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I Heart San Fran Part 5, 6, and 7!

  |   By Roseanne Dela Rosa

This post pretty much sums up my amazing trip to San Fran. My biggest advice to honeymooners everywhere, if you plan on going there–have an appetite! As I mentioned in my pre-post to SF, it's a city meant for foodies. The last few days of my trip were packed with delicious meals and more walking. It's definitely a place that I'd visit again.

While we were there, we only began to touch the surface of what this great area has to offer, and after hearing many "did you try this place" and "have you gone shopping here", it's only revved up my appetite to see more of the bay area (note: I didn't go to Alamo Square and visit the Full House street–so that's a must-see for me!).

Here are four noteworthy things that we did–and you should too–on our last few days:


This long and winding road (image above) is truly a romantic sight–and quite the walk (so be prepared to walk steep streets to get here). Brimming with gorgeous florals and surrounded by some of, in my opinion, San Fran's most gorgeous Victorian houses, makes this a great place to take photos.


Try the In-N-Out Burger, a fast food joint known for their delicious and crisp fries and double double burgers, located on the wharf. As Dave mentioned, they certainly give "double double" a new meaning.


If you haven't seen the production Wicked and love the Wizard of Oz, you're sure to love this show. I won't give away any details, but it's worth it. When I was booking tickets, I read this amazing review on seating advise (they break down the whole theatre for you, i.e. where to sit for the best price, where not to sit, etc.) from TripAdvisor.


This just wouldn't be a "Rosie" post without the mention of cupcakes. My personal fave came from Kara's Cupcakes found in Ghirardelli Square. I'm usually bias to chocolate (which is delicious) but for me their vanilla cupcake with passion fruit filling and vanilla buttercream was simply to die for. Now that's real buttercream!

I hope you've enjoyed my posts over the last few days. It's been an incredible trip, and I hope I've inspired you to check out some of the suggested places. Back for more wedding talk tomorrow!

This article was originally published on Aug 11, 2010

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