For the final leg of our California vacation, we flew from Los Angeles to San Francisco. In San Francisco is where we spent the remaining three days of our trip. We arrived into San Francisco around 3:30 in the afternoon, and then had to take a 45 minute train ride into the city. This put us getting to the hotel around 4:30. Here are a few shots of our walk from the train station to the hotel.
We started by checking into our hotel at the Hilton San Francisco Financial District. Let me warn you, if you are going to San Francisco, it is an expensive town! Our hotel had 27 floors! We were on the 9th. The room had a neat layout, with a desk overlooking the city.
I think this is the most elevator buttons I have ever seen in a hotel elevator!
After checking into the hotel, we walked about a mile down Columbus Street to Fisherman’s Wharf, where we had dinner at Boudin’s Sourdough. This place was recommended by our friend Sean in Los Angeles, and it was an excellent recommendation. The food was great and the view of Alcatraz and the harbor was amazing. They are known for their sourdough bread. You could get bowls of soup in sourdough, but I had to try the sourdough burger and it was great. Jennifer went with the fish and chips which were also great. Highly recommend!