Abraham and I plan to travel a lot this summer. First up on our list is San Francisco! While doing my research on the city's main attractions, I came across San Francisco's famous Chinatown. I remembered LA has one too and realized there's a lot of places in LA I haven't visited. So I thought, why not explore my own city first?
Built in 1938, Chinatown was once busy and full of people. Now, it's more like a ghost town. Abe and I pretty much had the whole place to ourselves, all the restaurants were closed or appeared to have gone out of business.
I love Chinese culture. The beautiful architecture, traditions, and (of course the food!) is what lures me into visiting places like these. I thought it was such a shame this place was empty. It's actually been featured in many movies such as Rush Hour, Freaky Friday, The Sweetest Thing and The Number 23. I plan to return, I want to see the Dragon Parade that's held in January for the Chinese New Year. (Below I provided a link, in case you're ever in the area.)