San Francisco and Pace Art Technology

I explored San Francisco with my friends Amy and Angela on June 25th, 2016. 

You can check out my vlog about my adventure here!

We headed to Coit Tower but ended up not going to the top because of the long line. To this day, I haven't been to the top; hopefully I can in the future! We also spent a bit of time at Palace of Fine Arts, Japantown, and Sutro Baths.

This was my first time going to Sutro Baths; I've gone two more times after this. Sutro Baths used to be a swimming pool. Now it's a popular tourist spot and perfect for sunsets. There are so many things to explore here, and I feel like it's a place I'll never get tired of.

Before our last spot, we went to Moraga Steps, also known as the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps. It's a big staircase with beautiful artwork on each step, forming a picture. 

The one with the moon was my favorite!

For the last spot, we hit Pace Art Technology in Menlo Park. I had seen photos of it all over Instagram and Facebook, especially photos of people standing next to hanging crystals. 

All the pieces were powered with technology, creating beautiful animations and interactive exhibits.

Crystal Universe was the most popular attraction. I regret not taking more photos, but luckily I have some video clips that I put in my vlog (top of post).

The exhibit I went to already closed, but I've seen some pop up worldwide, including cities such as Taipei and Beijing. If I ever have a chance to go again, I'd definitely jump at the opportunity!