Jean Jacket: Macy’s / American Rag | Pants: IBiss Boutique in Willow Glen | Shoes: Marshall’s | Purse: Coach
I recently got these pants and just love how comfy they are. It’s like wearing socially acceptable pajamas! The only thing that could make them better would be if they had pockets.
He planned an SF day trip, taking a trip to Haight Street and Dolores Park before going to see the super moon. What better excuse to wear my new hippie-style pants than a hippie day in SF!
We walked down Haight street looking at the shops and street art. He wanted to check out a few book stores. It’s a cute street. It has a variety of shops: from mom and pop to name brand. And like most of SF, it has art around almost every corner.
We stopped by a little cafe and had a bite of gelato because who doesn’t like gelato?
At one end of Haight street is Golden Gate Park, where you can walk around and hang out too.
Afterwards we went to grab some food and have a picnic at Dolores park, where I have actually never been (besides next to it to get ice cream once).
You will get a variety of different people at Dolores: hippies, “edgy” greaser types, dogs, kids, hipsters and so on.
We went to Corona Heights to watch the sunset and the rise of the super moon. Just choose which entrance of the park to go to on Google maps wisely, or you will walk up the ridiculous hiking trail in heels / just in socks. The tough trail is on the 15th St side. There’s an easier, stair path that I would recommend….
It’s a beautiful place to see views of the city and across the bay toward Oakland.
Sadly, I do not have a video recording of everyone howling at the moon.
We were able to get a few shots of the moon as it was rising, but we brought the wrong camera up the hill-scaling hike. We went to a vista point afterwards off 280 to get some cool pictures of the moon.
No trip to San Francisco is the same. You never know what you are going to get. (Always bring layers!)