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... we completed a whistle stop tour of the Coit Tower and Union Square before taking the train back to Sara's.
We decided that the next day it would be best to see the surrounding areas of San Fran as true adopted Americans would, by car! As we made our way through the city, our trusted Nissan screamed in despair trying to climb the endless hills and there was no chance of Abbie recreating any scenes from the film Bullitt! However we were rewarded for ...
... did all that time go? Both of us are so excited about his future with Leila, and very much looking forward to the festivities. His Dad and spouse CA are arriving in San Fran on bikes from Vancouver, travelling the same route in reverse that we did in spring 2013. Our bikes were on the back of the car, theirs are under their bums. It will be interesting to swap stories next week. How strange is life that arriving self propelled on a two wheeler is seen ...
... via backroads/dirt roads through Nevada and Idaho and return through Washington and Oregon. We start the trip later today and expect to return on the 11th or 12th of July.
I'll do my best to post something on a daily basis and will, as much as possible, let the pictures tell the story.
I hope you will enjoy.
... on way for Chris to provide information, we had our last steep climb from Fort Point to Golden Gate Bridge and then down a steep hill after the bridge into Sausalito.
Once in Sausalito we bid farewell to Chris and all bike riders and went our own way.
Having some lunch we walked around streets, did a little shopping therapy and headed back on a ferry to Pier 41 at Fishermans ...
... Chinatown which claims to be the world's oldest china town established during the gold rush era.
The Italian quarter was very vibrant with many bars and restaurants with live music.
The famous San Fran fog was getting thicker and the wind making it about a chilly 9 degrees when we called a halt to sight seeing about 9pm.