To start our last day in San Francisco, we visited “The Daily Driver,” a local bagel shop and cheese making factory that houses an array of different types of cheese for taste testing. The group received a timely but in-depth tour of this aesthetic cafe. Additionally, we ventured to the de Young museum of art in the heart of Golden Gate Park surrounded by a beautiful conservatory of flowers and a few other worthwhile exhibits and museums. The panoramic view on the 9th floor observation deck of the de Young museum was definitely worth seeing. Outside of the showcased museums stood a tempting ferris wheel which most girls ended up riding to take pictures of the stunning views. Even with the fog settled on the horizon, San Francisco is unreal from a birds eye view.
After experiencing such amazing views and taking in so many pieces of inspiring art, we were not ready to stop looking at breathtaking views. Our gracious bus driver and tour guide took us to cross over the Golden Gate Bridge landing us in an observation area. The Golden Gate Bridge quite literally stunned everyone, including those who had already seen it in person. The girls in our group were eager to snap pictures and fully comprehend that we were on a once in a lifetime experience. We then headed back to the hotel and got ready for a fancy dinner in downtown San Francisco. The dinner was delicious and very accommodating.
The energy of the group was still pretty ecstatic even after our nice dinner. Today was a packed, yet exciting day for our last day in San Francisco.