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... her to perform for us. Half Moon Bay seems a pleasant enough town which is good as we will be coming back there tonight to stay, accommodation being rather scarce in San Francisco itself due to the America's Cup. The drive into Union Square was surprisingly easy for such a big city and SF IS big. Houses cling to every hillside and there are a LOT of hills. We parked in the Parking Lot underneath Union Square which was very convenient and set out to explore. ...
... Lets just say I really only shopped in two shops... Pandora and of corse a Christmas shop. I saw the maddest display on Halloween including a mini village. It blow me away that I just had to take a few quick photos ;) We had lunch at a take way joint called "in and out" where the line up was out on the street but I wasn't impressed with the food. Think we might give that a miss next time. We continued to walk along the bay ...
... with their dessert order of lychee-flavoured cotton candy. Tomorrow we will have brunch at Sugar café, recommended to us by one of the hotel staff, then walk to Fisherman's Wharf where we will (hopefully) watch the first two races of the Americas Cup. Team Oracle USA have been found guilty of cheating in the lead-up to the regatta and penalised accordingly, this gives Team New Zealand a great start as they now only have to win nine of ...
... Then a slow wander around the town, a movie, some more window shopping and some last minute impulse buying to use up those US Dollars. The flight out is not until 10:30 pm, but we are managing to whittle away the time, clear customs, get in the wrong lines for the check in, but all good. So this is the end of the Gypsy and Toad doing America, there were highlights, so many: Minden with Bob and Roz, getting married at the Silver dollar saloon wedding chapel in ...
My trip schedule simply stated "explore San Francisco via hop on hop of bus tours" So technically a free day for all to just travel around on old British 1980's double decker buses.
We have to walk down to the nearest hop on point at Kearny St. Getting the hang of the street directions now ( oh yeah,right I'm so gonna eat those words later). Using the tour buses as a means to get around works well and we are soon getting off at Fisherman's Wharf. I fancied a ...
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