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... down the streets. Cool except for the long cues. Worth it through, pretty hairy going down the slopes. Day five - bay cruise which circled under the Golden Gate just as fog was rolling in, was wicked to watch the bridge disappear and only see the top of the bridge poking out from the fog. The ship then took us past Alcatraz again to the other side of the Bay to the Bay Bridge. Great views of the harbour, bridges, buildings and ...
... December 23rd at city hall in SF, then spent New Year's Eve in SF watching fireworks, so it only seemed appropriate to do a hike near SF as well. We drove to Mt. Tamalpais State Park where we only hiked for about 25 minutes (Abe's ankle was giving him issues, Farrah was getting scared of the height, and I was feeling under the weather). We found a perfect spot where we had an amazing panoramic view of the ocean and ...
... by actual inmates and guards from the prison. It was really interesting hearing about the escape attempts, and learning about people like Al Copone and the Birdman. Really bizarrely we were in the gift shop, and there was an old man signing books. It turned out he was an actual Alcatraz inmate from the late 50s/early 60s. How odd would that be? We then made our way back to the mainland and spent a nice afternoon travelling on some of the cable car ...
... have been able to on foot.
Afterwards Sheila went back to the hostel but Lily and me went for a wander around Fisherman’s Wharf. We sat for a while on pier 39 where there are loads of sea lions basking in the sun. They were funny things and seemed to get so cross with each other when they got in an out of the water. I really enjoyed just sitting at watching them interact. Later, Lily helped me move back into the city ...
... so took the advice of a National Park ranger to visit Fort Point under the Golden Gate Bridge. It was just a short drive and it was free so took a few photos as well as looked around the fort. Fort Point was designed to defend the city against a Confederate attack during the Civil War which never eventuated because of the distance the Confederates would have had to travel to launch such an attack ie sail from the east coast right around South America.