After camping 2 nights in a row in Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks, it was definitely time to do some laundry. We stopped a little outside San Francisco and Jen and I took care of the dirty clothes while Mom got the oil changed in the car. We hit 5,000 miles!
She also cleaned the car. Look at that shine!
We then stopped in Target and used the bathrooms to change and make ourselves presentable for the big city.
Driving over the Golden Gate Bridge was pretty neat.
China Town in San Francisco is the biggest in the word besides Asia itself! We started off there and looked around the many shops.
We found an interesting meat shop.
After China Town, we made our way down to the famous Fisherman's Warf. Mom got directions from several San Francisco cops. There were pods of them everywhere!
Fisherman's Warf was lovely!
It was really windy there!
San Francisco is apparently known for their sourdough bread, so we stopped in Boudin's at Fisherman's Warf for a quick bite. Check out the lobster sourdough bread loaf.
Pig Sourdough Loaf and a Turtle Loaf
Fisherman's Warf also had sea lions!
We loved San Francisco! It was hands-down more fun, quaint, and interesting than Los Angeles.