The tales of Danielle (my girlfriend) and Kris (myself) as we enjoy ourselves in sunny San Francisco.

We’ve been to Golden Gate Park before, but I just didn’t blog about it, sorry. We went again because we are looking into joining a Soccer team and they were playing on Sunday so we wanted to see what they were like. After the soccer game, we wandered through the park to see if anything was going on.

Continuing the trend of having complete strangers screw up our pictures, here is Danielle outside the Japanese Tea Garden.

A Danielle and Strangerless picture of the Japanese Garden Wall.

They had this Classical Band out playing just for the heck of it, kinda cool.

Anyway, we turned around and headed home after doing a bit more wandering, the park is enormous so we didn’t try to see everything, but it was a decent after breakfast walk.


3 Responses to “Golden Gate Park”

  1. Scott on July 1st, 2008 10:03 pm

    Hey, I’ve been there. Those gardens are really nice. I would like to request that pictures with random strangers show their faces though. It’s hard to get a sense of what someone is like from the back of their head.

    My sister has been bugging me to go down and visit her in Foster City since I haven’t been down in a couple years now. I don’t know when I’ll get around to it, but when I do re you up for meeting up at a restaurant somewhere while I’m down there? I’m counting on you to find either the best Chinese food in the area or the haunted restaurant with the best ghost stories.

  2. Kris Gray on July 2nd, 2008 4:19 am

    I’ll do what I can with the random strangers. Preferably we like to leave them out of our pictures, but when they make an appearance, I’ll try to include the front not the back.

    Foster City, awesome. Best Chinese in San Fran will be tough. But I promise a free dinner on me whenever ya get your butt down here.

    Hmm, I would also love to find a haunted restaurant, but so far, no luck.

  3. Scott on July 2nd, 2008 8:28 pm

    Well, so far I’ve been to the Brookdale Lodge which is actually down closer to Santa Cruz but was really cool. It’s supposed to be haunted but I didn’t see any ghosts. It’s actually a hotel, but the restaurant has a brook running through the middle of it and it was actually pretty cool. You might want to check that out if you are ever in the area.

    I have also been to the Moss Beach Distillery down at half moon bay but no luck seeing ghosts there either.

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