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... pretty killer and long to walk up, once we reached the top it was a really big sea view. We took a few pictures before O’Malley slipped down a big hill going too quickly.
We then headed down the hill via a different route, which was far quicker to get down. We walked through the rest of the touristic spot of the seriously tall trees. O’Malley earlier on made the remark "Don’t you think its funny that we’ve come all the way to America to look at trees?" ...
... much about this place. We headed back after our nice little meal and on the way we noticed the Palace of Fine Arts building which was all lit up. It looked quite incredible so we stopped on the bench beside it and chatted for a while.
We soon got back to the hotel where we relaxed and watched one of the best/worst 'reality' shows I've ever seen called Million Dollar Listing before going to ...
... but we made it!
This is a mega-cool place - ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The plan for our morning was to visit Alcatraz on the 10 am Ferry. I'd booked this some weeks ago. The ferries for Alcatraz leave from Pier 33 and we caught the Powell St cable car to get down to the harbour front. The ferry trip takes 12 minutes and the Golden Gate was shrouded in fog....yet again.
... It is owned by a woman from Rome named Romina. Her food is traditional and entirely hand made aside from the cheese - all of the cheese is imported from Italy. We tried buffalo mozzarella with tomatoes, crumbed and fried olives, small baked pastries that had some kind of spinach and cheese filling and then some of the BEST margarita pizza I have ever had in my entire life! The bases are hand made of course, and are beautiful ...
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