After my plan to Golden Gate Bridge was ruined by the slowest and worst boba drink I had ever had, we decided to go to the closer place: the Twin Peaks, which is one of the highest peaks overlooking the entire San Francisco Financial District. Even though it looks close to China Town, it took us another 30 minutes to go there since traffic was pretty bad in SF.
When we arrived, there were lots of cars parked along the roads but we thought we might get lucky if we drove closer to the peak. Luckily, we got the spot immediately!
We went out with our camera gears and cold weather accessories. However, I forgot my gloves and this was a biggest mistake! After 10 minutes under chilling wind, I could not feel my hands anymore! My family were cuddling together on the bench and hiding behind some wall! Duy and I tried to get some long exposure shots of the Financial District with the Bay Bridge on sight.
From the Twin Peaks, one could easily see the Golden Gate Bridge too but it was not easy to take pictures of as it was pretty fainted!
After struggling with the coldness, we ran to our car and headed to San Jose to prepare for the next trip in the next day.