My mother-in-law, who lives in Nevada, was here visiting for the weekend. She stayed at my sister-in-laws on Friday and Saturday, and spent the day and night here on Sunday. Yesterday, she had plans to take a tour in San Francisco. She grew up close to the city, so she always had a desire to go back. She says she could even picture herself living there! My father-in-law, however is the total opposite. He'd probably rather live in a run down shack in the sticks than live there. In fact, he doesn't even like going there just for the sights. So, since she was here by herself for the weekend, she decided she would pay to have a guided tour! She already did some research on her own and knew which company she would go with. All I had to do was call to reserve it for her and drive her to the bart station in the morning that would take her to the city. My husband works in San Francisco, so he walked over to where she got off on bart to make sure she made it okay. After work, he met her back at the same place where she was dropped off at the end of the tour so they could take bart home together. I let her borrow my camera since she forgot hers at home, and she took some really great shots! I'll just share a couple of the more popular "landmarks" that is widely known around the world. So, in case you never get to travel to the West Coast, here are some pictures of a very foggy morning in San Francisco, Californ..I-A!
One side of Fisherman's Wharf
The infamous Golden Gate Bridge
This bridge has the HIGHEST suicide rate! They are planning on putting a net underneath the bridge. Cost? $50 million!! The red bus is what she was on for the tour Random street shots