I wanted to explore the city as soon as we got to SF. I convinced Casey that we should start walking around and see as many sites as we could. Our hotel was only a block away from Union Square, so we ventured out. Twenty minutes later we were pushing the stroller straight uphill towards a cathedral on Nobb Hill. It was seriously straight up. I don't know how people live there and climb those hills every day. It is scary enough driving up and down those slopes, but walking them is insane. A little old grandpa beat us while we were trying to get to the top. It was incredible! If I lived there, I would be in amazing shape too. Or at least I would never own a stick shift. The city was beautiful and it made for great exploring. The best part was that Casey had to play the next day and he was so sore from our little exploration up and down all of the hills!
The last day we were there we went to see the Golden Gate Bridge. It was covered in fog the whole time, but it cleared up at the top of the scenic lookout. The problem was that the higher you got, the colder and more windy it was. Made for a better view, but man it was cold and windy. We wrapped up Cash really tight in blankets and then hurried out for a few pictures. It is definitely an incredible sight to see though. Breathtaking.