SF Skyline

I had an opportunity to visit San Francisco late last year for a tech conference. it was a short and manic trip, crammed full with keynotes and sessions, as well as a list of personal to-dos which seemed to be a mile long. And what a trip it was. The few days flew past in a blur, with whirlwind side-trips ruthlessly jammed in between 45 minutes breaks between sessions. I usually hate playing tourist and prefer to take things more relaxed to soak in the experience. Fortunately, I found time to do so on my visit as well. That’s one of the charms of SF to me – it’s easy to just lose yourself and be.



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