I spent one day in San Francisco, California as I was in Las Vegas, which is an hour and 10 minutes flight away.
For a week or so before my trip, I was trying to decide just what I wanted to see for just that one day.
I only had a few hours, landing at 8am and getting back to San Francisco International Airport by 3:45pm for a 5:25pm flight back to Las Vegas.
I wanted to see as much as I could see.
Good luck with that I said to myself as I kept crossing off things to see and do.
Being the Sports Diva that I am, one place WASN’T coming off my list no matter how much time I had in town.
It was a visit to the Chase Center, the new home of ‘Dub Nation’, better known as the Golden State Warriors basketball team.
Another thing not coming off my list was a visit to Lombard Street, which is easier to walk down than up, but more on Lombard Street in another post.
From the moment you arrive at San Francisco International Airport, you notice something.
Is every neighborhood in the city trying to outdo each other when it comes to hills?
Chinatown was even hilly and even though I didn’t get to see the famous Chinatown Gate, I did get to walk through the Chinatown tunnel that separates Chinatown from Union Square.
For some reason, while walking through the tunnel, there are signs asking you to be silent.
Don’t ask, I just kept walking.
The flight back to Las Vegas McCarron was even shorter and I arrived back at 6:30pm.
After walking up more hills than I really needed to see in my entire lifetime, I will be more than ready to fall asleep when I finally get back to my hostel.