Descriptive Essay: The City Of San Francisco

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Imagine a seven-by-seven-mile metropolis, surrounded by several neighborhoods filled with homes with unique design in Presidio Heights or Nob Hill, tall office buildings in the Financial District, and amazing views of San Francisco and the Bay from the Golden Gate Bridge or Twin Peaks. As many people view San Francisco as one of the most expensive and difficult cities to live in, I like to think of it as my home away from home. It is a city of seekers and adventurers. I am a city girl and I love everything about what an urban environment can offer me. I got lost within the crowds, found small hidden spots, interacted with others around me and I was able to forget about reality at those times. In the midst of all the stress from school and work, I remind myself of the relaxed atmosphere I felt in San Francisco through the different people I encountered, beautiful sceneries and historic architecture, and delicious wide range of food.
It was a gloomy day in the Bay Area, as I drove through the Bay Bridge, I began to
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For example, we ran into a girl in a coffee shop. She was an Asian girl, average height, and had short brown hair. She started to talk to us and asked us if we were from the city and told us some nice spots that we could go to for photographs. Since she was a photographer, she knew where the good spots were in the city because my sister and I have gone to San Francisco several times before and I just did not know any new places to go to. Overall, she was extremely nice to us and introduced us to new parts of the city that we didn’t know of in the past because we would just go to the tourist locations that our parents would take us to before. We talked to her for quite a while and got to know one another, then me and my sister went off and explored the different locations that our new friend recommended us to go

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