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... we sent single file touring sites on our Segways, very well informed and enjoyable tour guide.
With all of our tours – Urban Safari/Alcatraz, Bike Ride Golden Gate Bridge/Saulsilito, Segway tours and wandering around we covered a large knowledge of San Francisco within the 31/2 days – enjoying every bit.
After Segway Tour lined up for our first cable car ride down ...
... a Rickshaw dude halfway there, which was an experience. My first time on one!
Fisherman's Wharf is a quaint area and very touristy. With the frigid wind deterring us from looking around, we dashed straight for an indoor restaurant - Alioto's. The view was quite gorgeous, facing a dock with the setting sun and it was nice and warm. My parents had the well-known fish and chips while I ordered a vegetarian Penne ...
... for Wednesday, followed by Wednesday walk-ins. The line snaked from the elevators to the hallway and halfway through the room before it lost momentum and stalled. Once in line, we felt as though we had made some progress. After standing in the stuffed hallway for an hour, another employee came upstairs and yelled at us for creating a fire hazard and told us to go back into the room and sit down. 2pm: another employee told us to line up. It took another half ...
... visits in Chinatown are first a fortune cookie factory and then a tea shop where we get to sample some vey nice jasmine tea.
From Chinatown the tour continues into the Italian quarters where we briefly go into the old tunnel system that was used to smuggle alcohol during the prohibition era. In both Chinatown and the Italian quarters Katya points out some local as well as personnal favourite restaurants, bars and cafés. As we ...
... across the bridge we stopped in Sausalito and went on another walk. Obviously a big biking city. I would have loved to rent bikes and bike over the bridge but I know the girls would not have done well. We made our way to the Muir Woods which again according to our guide book is one of the few remaining first growth groves of redwoods. The oldest of the giant trees is at least 1000 years old which is crazy to think what this tree has witnessed and ...
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