It's been one week since we returned from our trip to San Francisco and I still haven't quite adjusted to life in L.A. It's hard to complain when it's 75° and sunny, but there's something to be said about the charm of a smaller city. I loved ducking into quaint boutiques and cozy bakeries that lined the streets of San Francisco and the cohesiveness of all the separate neighborhoods. Here are a few of the photographs that I keep pulling up as a reminder of our lovely time spent up north.
A bakery that had warm baguettes and an impressive selection of fresh pastries.
Sweet, colored lanterns that hung from the trees.
A candy store in Hayes Valley that served cupcakes that were almost too pretty to eat.
You certainly can't beat the fresh ingredients at China Town.