The Sunday Traveler~The San Francisco Zoo

The Sunday Traveler and a friend decided it would be a good day to let our inner child out to play, and headed in to the San Francisco zoo. A cold and foggy day it was, but then that’s the usual for San Francisco.

The first stop was at the giraffe enclosure. Beautifully set in a corner of the zoo; they were my favorite animal to see that day.

And on we went walking here and there all around the zoo. I’ll just take you on the walk

A great hornbill

Oh, and we had fun with the little steam train

The peacocks were a wonderful part of the zoo, wandering around loose all over the place

The gardens were so well incorporated in and around all of the animals, it truly felt like a wonderful wild life park

 

One disappointment was that the carousel was closed, but I did sneak this photo through the glass doors.

It was a fun day, and like two kids in a candy store, we did visit the gift shop to buy a couple of things for grandkids.

Travel on wherever the road takes you.

 

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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6 Responses to The Sunday Traveler~The San Francisco Zoo

  1. It’s been a while since I’ve been to the SF zoo. Tilden Park carrousel has a Night Christmas Event you might like http://www.tildenmerrygoround.org/christmas.html I love it. A little campy but magical photo opportunity.

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  2. Tippy Gnu says:

    I like the Great Hornbill, and all his colors. Looks like San Fran has a nice zoo.

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  3. joyroses13 says:

    I love giraffes and zebras! Sounds like a fun day. Any day with animals is fun. 😉

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