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    San Francisco Gems

    Today I am sharing some of my favorite SF locations ranging from must see tourist hotspots to lesser known gems! 1 The Conservatory of Flowers The Conservatory of Flowers located on John F Kennedy Drive is a stunning greenhouse that is completely filled with over 2000 species of flowers and foliage. It is housed in a Victorian style greenhouse that was opened in 1879. Adult admission for SF residents is $6, for non residents it is $9. Discount admission is available for children and seniors. Until January 6th they are doing a special Night Bloom exhibit that combines lights and music in the greenhouse to create a vibrant display. 2) Tiled Steps…

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    Candytopia San Francisco

    I had such a great time in San Franciscos sweetest new interactive experience- Candytopia.  I was able to fulfill my sweet tooth fantasy at the preview event and went home with some delicious candy. Tickets are on sale now at Candytopia.com The exhibit is filled with swoon worthy candy themed rooms perfect for photo ops!My favorite room was the Trolli exhibit. The room features a CRAZY amount of confetti, rotating Trolli circle, and an aerial camera!   Statues and pictures made entirely out of candy fill the rooms. They have a room filled with swings and candy murals. The guides are so incredibly friendly and happy to take photos! They have…

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    Museum of Ice Cream: San Francisco- An updated review

    UPDATE: This past month I was back at the Museum of Ice cream in San Francisco and noticed some MAJOR changes. They have added some more Ice Cream themed rooms and completely done away with a couple of OG’s. Never fear- the sprinkle pool is still there. The Banana  Swing alcove was still my favorite photo stop- thankfully that has stayed the same. New Room ALERT! The popsicle room is no more. I honestly prefer this new attraction ( to see the original room scroll below to my post from last year). The Circus Animal snack room made me feel nostalgic. I remember eating these by the handful as a…