Alamo Square, Alcatraz, Alcatraz tours, bbq ribs, bodeans, Bridesmaids, carrot cake cheesecake, Chocolate almonds, Dogpatch, Golden Gate Bridge, Haight, Hi International San Francisco, juniors cheesecake, New Orleans Coffee, New York Chocolate fudge cheesecake, Oreo cheesecake, pier 39, Portland, Ramen, reeces pieces peanut butter cheesecake, San Francisco piers, Smokestack, southern american food, The Cheesecake Factory, Times Square, Travelling through San Francisco, Union Square, vintage shops
Next stop on our trip was San Francisco. I know Craig was secretly dreading it because he loved Las Vegas so much and wanted to stay in the heat but I was super excited to be going as had heard so many great things about it. We arrived around 6p.m and luckily our hostel wasn’t too far from the station. We did go around in circles a little bit before getting there but we made it in the end. Our hostel, Hi International, was located on Mason Street, therefore a good spot for getting around. We had booked a private room and when we saw the room it was a really small room with a double bed and then a bed on top. I could just see Craig’s face drop as we had gone form having two double beds and a bathroom to a small kind of dingy room for the same price. I’m quite used to hostels so didn’t mind too much but yes it wasn’t quite as fancy. We both thought the bed on top was pretty funny plus there were bars at the end of the bed so Craig was too tall for it!