San Francisco, Day 2

Day 2- Lombard Street, Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, Sonoma, Napa

Lombard StreetIMG_4142

Golden Gate BridgeIMG_4161IMG_0838IMG_4170IMG_4259IMG_4209IMG_0855IMG_4248IMG_0895IMG_4232IMG_4255IMG_0955IMG_4270



Muir Woods




Napa Valley


wearing: Old Navy skirt, Gap jumper (old, similar here), (outfit change- Old Navy boyfriend t-shirt), Superga, Ray-Bans, Chole bag

Our second day was just as much fun as the first- we went to church in San Francisco and then headed for Lombard street. We couldn’t believe how steep it was and how tight the turns were but it is surrounded by the most beautiful homes! We then rented some bikes and biked to the Golden Gate bridge, over the bridge (stopping for pictures, of course) and back, it was defintely longer than we expected! We were very sweaty after the bike ride! And a skirt was not necessarily the best idea… It was very windy over the bridge.

Once we returned the bikes we then drove over the bridge and headed for a little town called Sausalito- we did some window shopping and stopped for lunch at a pizza cafe. It had a great view of the city (I was too busy enjoying the moment to take photos, sorry). We jumped back in the car and made our way up the hill to Muir woods which is famous (Rise of the Planet of the Apes and The Return of the Jedi were filmed there). We enjoyed aimlessly wandering around. We ended the day in the wine region- first of all we visited Sonoma (which was my personal favourite) the town square was so quaint and I loved the shops and cafes. And I couldn’t go to wine region without visiting Napa Valley (because of Parent Trap!). We loved walking the vineyards and driving through the rolling hills.

Now to explore the city…

Natasha xo


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