We visited seals at Pier 39 twice.
First time we went they were loud, playful, pushing each other into the water. It was really fun to watch them. That is when I took these photos.
I was lucky, because the second time we went, they were just laying around, still, barely moving.
If only people knew what a great “show” they have missed few days before.
The path is used by people to exercise and to walk along the beach. It stretches all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge.
It is a walk with breathtaking views that I recommend to anyone who is planning to visit San Francisco.
Baker Beach was my favorite part of the trip. The beach was breathtaking.
It took us some time to get there (we had to change buses and then walk little bit), but it was worth the effort. From the beach there is an amazing view of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Interesting thing was, when I was looking at the ocean to my left was gloomy and foggy and to my right, past the bridge, I could see beautiful sun and blue skies.
My sister and I walked along the beach where people and animals played. You can watch sail boats and container ships passing by. The closer to the bridge, the brighter it got.
Also at the end of Baker Beach we noticed some naked people, laying in the sand on this cold windy day. Turned out, this part was…for nudists! So yeah, we had a view ;)
My sister and I loved TV show “Full House”.
While watching it we imagined ourselves sitting on the grass like the Tanner family did at the beginning of each episode. It was my sister`s request to find the location of this scene while in San Francisco.
Of course we sat on the grass and took photos.
P.S. In the background of the houses is the view of the city. It was a great bonus we were did not know about until we got there.