San Francisco Profiles – San Francisco’s Western Addition/Japantown with Paroma

A little piece of my heart and soul will always belong to San Francisco and despite moving out of the area and settling into Phoenix, I will still visit.  San Francisco is a thriving, ever-changing city, one that takes lots of time to explore thoroughly, which is why I am still making my way through the neighborhoods with my San Francisco Profiles series. Today I'd like to introduce you to … [Read more...]

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A San Francisco Weekend for Foodies

Whenever I chat with people about weekend trips, I often hear about trips to Vegas, trips to LA, etc. You people are missing out! A San Francisco weekend chock full of food exploits is the place to be! San Francisco is small but mighty. 7 miles by 7 miles, but packed with great things to eat, drink and do. It is an awesome place to come for the weekend and this post is intended to convince … [Read more...]

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My San Francisco Guide

I get lots of questions about San Francisco so I decided to put together all the posts that I've written about one of the best cities in the world do that you'll have the information in one place. (You're welcome!) San Francisco Neighborhood Guides In my San Francisco Profile series, I interviewed locals from some of the most famous neighborhoods. At the bottom of each interview is my little … [Read more...]

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Great Mexican Restaurants in San Francisco

Cinco de Mayo is on the horizon so I thought I would share a list of some of my favorite Mexican restaurants in San Francisco. Whether you love tacos, burritos or anything with mole sauce, San Francisco has got amazing Mexican food. And while there is a large abundance of Mexican restaurants in San Francisco, especially in the Mission District, you can find really great Mexican food … [Read more...]

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Things To Do in San Francisco in the Winter

San Francisco is extremely lucky to have very temperate weather. That affords a certain freedom when it comes to being outside all year round. Most of the things to do in San Francisco in the winter can be done any time of the year, but winter does offer some unique opportunities! San Francisco Bay Cruises I think one of the most important things to mention is that there just aren't as … [Read more...]

San Francisco for the Holidays

San Francisco for the holidays doesn't get any better! So if you are in the city this holiday season, you might want to check out the following things to do, see, eat or drink. Things to Do Our [usually] mild weather lends the opportunity to do a lot more outdoors things and take in more of the gorgeous city! Winter Walk SF > Winter Walk SF is an open plaza in the heart of Union … [Read more...]

5 Places to Eat Oysters in San Francisco

It's oyster season in San Francisco! And, along with the dungeness crab season that comes later in November, it is one of my favorite times of year in the Bay Area! San Francisco is lucky to have oysters all year round, but at this time of year, there are far more varieties to choose from. I wanted to share my favorites so here are 5 places to eat oysters in San Francisco. And maybe, just … [Read more...]

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Best Burmese Food in San Francisco

It's been awhile since we left San Francisco and began our year-long road trip. But I think about all the wonderful cuisines that the city by the bay has to offer each and every day! That's why I am thrilled to bring you a guest post from Julia of Small World This Is about her favorite San Francisco cuisine, Burmese.  She's sharing her picks for the best Burmese food in San Francisco and I have … [Read more...]

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My San Francisco Fairmont Staycation with Stearns & Foster

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Stearns & Foster, but (as always) the content and opinions expressed here are all mine. Sadly, Stearns & Foster (along with Jetsetter) didn't send me to Venice to try out the wonderful trip they were giving away in their perfectly crafted sweepstakes.  But, Stearns & Foster DID treat me to an amazing staycation in the iconic Fairmont Hotel … [Read more...]

San Francisco Profiles – San Francisco’s Marina with Melissa

Everybody dreams of little by the water and while San Francisco is on the bay and there is access to it from several areas in the city, the best place to be near it up close is to be in the Marina.  You might have to fight the tourists on the weekends for its awesome green space and water access, but it well worth it whether you are walking or biking. I am very, very lucky to have Melissa of … [Read more...]

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