My San Francisco travel guide with Megabus
Nothing like a last minute road trip to one of my favorite cities: San Fran! I’ve condensed our San Francisco travel guide down to the perfect day in San Fran. Mostly because there were just WAY too many restaurants to list for a full weekend post!
After being in the air more times than I can count this year, traveling on the road was more than welcome. It was needed. When we took the train in Germany two months ago, I realized how relaxing and calming it was to just sit back and watch the world pass by. On my recent weekend trip to San Fran I was able to get more work done while riding on the megabus then I usually get done in a week. While most people were sleeping (my trip started at 6:45am) I was busy working. I couldn’t have asked for an easier or more peaceful trip.
Megabus was our go to when looking to book our last minute trip!
It’s especially great if you’re a college student looking for an affordable way to travel, or if you’re like me and did a little too much “back to school even though I’m not in school anymore wardrobe shopping.” On top of that you can now check out their Route Guides on their website and find things to do at each location. Check out the different route guides HERE.
We started our trip bright and early at Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles and headed for San Fran!
We made it just in time for lunch!
Where to eat in San Francisco
The Mill – 736 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117 www.themillsf.com
Because you won’t know what hit you when you try one of their famous toasts.
Media Noche – 3465 19th St, San Francisco, CA 94110 www.medianochesf.com
Because you NEED to eat the empanadas.
Obviously the empanadas!
Mensho Tokyo – 672 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102 mensho.tokyo
My husband and I are ramen obsessed, and Mensho Tokyo is one of if not the best ramen we’ve ever had.
Spicy lamb ramen.
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