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San Francisco Trip

Last January I went to San Francisco, I wish I stayed there longer!
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These signs took up an entire wall of the Yan Yan Chinese Restaurant on Judah St. I wish I understood it:



The Crepevine Restaurant filled me up with a good breakfast, I went there twice!:




My friend recommended to eat at The Stinking Rose. She read my mind because I LOVE garlicy food. I ordered the Gnocchetti with Garlic gorgonzola, asparagus & toasted pine nuts and I also ate their garlic bread:





I spent the whole day at Fisherman's Wharf, it was fun getting lost there. My first stop there was at Boudin Bakery:





Kara's Cupcakes at Ghirardelli Square had neat cupcake designs:




Japan Town was fun, I wish it was bigger. I forgot where we ate (sorry!):



Sorabol was my favorite Korean fast food place. I was sad when it closed at Boulevard Mall in Las Vegas. When I was at Westfield Mall, I was happy to see the place again:



~Danica's photos~


Crepes from Crepevine:



Bubba Gump:




At Fisherman's Wharf, haha:



Remains of a bread bowl at Boudin:



Lasgna from The Stinking Rose:



Udon from Japan Town (she also forgot where we ate):

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