Mini Vacay: Panoramic View of San Francisco

San Francisco. Photo by Charish Badzinski.

On a recent short trip from here to there, I caught a glimpse of the city of San Francisco from the top of a hill, and uttered words of amazement. I didn’t want to inconvenience others in the vehicle, so I didn’t press to stop. But somehow the driver sensed it was important, turned the truck around, and pulled over so we could all enjoy a beautiful, clear, sunny view of San Francisco. 

I am told San Francisco on a clear day is a rare and lovely sight. For your mini-vacay today, you get to join us in the view. 

What are your favorite places to take in a panoramic view of a city skyline? 




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Charish Badzinski is an explorer, foodie and award-winning travel and food writer. When she isn’t working to build her blog: Rollerbag Goddess Rolls the World, she applies her worldview to her small business, providing strategic communications, media relations and writing support to individuals and organizations. 

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