San Francisco’s Union Square

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Union Square Christmas tree

With Thanksgiving past and Christmas fast approaching, I’ve decided to mingle my summer posts with a few current ones, otherwise I’ll forever be behind.

Here’s a post from Union Square in San Francisco:

I’ve always wanted to wear flowers in my hair, like the song, when I go to San Fran, but unfortunatly, like every other time I’ve been to the bay,  I totally forgot again.  Union Square is a fancy shopping disctrict.  You can find all the ritzy stores with stuff like $200 lacey leggings and CZ encrusted flashdrives.  Yep, Hello Kitty never looked better.

Macy's

My favorite was the giant Christmas tree all decked out next to the ice skating rink.  The store I enjoyed visiting most was Macy’s: 7 stories of departent shopping delight topped off with the Cheese Cake Factory.  We indulged ourselves with dessert before dinner and drove off to the Italian district’s North Shore Pizza afterwards.

My favorite part about San Francisco is that it never ceases to surprise me.  The city is just so big!  I’ve been there three times now, but I don’t think I’ll ever know it by heart until I live there for at least a year.

"I left my heart in San Francisco"

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  1. ENEIDA LIZARRAGA - BURDGE

    DEAR SAYI,

    GREAT JOB! I REALLY FELT LIKE I WOULD LIKE TO BE THERE WITH YOU. GREAT DESCRIPTION OF THE CITY THE PICTURE OF THE MACY BUILDING WAS AWESOME – THE ONE IN NEW YORK IS THE SAME FLOORS AFTER FLOORS IT IS LIKE THERE IS NOT END TO THE BUILDING.

    YOU ARE DOING A WONDERFUL PROFESSIONAL JOB. IT IS A GREAT DISPLAY OF YOUR WORKS AS A REPORTER FOR ANY INTERVIEW.

    I AM HAPPY THAT FINALLY YOU GOT THE KNACK WITH THE TILL. I HAVE DONE SOME OF THAT JOB AT K MARTS IT WAS OK – BUT AT TIMES CUSTOMERS TRY TO BE SMART BECAUSE A PERSON IS BEHIND A COUNTER.

    YOUR EDUCATION IS FURTHER THAN BEING A CASH REGISTER PERSON.

    KEEP YOUR GOOD WORKS – I AM PROUD OF YOUR WEB YAYA

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