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Our last day in San Francisco was spent in Muir Woods and Saucilito, CA shopping. I drove over "The Bridge" myself today. No busdriver for us. This was the Mickey Tour of Muir Woods.
First stop was Saucilito. We spent a couple of hours browsing the many shops and art galleries along the main street. We must be shopped out. We bought verry little and mostly just got some excersise that we probably needed but didn't want.
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... a couple of times). Had a healthy hotdog with mustard and tomato sauce, with a side serve of a pkt of kettle chips (No trans fats!)... That's how it comes! At the forest cafe. No wonder I felt crook on the way back! Whilst we had lunch a little chipmunk turned up for a photo opportunity. We saw a bear up close, fortunately, a wooden one, wouldn't want to get that close to a real one! It was very tranquil and cool in the forest, heard little birds but couldn't see them. Wrens ...
... I always saw how Silicon Valley was glamorized recently with movies like Jobs and The Social Network, but never had a desire to see that side of the Bay Area. Google turned out to be a fun place with a bunch of greenery near it and the nice buildings.
Sara took me to Building 44 to see the cool android structures. I took random pictures with them. Never expected Google to be artsy.
Ten minutes later, Sara's boyfriend showed up riding a ...
... It was so quiet. No, it was a regularly scheduled day at Stanford. We tossed our trash and half full coffee and set out on our walk.
I actually listened to a few minutes of the audio tour and learned that there was an observation deck on the 14h floor of Hoover Tower, the tower you see on the Stanford postcards. We were right at the tower, but again, there wasn't really anyone around, and there was a sign posted at the front of the door. My ...