Another half day left before my flight back home, hence just have some random sightseeing around by walking around, this time targeting Mission district which was known as San Francisco's oldest neighborhood. I manage to watch many lovers tie the knot inside San Francisco City Hall with their friends and families cheering for them; having my Mission-style burrito in famous Pancho Villa Taqueria; enjoy the street arts along Clarion Alley; a bite of famous ice cream by Bi-Rite Creamery recommended by Ming Chiat while enjoying the sunset from local favorite Mission Dolores Park; last but not least having dinner via Z&Y restaurant which once serve Obama before!
Simple evening to conclude my wonderful trip to USA, and hope to visit this land again soon!
A statue by the roadside.
Oh no! It is moving!
It was a living statue indeed!
It was still look like a statue closeup except her stare!
Civic Center, lead the way towards City Hall.
Simón Bolívar Statue, and a pigeon.
San Francisco City Hall.
Strict scanning before you are allowed to enter the hall.
Lots of couple waiting for their wedding vows in the City Hall.
Impressive interior of the City Hall.
Hallway on the second floor.
Congratulations to both of you!
Beautiful lobby stairs.
The Mission National Bank.
The staff at Pancho Villa Taqueria.
My burrito and taco.
Not so big but I am very full after finishing it!
The street art at Clarion Alley.
We are still here.
Street art with Japanese style.
Be a Warrior!
We all deserve a healthy and safe community.
I might be wrong but that figure looked like Donald Trump.
Mission Dolores Basilica.
Interior of Bi-Rite Creamery.
So many flavors to choose from!
Can't recall what flavors I chose, but it was delicious!
Peaceful Mission Dolores Park.
Selfie via the park.
Dawn before the sunset.
American Conservatory Theater.
The Christmas tree via Union Square.
Huge Apple store next to Union Square.
Z&Y Szechuan Cuisine.
Small restaurant but seem quite famous.
Forgot what I ordered, but definitely it was spicy!
One of the huge reason why the restaurant was so famous!
Mission District - USA