I stay indoors ALOT. Either I'm busy doing all my indoor things or I can't afford to do the fun outdoor things.
Most things that fall in line with my pocket book these days is retail-related.
"Hey, I know, lets go to Barnes and Nobles!!"
This line of thinking falls flat when you have the opportunity to actually travel outside of your town. Who goes to Alaska to visit a Walmart? You know what I mean?
I always seem to have trouble planning a fun trip Maybe because my idea of fun, is just talking or studying something interesting
I'm visiting a really great friend (ENFP) up in San Francisco on Halloween weekend.
This will be the last time I see her for a few years because I'm going to be moving to the other side of the country
I'm happy staying in her apartment, doing her hair, talking, watching a movie, or eating dinner; but all of this seems like a waste of a good opportunity to do something new, interesting, and outside of the box (and the house).
The older I get, "been there, done that"
I've googled "sight seeing in San Francisco" and saw "Bubblegum Alley" - but that's unappealing to me.
The golden gate bridge I have already visited.
There's also the zoo.... I've been to plenty in my life and a zoo is a zoo is a zoo! I just can't seem to find that fun, interesting, or engaging these days.
Please not the same Starbucks. A bookstore that isn't Barnes and Nobles would be nice, do they exist? Yes to unique or local eateries but then again, I can only EAT so much
How do you guys plan trips? Do you have any tips or ideas? Any reccomendations while visiting San Fran? If you live in SF, what are some really fun things to do? If you have been to SF or live there, can you recommend something that's relatively unknown but extremely cool to see?
Ideally, I want to see and experience things you can't already do in Los Angeles.
Lately I find it so hard not to yawn at most things. If I could have it my way, I would like the Sistine Chapel and all of Bernini's sculptures to be in San Francisco; that would be so great to see in person.