Monday, 18 April 2016

To San Francisco

Atlanta, it's always a pleasure and off to San Francisco.

Stayed at Hyatt in Fisherman's Wharf which is between North Point and Bay Street. Very convenient to walk right out into the main attraction area.

Slightly tired and peckish, time was already around 4pm and we didn't wanted to have a proper meal just yet. It's my first time to San Francisco, it was a whole new exploration. 

Boudin Bakery was the place to go to! Highly recommend for a snack and just a loaf of Sourdough. You wont miss the sight of it by Pier 43. 

A quick drink and light bite under the sun. We went around the area to see what's there to offer. Just keep in mind, even though it's sunny, there's still a cool breeze. 

Just adorable, just too adorable. I practically wanted to have one each but not sure how I'd eat them all. The turtle ones are so cute! 

We ended up getting one of this crabbie hat! 

Tempted to get a Crab Chowder to go

We ended up having dinner at one of San Francisco's oldest running seafood restaurants, Alioto's, 

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What a view right? 

Crab Cakes ($32.95) | Garlic Shrimp Pots ($13.25)
Steamed Clams ($22.25)
Seafood Bouillabaisse ($25.50)
Overall, the food was good, apart from feeling very thirsty from the saltiness of the food. I would have chosen something else on their House Specialties selection other than the garlic shrimp which the waiter did recommend to us. 

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