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... before we reached our parking spot along the road, and the Saab's A/C was a welcome relief.
I napped in the car as Brendan drove us out of the park, and we were soon back on the highway taking in the scenery of California's forests, fields, and farmland. Things gradually became more urban, with fewer farms and more malls as we approached the coast, and we found ourselves on a crowded four-lane highway hurtling toward the Bay Area. The heavy fog bank ...
Cool start so we took our coats. Took the hop on bus over the Golden Gate Bridge covered in fog of course. Then back downtown to Union Square for lunch. Queued for an hour to get the tram to top of Lombard but it headed down Mason to Bay St. So we walked to the Fishermans Wharf and browse the shops, purchased a new cost for Linnie and new T shirts for me. Then queued again ...
I have purchased travel insurance and medical insurance, since I'll be letting mine lapse when I leave my job. I've chosen American Express ...
... and enjoy the beaches.
Don't know exactly which is going to win out. Lots of things still in the air, but the excitement is really getting to me. Activities are popping up for the summer, but they may not be what is best for adventures.
So many choices.
Just a quick one on our tour of Alcatraz.
USELSS INFORMATION ALERT: The prison actually only ever held 1,500 people all up during its operation. It has one cell block and at any one time it had approx. 250 prisoners held there. There are 350 people arriving every hour to tour the prison!
During its operation the prison guards and their families lived on the island. They had access to San Fran by boat and were able to come and go as they pleased.
See pictures ...