Another nice month in SF

February in San Francisco has been a more relaxed month but still filled with very cool experiences that emphasize how amazing living in this city is. After a busy day at work, I often find myself taking a stroll along the waterfront to enjoy the cool breeze and breathtaking views. Watching the sunset overlooking the Bay Bridge is a nice highlight of my weekdays. The Embarcadero area is also always a vibrant and lively place to hang out, whether just walking, exercising or stopping by at a bar with coworkers. I feel amazed to live in a city that offers so much natural beauty and cultural richness, and I try to make the most of it every day.
One of my favorite things to do – as usual – is to explore the city’s thriving food scene. I was excited to discover a few new ramen spots that quickly became my favorites. The city is known for having some of the best ramen in the country, and there’s no better time to indulge in it than during this cold and kind of cloudy month.
The NFL season is officially over, which makes me sad not to have a match to watch every weekend. But Superbowl is always a major event to look forward to! This year, I watched the big game with a few friends, and we had a great time losing some bets and watching Rihanna.
Also had an unexpected experience this month, attending a cool indie/folk/jazz concert at The Regency. The beautiful ballroom venue was perfect to enjoy music and connect with friends I haven’t seen in a while. The place had an amazing atmosphere which enhanced the amazing live instrumentation on stage.
And the usual outdoors! Running through Golden Gate Park and watching sunsets in Dolores Park is always part of the routine, but never fail to deliver great vibes.



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