Tuesday, August 28, 2007

San Francisco chronicles, Day 1

I'm an inveterate wanderer of San Francisco's neighborhoods. It's my favorite summer pastime - grateful for the cool, dry days and grateful for the many local coffee houses, restaurants, parks and oddities. Farley's on Potrero Hill, Jumpin' Java on Noe (in the Castro) for the wi-fi obsessed, It's a Grind on Polk Street are some of the many stopping points for a day less stressed.

And for those of you laboring under constricted budgets, I'll leave ramblings from my own discoveries. It is still possible to eat well under $10 in SF and I'll show you how. Burmese in the Mission, Hunan in Chinatown, pasta salad on South Park.

Bookmark, return, and enjoy.


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