Alta Olema Bed & Breakfast
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... cake fresh, our car survived the torment of the car park! Pressing on towards SFO, Carolyn, the trusty navigator, forgot to wake at the 46km mark to guide Cathy towards our route for Santa Jose. Waiting an endless time for the iPad to reroute us, we wondered why it was that Cathy so desperately wanted to go out of our way to see San Jose anyway...... Alas, some further investigation confirmed that Cathy's Spanish needs some improvement and we actually needed to go 15 km backwards to ...
... we headed to Sara's campground and holiday resort located right next to the lake. We got to camp on the beach and watch the sunset-coupled with a warm shower and classic American diner food, we would have been happy to stay here for another night! It was a shame we hadn't got here sooner, some days it's really difficult to up and leave such a nice location straight ...
... the San Francisco fire department at the time.
From there we walked down the 400 stairs of telegraph hill and through its wonderful gardens that flow from Filbert street down to Levi plaza. (And there is cool as parrots in there too)
- next on the list was Lombard street, otherwise known as the worlds crookedest street. We walked over there, (I'm sure you all know how flippin' steep san Francisco's streets are!!) and got the traditional tourist shots.
- we ...
... group? Managed to get a can of Heineken on me too whilst Kate became attached to 12 years a slave. Arrived at the hotel around 7pm so showered to go out but seeing as we'd been up 24 hours were starting to feel the lag. Found Macy's and H&M then wandered into Puccini and Pinetti for dinner. Lovely staff, Kate became attached as ...
... entertain the thought of eating one.
From there we walked back to the office of the HOHO company then waited for the HOHO bus to take us to Union Square where we could join the last ride to the Golden Gate Park Tour. We passed several landmarks that we had seen on previous tours including City Hall. We rode up hills with the guide - a great guy named Leo - telling us about the different styles of houses – “Stick ...