The air quality in the city has been unhealthy the last week due to the fires up in the North Bay so much so that it has been compared to Beijing. Our apartment corridor reeked of smoke and people were advised to limit their outdoor activities or wear masks. Today seemed like the first day that the air seemed decent enough to go out for a bit. We took an urban hike through the Financial District neighborhood of San Francisco. I hope you enjoy the photos!
Walking up the stars to One Maritime Plaza.
The Peacock Fountain designed by architect Robert Woodward at the One Maritime Plaza.
One Maritime Plaza.
Three Embarcadero Center.
View of the Embarcadero Center, Ferry Building clock tower, and the Hyatt Regency, San Francisco.
Closer shot of the Embarcadero Center.
The interior of the Hyatt Regency, San Francisco.
The exterior of the Hyatt Regency, San Francisco.
The Millennium Tower that keeps on sinking….
Just as I find joy hiking in nature and parks, I think exploring the city is fun too. The design and architecture of buildings, public art, etc. I’ve lived for so many years in San Francisco and there’s always something new to see!
What and where is your favorite urban hike?