Tag Archives: San Francisco

Travel Guide: What to Pack for San Francisco

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Hey ya’ll! Are you not sure what to pack for San Francisco? Well, you’re in luck, my friend! I hope this packing guide will help you prepare for a lovely city break in northern California.  Firstly, you’ll have an amazing experience going to San Francisco. I’m not even exaggerating here. San Francisco is one of […]

2 Days in San Francisco: Best Things to See & Do

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Are you doing a fun West Coast road trip, and want to spend 2 days checking out San Francisco? Yessss, good for you. You should definitely do it. San Francisco is one of my favorite cities in the entire United States. Hands down. If I couldn’t live near New York (for whatever reason), I’d immediately […]

California Love: The Ultimate Guide to Solo Female Travel in San Francisco

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Solo female travel in San Francisco is incredible. I speak from personal experience here. If someone offered me a plane ticket back to this beautiful part of California, I’d be long gone, because my solo trip to San Francisco was that amazing. Embarking on solo female travel in San Francisco, I had many fantastic opportunities unfold […]

12 Best Solo Female Travel Destinations

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Best Solo Female Travel Destinations It’s hard to narrow my adventures down to determine the best solo female travel destinations. I adore wandering the world, and have a special connection to many, many, many different places. Furthermore I spend too money much on plane tickets, watch too many travel orientated television shows, and stare at […]

Photo Essay: Visit Muir Woods and Sausalito

My Californian Spring Break

A Perfect Day Trip: Visit Muir Woods and Sausalito The National Park Service turned 100 in August 2016. Wanna hear something embarrassing? I’m American, but still haven’t visited many National Parks in my lifetime. Like, at all. It took me, uh, quite awhile to embrace the outdoors. My trip to Western Canada changed me for the better. […]