Rebecca’s Tips: Rainy Days in SF
Rain is something the city doesn’t experience too often. When San Franciscans say rain, it could be anywhere from a heavy mist enough to coat the ground wet to slight drizzling to sometimes well, a pour.
Because of this scarcity, a rainy day isn’t really something most of us prepare for. Here are Rebecca’s tips for SF rainy day activities:
Watch a Foreign or Independent Film
With a very selective taste in movies to show plus what we hear are very comfortable seats, visit the Landmark Embarcadero.
Get or Stay Active
With a multitude of hands-on activities, The Exploratorium is somewhere you can spend tons of hours on a rainy day. Located at Embarcadero and Green St, you know you can follow up this location with a lot more others whether it’s restaurants, shops or recreation.
Located at the top of Nob Hill, Grace Cathedral is a sight to see whether you’re religious or not. This iconic structure houses an indoor labyrinth which is meant to be meditative. Try to allot at least 30 minutes to go through the labyrinth surrounded by beautiful architecture. Plus, there’s a gift shop at basement level.
Learn New Cooking Techniques
Want to learn the art of dumplings? Maybe you’re more of a pastry person and want to expand your knowledge on cake decorating or chocolate techniques? Or maybe you want to start eating healthier and in need of gluten-free or organic preparations. Stop by San Francisco Cooking School. They have a variety of classes led by industry-respected instructors.
Go Wine Tasting
From SF to Treasure Island, we don’t really have a shortage of wine tasting rooms. Indulge by yourself, with a partner or friends!
Stay In and Relax
Go ahead and get up just a tad bit later. Binge on Netflix shows. Read a book. Just enjoy the rain. Afterall, it’s not going to last forever.
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