Chateau Tivoli Bed & Breakfast
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Today we headed into center city and hopped a cable car (after standing in line for an hour). The kids had the full-effect of standing on the outside enjoying the ride a-fresco in Frisco. My third time doing this touristy transport found me taking pics of them pointing out previously seen sights.
We disembarked near Lombard Street and …
Arrived at the Chateau Tivoli and got a tip to have lunch at The Woodhouse Fish Company. It was a short walk and near The Fillmore. Afterwards we checked in and I enjoyed relaxing in their pretty Victorian living room, filled with antiques and San Franciso history while the family napped.
We explored late in the afternoon enjoying Alamo …
... flight and hotel booking while Sue took care of the packing and house prep. Next up: a lovely 13 hour flight to Istanbul (6,800 miles makes it our longest flight, edging out SFO-PEK a mere 5,900 miles). We arrive at 5pm and hope to stay up long enough to fall back asleep. Of course, Tom will be back up at 4am Istanbul time to watch the Warriors-Cavs ...
... to be taken - this time with both Bill & I...my first selfie for this trip...LOL!
Having received the 'Royal' tour from Bill for the past 4 hours, he finally dropped me back at The Presidio so I could have a better look at the military history and the cemetery in the Park. It was a fantastic experience to be driven around San Francisco by someone so proud and dedicated to his city. Thank you Bill Bowersock Jr!
I then spent ...
... movies that involved Melissa Macarthy. Finally we got here, I will not mention the plane food. Argggg!
After checking in to the hotel, we realized that with almost every second we were in the car, we almost died! Lanes practically don't exist, no one cares, blind spots (what are they?). It's all a bloody horn battle. Horns tooting left right and centre, I kid you not it was ridiculous. Imagine peak traffic in sydney, but somehow it ...