3 Days in San Francisco (SantaCon, Museum of Ice Cream & Angel Island)

San Francisco is one of my favorite places to travel during the Christmas season. Amie and I got a chance to spend three days there this year and had a lot of fun eating, hiking and exploring the city. We made a vlog type video to show you the trip, hope you enjoy it!

Some of the spots we visit:
Museum of Ice Cream
SantaCon
Grace Cathedral
Bobs Donuts
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse
Angel Island State Park
Fairmont Gingerbread House
Clift Royal Sonesta Hotel
The Codmother Fish and Chips

Angel Island video is not done yet but it should be up next week and I will link to it here.

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Comments

Vocha Alloy says:

Great holiday adventure. Happy to see Amy back. Merry Christmas!

gbalmain says:

nice vid, you’ve given me a few ideas if i ever get over there, especially angel island, one question about that, is there accommodation on the island or is it strictly a day trip?

Julie H says:

Loved that Museum of Ice Cream! That looks awesome. Didn’t realize that there was a gingerbread house inside the hotel. Would have definitely gone in there. I’d pick anything blueberry if I got ice cream. We used to go to Grace Cathedral’s organ and brass concert every year. It was a favorite of mine. I don’t think that they are doing it anymore though. Miss it for the holidays. Looks like the weather was very rainy when you were there. Have not been to Angel Island. Always wanted to do that and bring our tandem bike with us so that we could use it to get around. That was a quick trip to Angel Island. Boudin is my favorite sour dough bread. Sure miss that in the south. :’(.

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