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Crissy Field (Sundays In My City)

Crissy Field

Crissy Field is the most visited part of the Presidio. The former U.S. Army airfield, which is now a part of the Golden Gate National Recreation area, has been turned into an amazing public recreational spot where people picnic, run, rollerblade and such. We made our way to Crissy Field the other day because it’s […] Read the full article →


Fisherman’s Wharf (Sundays In My City)

Fisherman's Wharf

Just the usual bustle at Fisherman’s Wharf. San Francisco, CA I showed you mine, now show me yours. ALSO READ: Musée Mécanique Share your city/town/suburb/you name it! Think of this as a photography carnival or photography meme (with or without words) that not only lets you share your part of the world, but lets you […] Read the full article →


Musée Mécanique (Sundays In My City)

The Mechanical Museum of San Francisco

The Mechanical Museum or Musée Mécanique located at Pier 45 in San Francisco is a truly magical place. Admission is free and the museum is home to “one of the world’s largest privately owned collections of mechanically operated musical instruments and antique arcade machines.” ALSO READ: California Academy of Sciences (Sundays In My City) Way […] Read the full article →


Crafty Children (Sundays In My City)

Crafting kids

ALSO READ: Mercado Urbano It doesn’t take much to keep children engaged. I pick up cheap-y crafting supplies at the Dollar Tree or Target and keep then in a drawer that the kids can get into in the back. They never tire of using the supplies and their imaginations to make things. It’s pretty awesome. […] Read the full article →


Mercado Urbano (Sundays In My City)

Mercado Urbano in San Francisco

ALSO READ: Carousel at Children's Creativity Museum El marido has been trying to get us over to Mercado Urbano to try their tortas for some time now and the other day we walked by while they were open and we were hungry so we finally got to try them out. Mercado Urbano is connected to […] Read the full article →


Oh, you know, I tried to walk by the LeRoy King Carousel at the Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco with my two girls as if there was nothing to look at, but they looked and looking meant that they had to have a ride or two (admission let’s you ride twice). It was good […] Read the full article →


The Office in San Carlos (Sundays In My City)


Normally, I wouldn’t suggest that anyone go to the office on the weekend, but that’s just what the fams and I did because The Office we went to this weekend is a restaurant in San Carlos, California. Hubby has been there before with coworkers and wanted me to try it out. It was opened by […] Read the full article →


Sugar Pine (Sundays In My City)


ALSO READ: Woodline by Andy Goldsworthy in the Presidio Our friends invited us to their cabin in Sugar Pine, California. On one of the days we went on a Lewis Creek Trail and found ourselves at this lovely waterfall. I showed you mine, now show me yours. Share your city/town/suburb/you name it! Think of this […] Read the full article →


Daiso (Sundays In My City)


Made a run to the Daiso store at Serramonte Center to stock up on washi tape because when the zombie apocalypse happens I don’t want to forgo cute masking tape. In case you don’t know what washi tape is; it’s a decorative Japanese masking tape made out of paper that you can use to decorate […] Read the full article →


We Got New Carpet (Sundays In My City)


I’ve lived in the same place since 1995 and the carpet has been in a sorry state for a VERY long time. Our landlord kindly got us new carpet this weekend and one of us is particularly smitten with the new carpet. San Francisco, CA I showed you mine, now show me yours. Share your […] Read the full article →

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