Looking for a way to squeeze San Francisco Bay Area sight seeing/photography around husband's (slightly manic) Taco Truck Quest (seen in
). Also hope to sneak in a few alternate food ideas.
So first you might want to check the map y6 has posted
of his insane list of taco places to visit. Happily I'm OK with tacos (he's been on this taco quest/mania locally for years now), and he's promised to stop at a few Asian food places (well, at least one) if we're not stuffed.
My specific question - checking out the places that he has us eating, are there any good outdoor areas to photograph containing architecture
? Or just random weirdness? (For instance, I'd file this photo of a recreated Stonehenge with Easter Island head
as weirdness - that's on my Flickr account btw.) So far all I have on my list is the sculptures on various parts of the Stanford campus (Rodin, angel of grief).
The tricky part is checking your recommendation via the map - because we will be traveling to whatever is nearest
the taco truck/restaurant - a few blocks drive/walk, tops. I'll probably tell y6 he can wait in the car while I go take photos of things nearby - since I predict he'll be groaning "why did you let me eat all that?!" (This may have happened often in the past. I should bring the video camera to document it this time.)
If you want to toss in recommendations for any Asian food places or trucks that are near any of his taco spots that might be fun too. Or a place that really knows how to do wonderful, delicious things with tofu. I've had such tasty dishes, but y6 has not (or won't admit to it) and honestly he should be given proof that such tofu does exist.
I'll probably only get y6 to try one non-taco-oriented place though. But my priority is always photography over food.
Oh and you'll note that his map extends from southern CA to SanFran? Only suggest photography and food for the San Francisco Bay Area
because I have a feeling we'll only be stopping for tacos to eat in the car until we've arrived in the bay area. Or at least that's the sense I'm getting from the Serious Taco Roadtrip Guy.