Ocean Beach Bed and Breakfast
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Sunday already, and another early start! We were booked onto the first trip over to famous 'Alcatraz' for a tour and to see what one of the most notorious high security prisons used to be like. Down to PIer 33 for the ferry, we stepped on board and started the 20minute sail across to the island. Alcatraz means 'pelican' in Spanish and refers to the first inhabitants of the island. It lies 3 miles east of the Golden Gate, it's location both strategic and ...
... including a pretty bridge) and stopped at a cafe for a bathroom break.
The cafe was half art gallery and half cafe, with a pretty view and cool ornaments for sale everywhere.
There were these really cool percussion instruments which looked like a pretty ornamental box with slits cut into the top in tongue-like shapes, which had beautiful tones when hit with a mallet.
When I came out of the bathroom Darren had found them and was playing around with them. ...
... along with a few thousand ather people. It was a cross between a packed london tube and a gay bar. The most colourful train passengers I had ever travelled with and we were packed in cheek by jowl, or whatever bodily parts were closest. We emerged from the tube station right by the start of the parade with 15 minutes to spare. I wanted to make sure we didn't miss it but i needn't ...
... does give us a bit more room and a little bit of quiet. After checking in, we braced ourselves against the biting wind and made our way the few blocks to the Wharf where we found a gorgeous Italian restaurant so I could make good on my promise to Alex that she could have spaghetti bolognese for dinner tonight. After dinner, we stopped by the chocolate shop on Ghirardelli Square for dessert and got back to the hotel absolutely full just before ...
We took a walking tour of the city, which Anne and Steve had recommended from their visit in previous years and really enjoyed seeing the different styles of Queen Anne houses in the area and what was real and what was fake and who lived where (a little classier than the Los Angeles paparazzi style door stopping). Fortunately, the tour was designed to be relatively flat so we did not have to take in any serious hills on ...