain feel to it. I love this feeling so much that just being in the airport for a layover (pre cross country road trip) was enough to make me happy, I kid you not. So I thought it would be fun to take you through my five senses of San Francisco.
Hello friends! Today I have another installment of Sunshine Chasers for you. I know Allie from some of my favorite twitter chats, and the second I found out she was from the Bay Area, I knew I wanted her to guest post on the blog. San Francisco has my heart, and so Allie stopped by today to give us 5 things to do in San Francisco this Spring. Take it away Allie!
As I ease myself in to this blog and try to figure out what I want to talk about/how I want to talk about it, my posts are going to be a bit all over the place! But let's put aside the money stress and planning for today. And let me tell you about a time that I actually chased my sunshine. I think that's very appropriate. I could talk for HOURS about my trip to San Francisco last summer. And I do, frequently.