I love San Francisco! I'm currently sitting downtown at the Chictopia office trying to stay awake; which is kind of hard considering it's 2 a.m back in Norway. After traveling for about 24 hours and being stuck on a plane for about 15 of them; I was more than happy when I finally stepped out on American ground for the very first time.At 9 a.m I met up with some chic chicks from Chictopia and Kmart to drink coffee and eat some breakfast; while we checked out our goodiebags with Cisco flip cameras, a magazine and some other goodies. Then we headed over to a gigantic Kmart on the other side of town to spend our awesome gift-certificates. I figured I had to spend it all at once since Kmart doesn't ship to Norway (yet) - so I ended up walking out of there with two stuffed bags of clothes. People looked at me funny. Then I met a guy named Grant, who is originally from Denmark - but moved here before he was born. Yes, I am aware of how weird that sounds.
We went to a wonderful Chinese restaurant for lunch, where we let the owner himself decide what we should eat. Out came amazing soups, noodles and salads with rice - unlike anything I've ever tasted. Surely, this is the most amazing Chinese food I have ever eaten.
I love San Francisco! More pictures coming soon, I promise.
Everything sounds and looks amazing. I can feel how happy you're right now.ReplyDelete
Keep enjoying it Ok? To the very end :)
Kisses Barbro, enjoy, be carefull and happy :)
Have fun. That's so cool you go to have goodie bags, and gift cards to Kmart. I love Kmart's bongo line.ReplyDelete
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I'm a San Franciscan (born and raised) and a big fan of yours, so I am thrilled to hear you are in my neighborhood! I hope you have fun here! You're lucky, the weather seems to be cooperating!ReplyDelete
uh nice pictures of nice food :DReplyDelete
great pics ;)))ReplyDelete
W-O-W ! Your so lucky ! Cant wait for more pictures from your trip to the big USA ;)ReplyDelete
Have a magic weekend! <3
I might die while seeing these pictures. Going to Frisco have been one of my biggest dreams since I was about 12. :) Wow! SO cool to see pictures and hear about your days. Hope it's all awesome! :) Can't wait to see you when you're back so we can have a coffee and talk about everything. :DReplyDelete
I'm glad you are having fun state-side!!ReplyDelete
Very good blog.ReplyDelete
To me San Francisco was like a nightmare. That was probably because my hotel was located in Tenderloin district :-SReplyDelete
I love SF! I hope you get to visit Japantown, and the People's buidling, and visit the Baby, the Stars shine Bright store.ReplyDelete
Sorry, but your blog is completely unreadable. Perhaps you should stick to your native language.ReplyDelete
http://145thandchloe.blogspot.com/ I know you'll love it.