Fog and cold weather aside, San Francisco is an amazing city....
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Golden Gate Bridge
The first on my list was the most famous landmark of San Francisco which is the Golden Gate Bridge. I still remember how windy and cold it was that day but the site of the bridge just mesmerised me. The Golden Gate Bridge is the first and the largest suspension bridge in the world. I could see people who had come there for their morning walks and cycling. I so wanted to do all of that but time didn't permit me to do that.
My afternoon was spent wandering around Union Square, and headed to Chinatown. I ended up in the Fortune Cookie Factory - so hard to find, in a little alley - where you can see the ladies shape the cookies and you get to try them, always down for free food !From all of the US, San Francisco’s Chinatown is the best, I think. It made me want to discover Asia so bad ! I saw men read Chinese newspaper, the bus speaker announce stops in Chinese before Spanish ! Incredible how big the Asian community is.--> Watch the video down below to see more :)Telegraph Hill is a nice climb to do, where Coit Tower is. To get in the Tower costs $7, no thanks I’d rather enjoy the pretty decent view of the bridge from the parking lot.
About San Francisco
San Francisco is magical.It is the city of rich people(being the most expensive state of the US). It is sophisticated, cosmopolitan, often foggy and infamous for its high priced real estate.This water-framed city's most recognizable sights include the Golden Gate Bridge to steep streets, cable cars, and salty Fisherman's Wharf, but San Francisco is also home to world-class museums as well.I travelled from San Jose to San Francisco in the public train because taking an Uber was really expensive. It took me almost 2 hrs to reach there.Because I was only there for a day I choose to see the best possible things I could cover.
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit San Francisco is February and from April to September