Last installment of my now-long-ago weekend in SF, thanks for indulging me. =) Sunday also went by really fast but it was also nice and I really enjoyed it. Overall SF was a welcome breath of fresh air for me and I can't wait to go back again.
more pics while waiting in the hotel lobby
the face i usually make when i'm bored or trying to amuse myself
chocolate mint water that Catherine had introduced me to, I love that it has 0 calories
For lunch my friend took me to Turtle Tower Restaurant, a northern style pho place. Yum. It's quite different than the southern/Americanized pho that I usually eat, but still quite tasty.
Afterwards, I dragged him to Golden Gate Park, to see the Picasso exhibit at the de Young Museum. To be honest, I'm not really a Picasso fan but I love museums and I can appreciate that these pieces came all the way from Paris. (No photography was allowed inside the exhibit.)
Unfortunately I was pressed for time so we couldn't do the audio tour, which I think would have been much better. After leaving the de Young Museum, we visited the Japanese Tea Garden. I really liked it, it's big and beautiful and it was also nice since it was a sunny day. Although...is it a little sad to say that some of it reminded me of The Sims 2? haha Sometimes my life reminds me of that game, even though it's supposed to be the other way around.
Ahhhhh I really wanted to stay longer at Golden Gate Park but I knew I was pushing it. After we left though, I found out my flight had been delayed so I made a quick stop at the YesStyle store at Stonestown Galleria. They didn't have what I was looking for but I did end up with one purchase.