Fisherman’s Wharf

Fisherman’s wharf was a great place to start a mini walking tour of some of San Francisco’s tourist spots. After taking the cable car and getting dropped off right at the start of Pier 39, I picked a clam chowder stall at random and got myself a giant bread bowl full of steaming clam chowder. […]

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[…] in to the hotel, I dropped off my luggage, grabbed my camera and hopped on the cable car to Fisherman’s Wharf. I know, I know, classic tourist move but I couldn’t help but want to […]

[…] exploring Fisherman’s Wharf, I took a stroll along the pier and eventually ran into Ghirardelli Square. The chocolate maker has […]

[…] to catch the tail end of wine season if you book ahead! While in town, don’t forget to walk along Fisherman’s wharf, drive down twisty Lombard Street and check out the […]

San Francisco by Cable Car

I was fortunate to visit San Francisco for work in mid December. Right after checking in to the hotel, I dropped off my luggage, grabbed my camera and hopped on the cable car to Fisherman’s Wharf. I know, I know, classic tourist move but I couldn’t help but want to visit. The cable car system threw me […]

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[…] place to start a mini walking tour of some of San Francisco’s tourist spots. After taking the cable car and getting dropped off right at the start of Pier 39, I picked a clam chowder stall at random and […]

jenniferApril 4, 2014 - 10:45 am

nice pics :)

SherApril 4, 2014 - 9:20 pm

Thanks Jennifer!

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Marcus Wareing @ the Berkeley

I am a huge fan of the Food Network and its cult classics Iron Chef America, The Next Iron Chef, Masterchef and of course, the irascible Gordon Ramsay and his explosive Hell’s Kitchen. A recent discovery though, was an old 5-part miniseries from 1999 that chronicles Chef Ramsay’s early years. Boiling Point follows him through his […]

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HanhNovember 12, 2014 - 11:04 am

Hi Sher! I’ve come across your blog from the lovely Joyce (C&C) and your photography is really beautiful.

I’m super jealous of all your travel posts hehe, I like your London posts as that’s where I live but also Thailand as that is one of my favourite holiday destinations I’ve been to recently :)

SherNovember 12, 2014 - 1:28 pm

Hey Hanh, thanks for stopping by! Ooh I’m jealous you’re in London!! It’s such a great city. Ha and funny enough, Thailand had tons of brits there on holiday. I can see why now, it’s such a great retreat!

Le Potager du Pere Thierry

  Le Potage du Pere Thierry   On our first night in Paris, we ventured out to a wine bar + restaurant well known among the expat crowd, but which ultimately ended up a major disappointment. We’re talking nearly a 2 hour wait while later parties were seated ahead of us, rude waiters and menu mains […]

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IreneMarch 31, 2014 - 3:43 pm

after your latest post i really want to visit paris! food looks amazing and everything sounds great!

xoxo
Irene
http://www.thedailylace.com

SherMarch 31, 2014 - 4:01 pm

i’m glad the pictures could inspire you :)

Racines NY » Sher She GoesMay 2, 2014 - 7:13 am

[…] french wine bar in NYC off the top of my head. After my disastrous experience at one such place in Paris, I wasn’t sure we needed any.. but I suggested Racines for some catch-up drinks out of […]

[…] the Prince de Galles, we gorged on a dessert feast. And this was after a very delicious dinner at Le Potager du Pere Thierry… We made sure to walk around Paris extensively the next […]

Musée Jacquemart André

  Jacquemart Andre Museum   I had a really fun time exploring the mansion that is the Jacquemart Andre museum. Check out the floor to ceiling mirrors and all that marble! I stumbled on the idea to visit the Jacquemart Andre museum by chance, having never heard of the place before this latest trip to […]

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GreyMarch 28, 2014 - 4:18 pm

Whoa, all that marble! And that mirror is so beautiful! I’m intrigued by that marble staircase. How did they even make that? Carve it? However they created it, it sure is lovely.

SherMarch 28, 2014 - 5:25 pm

I’m not sure, but it does look incredibly beautiful and must have cost a fortune, even back in the day! thanks for stopping by Grey :)

[…] level viewing deck from the Pantheon, the charming mansion of Musee Jacquemart-Andre (check out posts 1 and 2), and the sculpture filled gardens at Musee […]

[…] Part I, here are some more pictures of the Musée Jacquemart André and some additional info on the […]

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