Wordless Wednesday: San Francisco

by Robyn Wright on May 21, 2014

in Living

I am in San Francisco Airport right now waiting for my flight back home to St. Louis. The last couple of days I have been here for the Verizon #VZWBuzz Influencer Summit. Thanks so much to Verizon for inviting me to the event again this year – it was a fabulous trip as always! I will be sharing more about the things I learned, but for today I thought a few of the pics would be great for Wordless Wednesday.

Oh and be sure to look in this post for some bonus code words to enter the Golden Gate Giveaway!

Robyn at the Verizon Innovation Center in San Francisco for the #VZWBuzz Influenceer Summit

View over Dallas

clouds

sfo airport

view from room balcony at hyatt regency san francisco

view from room balcony at night

GOLDEN GATE GIVEAWAY BONUS WORD:  SCULPTURE

Sculpture view at night from hotel room at Hyatt Regency in San Francisco

Light curtain at Hyatt Regency in San Francisco

light curtain hyatt regency san francisco

Cool metal sculpture in San Francisco

Giant concrete sculpture in San Francisco

amazing short ribs at La Mar in San Francisco
Cebiche and Salad at La Mar in San Francisco
Shortbread Cookies with dulce de leche at La Mar in San Francisco

Gina photo bombing the yucca fries
GOLDEN GATE GIVEAWAY BONUS WORD: YUCCA

Gorgeous View from the Verizon Innovation Center

 

Have you ever visited San Francisco? What is your favorite thing about this wonderful city? I’m usually here on business so I have not had a lot of time to explore. Hopefully, I will have a chance to visit just for a vacation soon.

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#MoNorCal

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1 Janice Ford May 21, 2014 at 7:06 pm

San Francisco is one of my favorite cities to visit. I love the wharf area. I also love just walking through the various stores…shopping and watching people. Usually when I go to San Francisco, I visit at least one of the area museums and then spend time visiting the Sonoma and Napa areas.

2 Marie Moody May 21, 2014 at 8:15 pm

Well, I have not been there since I was 14, but I do remember Fisherman Warf…dwarf… oh whatever it was called. We went to see my brother in the Navy. I thought it was really funny how they crossed the street too. It wasn’t straight across like we do. It was diagonally and it scared the bejeezus out of me!!! Loved your pics though. Thanks for sharing.

3 Robin May 22, 2014 at 6:25 am

I visited San Francisco once (also for busines), but I got a chance to visit Fisherman’s Wharf and walk through Chinatown and explore Golden Gate park, which I loved.
Your photos are excellent. I hope the Influencer Summit went well!

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