Fairfax Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... only bad thing was that people weren´t allowed to enter with their dogs.
We came back at about 12.30 and all of us were starving. It was time to have brunch! James had already everything planned out and as usual, he wanted us to do one and only thing: “Stay away from the kitchen!”. He prepared delicious breakfast burritos which was another gastronomical experience for us. It tasted sooo good!
Gonzalo and James were ready to have a nap after ...
... 9. Kraib and I took care of that as Husb is not a huge crab fan. It was so fresh and melt in your mouth delicious! After meandering through an antique arcade and along Pier 39 to see the seals and a view of Alcatraz from the mainland, we headed to Ghirardelli Square. (We never got to visit Alcatraz, as the tours fill up months in advance and we weren’t lucky with our attempts to get last-minute tickets.)
Ghirardelli Square was also very ...
... around on big MASH trucks that were used in the Korean war. They've been adapted with the addition of seats on top which the kids loved riding in. We drove through the giraffe enclosure before moving on to the White Rhinos. We drove up t see the Zebra and various antelope and deer. We then went into the Wilderbeast and Water Buffalo enclosure - the large male Water Buffalo didn't seem to appreciate our presence so we ...
Up at 6 am we had breakfast, packed up and set off to join the California 1 highway. This was an amazing if not slightly butt-clenching drive along the pacific coast. It was a little bit gloomy but we still got some amazing views.
At Stinson Beach we parked up and went to dip our toes for the first time in the Pacific Ocean (sharks and tsunamis notwithstanding!) After working up an appetite we went to the Parkside Cafe and had a monster breakfast at the counter. Erin ...
Had a lay-in and got up 5.45 am! The forest looked gloomy as it was so early but looking out the RV window I thought I saw lizards skipping across the road leading to our plot. These turned out to be chipmunks - I really should go to spec-savers!
We took it easy and went for a mooch around the camp ground. Because we didn't have hook-ups (electric, water, waste) we thought we'd try to use the camp ground's resources ...