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Did you leave your heart in San Francisco, as the song goes, Wendy? I was there at Fisherman's Wharf (famous embarcadero) in July and the fresh seafood being sold there looked incredible! Fresh crab, shrimp and clam chowder. (If you don't know this, chowder is a thick creamy clam soup with potatoes, often served in the middle of a bread bowl). It was all so tasty and with that Pacific breeze blowing and huge tanker ships arriving from around the world, just classic. I also went to Chinatown, which feels like you're not in the U.S. at all, and had those funky fruit drinks with tapioca balls in them, so popular in Asia with teenagers. My daughter wants to do a year abroad in college and go to Singapore or Korea, so she's getting ready. People in San Francisco are crazy and unorthodox and very welcoming! Amy Small (California)