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... can't have opted for a better way to see the city on first look. (Thanks Caitlin)... This included major attractions like the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, The Bay, Ocean Beach, a variety of suburbs such as: The Haights and outer suburbs. Dinner in Union/Filmore Street (mexican).
Day Three: Cycled the Golden Gate Bridge and on to Sausalito (AWESOME). Dinner in Little Italy at a ...
... in mind that I hadn’t received my visa yet and was far from home free, I didn’t want to give anyone any reason to hold my passport or visa for longer than necessary. That in mind, I put on my positive and grateful front (which, also worth noting: my typical default demeanor is positive and grateful (if I do say so myself ;)) but CKGS sure knows how to push buttons) and spoke of only the good experience in the consulate that morning and left out the gory details ...
... road meandered past an iconic American symbol, the Lone Cypress. We really didn’t get an appreciation of the tree on the rock, but the Americans around us seemed to love it.
We stopped in at Pebble Beach Golf Course where I had played a handful of times before. Only difference this time was that it was real life and not on ...
Last night's dinner at Izzy's was a triumph, not just the quality of the food, but the atmosphere and the history of the place. Quite by chance we had stumbled on a real winner. Remarkably, we did the same for breakfast this morning. First off, we dismissed the Motel's offering of their free breakfast out of hand. Pathetic and not even worth staying for the coffee... so we drove off a couple of blocks where there was not one, but two gas stations, opposite each ...
... Lombard street sits high atop one of the steep hills that overlooks the city. The crazy design was built in 1922 and was intended to reduce the hill's natural grade which was too steep for most vehicles of the time. The street featured in the movie "Vertigo." Bill Cosby also shared his following thoughts on the streets layout......"They built a street up there called Lombard Street that goes straight down, and they're not satisfied with you killing yourself that ...
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