American Adventure Month

August 23, 2013

Merry American Adventure Month!

What an amazing day for adventures in America! A great day indeed!!! It started of with the best American breakfast in the entirety of America!!! I had a ham and cheese croissant (and a chocolate one as well but I paced myself) from Tartine. Honestly the best pastry store that I’ve ever been to. We got our things to go…not that there was room to eat inside anyway. We ate at Delores Park and had a great time until the hipster kids with their au pairs showed up and we had to share the slides.

The Longest Slide Ever!

The Longest Slide Ever!

The World's Worst Slide? Not in Dahlia's opinion.

Worst Slide in the World? Not in Dahlia’s opinion.

After that we met Ada at the Exploritorium and spent the day exploring! It’s like the Rueben H. Fleet Museum on steroids. Teacher’s get in for free too! There was so much to see and do that I only accomplished about half of it. Here are some pictures of our adventures.

Inside the Vertigo machine.

Inside the Vertigo machine.

We are standing on the ceiling! Love the concave mirrors.

We are standing on the ceiling! Love the concave mirrors.

Where is that sound coming from?

Where is that sound coming from?

We had a short stop at Blue Bottle Coffee for a pretentious cup of coffee. I needed for the crazy driving in the city and the crazy parking.

Love that barista.

Love that barista.

Dahlia showed us how to walk pretentiously while waiting in line.

Dahlia showed us how to walk pretentiously while waiting in line.

Then we went to San Tung’s in the Inner Sunset neighborhood (wherever that is). I have to say I was incredibly hungry (and cranky) but it was the best Chinese food I’ve had! If you go there you need to get the Dry Fried Chicken. AMAZING! and affordable for San Francisco. You should go there if you’re in the Bay Area…if you’re not in the Bay Area then GET TO THE BAY AREA AND GO THERE!  Then an early night for more American Adventures tomorrow!

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