The Japanese Tea Garden at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco • photo: Brenda Addington on The Graceful Gardener

The Japanese Tea Garden at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco • photo: Brenda Addington on The Graceful Gardener

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I went on a quiet walk alone through this garden. Serene. Beautiful. Japanese tea Garden, San Francisco

I went on a quiet walk alone through this garden. Serene. Beautiful. Japanese tea Garden, San Francisco

The classic Pina Colada cocktail turned into a cupcake! Pineapple and coconut baked into a moist, delicious cake and then topped with an amazing coconut cream cheese frosting. The perfect to celebrate any occasion!

The classic Pina Colada cocktail turned into a cupcake! Pineapple and coconut baked into a moist, delicious cake and then topped with an amazing coconut cream cheese frosting. The perfect to celebrate any occasion!

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco Also home to such attractions as the de Young Museum and the Academy of Sciences, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park features a half-dozen gardens that sparkle in the spring, including areas devoted to roses, tulips and native California plants, as well as flowers mentioned in the works of Shakespeare. You can also find exotic tropical flowers in the Conservatory of Flowers, which dates from the 1870s and is one of the oldest wooden conservatories in the…

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco Also home to such attractions as the de Young Museum and the Academy of Sciences, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park features a half-dozen gardens that sparkle in the spring, including areas devoted to roses, tulips and native California plants, as well as flowers mentioned in the works of Shakespeare. You can also find exotic tropical flowers in the Conservatory of Flowers, which dates from the 1870s and is one of the oldest wooden conservatories in the…

Japanese Tea Gardens in Golden Gate Park. Instantly relaxing. A must see

Japanese Tea Gardens in Golden Gate Park. Instantly relaxing. A must see

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