Sunday, October 23, 2011

Lands End For An Afternoon

Land's End is San Francisco's rockiest and wildest coast and is part of the Golden Gate National Park. It's a good place to take a little walk and people watch.
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Let's begin our little walk - take the stairs down.
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Beautiful cypress trees.
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We'll take that trail.
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The ruins of Sutro Baths
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If you are planning on visiting San Fran someday, I suggest you include Lands End in your itinerary.

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I heart SF. Now I see a sign that SF hearts me too, can you see it?

11 comments:

  1. Maria, hubby is in SF now, I didn't know that he'll be coming there :( Should I have then I would have sent something for you... (the problem with not telling me plans) waaaah! I got a lot of messages sent to you through facebook but I never got answers - I totally wonder if you've read them or not :(

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  2. G --- I haven't seen any messages yet. Will check FB later. Sowee!

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  3. Wonderful shots. I went there once when I visited my brother.

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  4. You have seen a lot around San Fran that I haven't even heard of, Maria. WOW. This would be a place I'd want to see, too.

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  5. Maria, thank you for the tour. I can't imagine how those big cypress trees thrive on those rocks. I heart the heart in that rock, it's cute! BTW, i always see your comments in Ferdz and Oggie's blogs. We were together in Tinuy-an Falls in Surigao del Sur.

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  6. fantastic views. another great set of those places that i want to see in the future.

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  7. Realmente vale la pena visitarlo, lo tendré en cuenta si visito San Francisco (ojalá así sea) :)
    Abrazos

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  8. Lovely captures, great sights from the place.

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  9. A gorgeous series of fine pictures…and clearly enough to cause anyone to love the idea of visiting SF and falling in love with the place. Nice post.

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  10. Awesome scenery on top. Love that bunch of trees.

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