Mountain Home Inn
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... t know, but we were glad the guy from India had left it because we love them! Then the pizza, ratio in two slices per person. We must have had 5 each scoffing the left over slices from other tables. In the last place we heard a guy shouting "Where are David and Jane?" He couldn't manage his chocolate cake.
After all the food a few of us went to the oldest bar in San Fran for a few more drinks. We had clicked with two people, a girl from ...
... a good parking spot, and there were hundreds of people wanting to hike through the woods. Thankfully, we spotted an open parking spot that said "for Buses only-- normal parking after 4pm." It was 3:47, so we shrugged and decided to park and wait until 4pm rolled around. We were lucky-- it was insanely difficult for everyone else to park.
Unfortunately, as I said before, we had zero cell service at this point and got ...
... note that arriving early is a good thing, and we decide we will do our best to stay on Easter Standard Time as it makes waking up at 6AM a breeze.
We head back towards San Franciso, and stop in Sausilito to grab lunch. Sausilito is a cool little town across the bay from downtown San Franciso, and we find a place that is built out on a pier into the bay with great views of the city. Fish Taco's and Bloody Mary's taste fantastic with scenery like ...
... ten minutes late wearing clothes he'd slept in for a week (including a stained T-shirt that said "I'm Boring"). Then Stan began to speak. It was an authentic sound. The real deal. A clear tone, ever so slightly slurred and yet rock solid in its lively delivery. Sometimes it reminded me of guitar music warbling on a street corner, other times it sounded like colorful liquid being wrung out of a tie-dyed t-shirt. Every word fitted into an ...
... kilometers of parkland to wander, with Japanese Tea Gardens, Bison paddocks and especially the California Academy of Sciences,right in the centre. It had everything, from African exhibits, aquarium, earthquake simulation, roof top gardens, skull collection (400 sea lion skulls on the wall - bizarro ) - enough to occupy for many hours.
A bus this time and off to see the famous Cliff House (restaurant) which was opened in 1863 but has ...