Chateau Tivoli Bed & Breakfast
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... winding street, Lombard Street where we and our little machine seemed to be as photographed by the busloads as the street itself.
Trolley back to the Ferry Building for Blue Bottle coffee and then off on the BART to meet Eric's sister Allyssa at The Local Mission Eatery. We had a great night. It was lovely to meet Allyssa.
FRI 31st Oct.
Up early and up the hill to visit Grace Cathedral. An episcopal church built over many ...
... and the amount of people was unbelievable. You would hate to live in the area with people there everyday.
We packed up our stuff ready for our checkout next day.
Couldnt be bothered walking out again to get dinner, so we ordered take away Indian which was very nice ...
... to drop their son off at university before heading back. They also like the Pearl restaurant and always come here, so we know we are in a good place. They are Korean by birth and now live here with both of their parents, he went to school with his brother as young boys in the boarding school along Shinfield in Reading, it's quite astonishing, as we have a fair bit to chat about. Ollie and Jess are tied, but behave impeccably so ...
... sickness, which wasn't actually too bad this time. We got free drinks on board so I had a glass/plastic cup of wine. It was a nice way to see the bridge from a different view. We then made our way to Bubba Gump for dinner. This restaurant was dedicated to everything Forrest Gump. It was a shrimp restaurant but we had burgers. We even got quizzed on our Forrest Gump knowledge by our waitress. It was a fun ...
... ahead. Wasting no time, we worked our way up the city's world famous piers, evenutally reaching the one and only Pier 39. Succombing to our hunger, ice creams were the first things on the agenda quickly followed by a promise to ourselves to take the incredible ten dollar boat tour of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. As we wandered up the pier, we stopped in probably every shop there was (most of them gift shops) and eventually reached the end where we were treated ...