We got right to it and started off on the first part of the Filbert Steps which you can see the Coit Tower. The lower part of the Filbert Steps consist of around 30 or 4o concrete steps. As we got to the top it took us to a viewpoint of the bay bridge, the bay, and some real nice patios on Filbert. My sister stopped and took some photos and because she was a little bit tired as the steps are steep.
After ascending the lower part of the Filbert Steps we reached the wooden steps. Now these steps are longer, steeper, and much more beautiful than I remembered. Maybe it was because it was a sunny day. But the gardens gave me this real harmonious feeling that I can't even describe. The flowers, herbs, plants, and all the sculptures were so impressive. I always thought that the Filbert Steps and stairways of the sort can be more impressive than hiking up a hill. The reason is because you get to see everything all in one. Not only are you seeing flowers and plants but you get to see the best Urban views in the city. It's an elusive hike, but you are never alone.
So we kept walking and walking and finally reached the top of the wooden steps. I believe we had just passed ''Napier Lane'' and Darryl St, which were paper streets that appeared as trails rather than regular streets. Their gardens were just so well kept and fresh. I felt like nibbling on some wild blackberries. As we reached the street of the Coit Tower, we decided to go up the 41 or so stairs that led us right next to the Tower. And as we made our way around the Tower to descend down to the ''Greenwich Steps'' we saw an area of grass with some young teenagers working out, doing calisthenics and stretching.
We went down the Greenwich Steps and along the way saw a black cat. My sister called it over and started petting the cute little creature. After that, we stumbled across a house that had a deer sculpture and a ''Mini Me'' picture on the front window of one of the houses. It was definitely a great day for a walk.