I lost my way a couple of times. Had to look at the airport map to find my airline gate!

I bumped into some of my friends while waiting for my plane. They like the spotlight!! Can you see my silhouette?

Hello world! I'm new to the "pond" and excited to be a part of the family! Just returned from beautiful San Francisco and thought I'd share with you a couple of my favorite pictures. This is me relaxing on the sign for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

I hopped on top of the gate to get another view of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Since the Golden Gate Bridge was open to pedestrians, I decided to take the 1.7 mile trek across the bridge.

Half way There! Hopping across the Golden Gate Bridge made my legs tired, so I paused for a moment to catch my breath. Catching my breath was, however, challenging because the views from the bridge were breathtaking! Check out the scenery behind me!

Woohoo! I crossed the Golden Gate Bridge, which ends (or begins depending on which end of the Golden Gate Bridge you begin crossing) in a different California county!

Can you find me? Yep, I'm about to enter The Fisherman's Wharf. There were many places to shop and eat...fun times!

Riding the trolley car was a great experience! The trolley went really fast at times, especially when going down the huge hills.

San Francisco is famous for great restaurants and bakeries. Here I'm enjoying a red-velvet cupcake from Cako...it was one of THE BEST cupcakes I've ever tasted!

Check out Alcatraz Island a.k.a. "The Rock." Although 'The Rock' looks close, the island is about 1.5 miles away. My froggy legs were too short to swim out there, but I still had a chance to view this interesting landmark.

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3 Responses to “Polly #25 in San Francisco”

  1. “If you’re goin’ to San Francisco be sure to wear some flowers in your hair…”

    I love the Polly pictures from San Francisco. Keep up the good work!

  2. Looks like Polly might be doing a little California Dreamin’!

  3. The Golden Gate Bridge is well … golden! I like this post.