We took a mini trip to the Inner Sunset district of SF to see the Tiled Steps Project. The area’s supposed to give you amazing views of SF and the Golden Gate Bridge. Unfortunately, it was super foggy on the day we went, so no view for us. But that fog is just so quintessentially SF and gives such an interesting atmosphere in pictures that I can’t complain.
If you visit, be sure to not only walk to the top of the tiled steps, but go up the next set of steps across the street, up into a small wooded area. That’s where the awesome view is supposed to be.
It was very charming. Full of knickknacks. Great location, too.
One thing I distinctly remember during our stay here was staying up late to surf the internet and watch all the news segments about the Higgs boson. For some reason, I was obsessed with it. (Specifically, trying to figure out what it meant! It only took, like, 20 articles before I understood.) Priorities.
We were lucky enough to get some tickets to Tuesday’s San Francisco Giants game (the games are constantly sold out!).
It was Bruce Lee night, too. (My pictures are sadly lacking our new Bruce Lee bobblehead.)
I was able to pick out pitcher Ryan Vogelsong warming up so many yards away. Gregor Blanco was so nice, always flipping baseballs into the stands. (I didn’t see any Diamondbacks throwing balls into the stands. I’m just sayin’.) And I saw Duane Kuiper, one of the awesome announcers, sitting out in the stands.
Overall, it was absolutely freezing, but so very fun. (Even if the Giants lost in extra innings.)