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TRAVEL JOURNAL: San Francisco

Sugar Blossom is on the go! Our Marketing Coordinator, Cady, recently spent a whirlwind 3 days in San Francisco, and brought some of her favourite jewelry pieces along with her to complete her style while exploring the city. Here's a little peek into what she did & wore in San Fran, and some recommendations on what to do if you're ever near the Golden Gates!What to do:

For the best way to see the city on a sunny day, head to Pier 39. You’ll spot several bike rental options in this area, so grab your own set of wheels for the day to embrace the scenic route! It involved a lot of hills for this prairie girl, but the views were well worth it. Bike along the Bay Trail to the Golden Gate bridge, and ride across it to experience it up close and personal! Let the wind rush through that hair!Stop for lunch in Sausalito – we headed to Barrel House for a delicious meal of oysters and burgers to recharge your energy after your morning of biking! Sit on the second floor patio for some sea-lion spotting while you take in the sunshine.

On the way back, grab a ferry to see Alcatraz Island for some fascinating history!

If you’re looking for a day of roaming & shopping, check out:

Filmore St: The main shopping and dining district in the city, Filmore St is packed with treasures.
Pacific Heights: A posh residential neighbourhood with panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Find lush hilltop parks and a sweeping views of the bay here.

  • Filmore St – Pacific Heights
    • Small Biz Shopping:
      Clare V: Fun, colourful  handbags, accessories and apparel designed by Clare Vivier and made in L.A.
      Isalis: Trendy clothing and giftware with brands including Alohas, Shona Joy, Donni, and many more.
      post.script.: A woman-owned gift shop with whimsical stationery, home goods, candles, and more.
      Mud Pie: Adorable kids store! Created in 1976 to bring fine children's clothing and toys to San Francisco.
    • Other stores that are lovely to browse IRL:
      Reformation, Freda Salvador, & more!
  • Jackson Square
    • Grab a snack and drink from Post Script (not the stationary shop above!) and walk around Jackson Square to window shop stores like Anine Bing, Aesop, and Shinola. 

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