Tuesday was by far our longest and most eventful day. We started at 9 a.m. with a huge breakfast at the place that claimed to be "The Best Breakfast in San Francisco" and to us it was. From there we took the bus to go to Alamo Park to where the acclaimed 'Painted Ladies' are but I messed up the bus system which happened a lot this trip. We ended up by University of San Francisco and walked a large part of the campus.
From there we went to Alamo Park which I was excited about because that was a huge part of the "Full House" opening that I watched religiously as a kid. Turns out this was the most anti climatic part of the day. It was one of those moments where I was like we walked all the way here to see this? We got a picture and left. We then headed over to Lombard Street which hosts the world's most crooked street. We had to walk up a very steep hill for about 20 minutes to get there but it was worth it. Turns out all of the great things on this trip were uphill!
Sure we got close to the bridge and were able to take some great photos but we wanted to keep going. We then became dedicated to the idea of walking across the bridge. We followed another beaten path up to the bridge only to find that crossing the bridge itself was only open to bikers. We were extremely disappointed because to us the entire point of going up there was to walk it. However one turn to our left and everything changed. It was here where my favorite part of the entire trip began.
We walked a little further, this was a huge theme of the day as you can't already tell, and we came across a walking path that led us right down to the water. And of course we had to walk down it. It was extremely steep going down but the views we got from this little walk were incredible. The pictures do it justice looking back on them now but there was nothing like sitting on a huge rock with no one around and just looking out.