The original idea was that we would spend two days here, those 2 days were scaled back to one when a friend called to tell us she and her family were in L.A. (but that is a post for another day). And since we sat in traffic a long while trying to cross the Bay Bridge, our time here was short but sweet.
First stop: Lafayette Park- I had shown Koah a picture I had taken of this park a year prior. This was one of the spots that he requested we stop at.
Second stop: Mosaic Steps
Third Stop: Lunch and Dessert on Fillmore Ave.
Fourth and Final Stop: Randall Museum. This museum had the perfect mix of activities for our family.
For the animal lover: An area of the museum dedicated to the animals.
For the hiker: A short trail just outside the museum doors. The top offered some killer views of the city.
For the engineer: Build a skyscraper and see if it can withstand the shaking of the board it is built on, like an earthquake. This was tons of fun for all.
More lessons on plate tectonics.
For the my model:
I loved this little place. For a majority of the time we were the only people there. I don’t know San Francisco very well but this place seemed to be tucked away in a little place that not many people knew existed. I highly recommend this place especially on a clear day.