Even with all the options Caleruega Dinning Hall has to offer, Joe, Noey, and I wanted something different for lunch. Since I still had class at 3, we decided to drive into San Francisco to find something fast and convenient for lunch. Ten minutes later we arrived at the Golden Gate Bridge.
Of course, we had to stop and enjoy the view before we ate.
Because Joe is a native of San Francisco he took us to his favorite Chinese restaurant on Clement Street. We went all out and ordered the chow mein, fish, chicken fried rice, fish curry, and won tons. The restaurant owners were even so kind as to give us a big bowl of free soup.
We were so full but the sweet smell of crepes drew us into a small creperie. But we soon found out that they sold more than just crepes…
Joe took us to our last stop in San Francisco. At first we thought he was taking Noey and me to a flower boutique
Little did we know that there was an exotic fish store right behind the roses!
Finally, it was time to say goodbye to the city. Joe and Noey dropped me off with time to spare before my class started.
If the three of us can have an adventure in just 2 hours, think of all the things you can do here.