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... s and brightly painted. Some idiots had stuccoed the exterior of some, but soon realised their mistake.
Through the outer road of Golden Gate park which we were told is bigger that Central Park. Maybe because there are no inner roads here. There are many different parks, both botanical and recreational.
The highlight of the trip was going over the Golden Gate. Wow it sure is tall, and even taller from the top ...
... impressive. The DJ was playing on vinyl with behind him a huuuuuuge screen with the skyline of Seattle flashing by - movie like! The next day there were only morning talks so after those ended we headed once again downtown to go to the Pike's Place Market where at one famous stand the salesmen throw huge salmons to one another, this accompanied by their "songs", my first sushi experience ever (highly ...
... After that we walked around and checked out the shops: every second shop seems to be a smoke shop, and I bought a wicked tie dye in the most tie dyed shop I’ve ever seen, with tie dye undies, leggings, hoodies, and a tie dye ceiling! Outrageous. We caught the bus back into town late afternoon and spent the evening relaxing. Man, I’m going to dream about that falafel for the next few ...
... didn’t impress us much so we didn’t spend too long there. We started to head up north on highway 1, cut across to route 101 and continued all the way up to Berkley. We were to spend the next week with our friends in Berkley.
We had driven a total of 2,752 miles (4,403 kms), the most I have driven at a stretch. We dropped off the car at Hertz and thanked our luck that we didn’t experience any problems on our two week long road trip. ...
... ended up being just as scenic, not for its grand sweeping vistas but for the number and size of the redwood trees. Since I still had a bit of extra time, on the advice of a park ranger I took a steep, winding road to get to Highway 1, which runs along the coast. The route was much slower but worth every extra minute.
AT&T Park is a very busy park. Like Petco, in San Diego, it has a kids' ...