A Sunday In San Francisco

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A Sunday In San Francisco

Last Sunday I got together with a couple of fellow blogger friends Justina and ZohaZoha for a lazy girl’s day out in the city. We met at the Powell Street station on Market around Noon and headed to Mel’s Diner around the corner to grab a bite to eat. This place is straight out of the 1960’s!!! I wish I had snapped some photos. If you are ever visiting San Francisco, I highly recommend stopping here.

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Afterward we walked a bit down the street to take photos and gawk at The View. I’ve talked about this place before, I’m sure. It’s a swanky bar on the 49th or something floor on top of a hotel downtown and it has some of THE BEST views in the city. Sadly they don’t open until 4pm each day, so we couldn’t go up and enjoy a Sunday drink. So instead we headed to Hayes Valley to Miette – this cute French bakery.
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I, of course, went gaga for the macaroons. My favorite flavors are ones that you can’t find in other treats, like rose or early grey and lavendar. If i’m going to drop $6 on 3 cookies, I want to have something fun.

Since it rained the night before, it was much colder than previous days. I was silly and thought a simple GAP cardigan would be enough of a top layer (wrong), but I did warm up as we walked. I thought ahead and wore my old, comfy Target black booties for the walking. In an effort to look a little preppy, but not too preppy, I paired a white Uniqlo sweater with a grey blazer over a faux-leather skater skirt.

So, that was my grand lazy Sunday in San Francisco. Way better than watching Netflix with my cat. What did you guys do this past weekend?

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    Tina D.
    November 29, 2015 at 10:06 pm

    Great day out in the City! I gotta try this spot!

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