A zoo is a zoo. If you don't like to watch animals, I imagine you don't enjoy zoos, but if you do, I imagine you'd visit San Francisco Zoo if you were in San Francisco. Because we are members of the Norfolk Zoo, we got 50% off our visit to the San Francisco Zoo.
I'm not sure that I've ever seen a polar bear or a flamingo in real life. We don't have them in our zoo, anyway. I love to watch the animals interact with each other. The big, powerful animals are great, but if we're honest, I'm definitely a fan of the cutesy ones that could curl up on your lap. Did you see those nuts half way down? I'd like to know what they're called, if you know. They smelled AMAZING. I carried them all over the zoo, but no one who we asked knew what they were called. I'd plant a tree just to smell them more often.
This was our last full day in San Francisco, right after we waited hours for the valet to rekey our rental car *whomp whomp*. It was a beautiful day for a walk around the zoo, and it concreted in our minds our desire to continue the membership to our own zoo for our children's sake.