Our last full day in San Francisco was busy as we headed from one iconic view to the next. First stop: the Golden Gate Bridge.
To escape the rain, we headed to the de Young Museum to enjoy some gorgeous art.
My favorite: arts and crafts furniture.
We bought a 3-day $30 transit pass, and put it to good use, especially on this day. While we used it for the cable car rides, we mostly rode the city buses on our last day.
Haight Ashbury. There were a lot of hippie-types still hanging around.
Then we headed to Alamo Square to see the Painted Ladies.
Three sisters visit the six sisters!
We headed back downtown to catch the cable car to our next stop. As it was the end of the line, we got to see the cable car operators turning the cars.
The final stop was Lombard Street. We actually walked by this spot every day we were in San Fran, as our motel was about a mile down the road. At night, we would take the cable car to the Lombard Street stop (which is at the top of the street) and then walk to our motel. It was always at night though, so this was our first time seeing it during the day!
After our photo-op, we walked back to our motel for a little rest. This road is steep!
After our day full of walking, we were in need of a rest. But we made one more stop for dinner: we headed to Little Italy for some pizza.
It was a great sisters trip!