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We caught the bus a bit early so we had a walk from the far end of the piers to meet Aya, Chris and girls at Pier 39. We had a coffee while we waited, and watched the passing parade of people - all very interesting and entertaining. A beautiful day and after the kids arrived we went to the Boudin bakery and I had the Clam Chowder in the cob bread and it was yummy. John had toasted ham and cheese sandwich, and we all enjoyed our lunch together. We headed off then to the ferry ...
... suggesting his favourite restaurant in Chinatown, which was yum-town (and the exception to our service tipping rule- even though we gave them a good tip because the food was delish!) Ok so not such a short blog this time, oh well! We are still having an amazing here in San Fran. Didn't get a chance to ride across the Golden Gate Bridge today, that's on our list for tomorrow. And this time we WILL be doing the bike riding. Love to all back in Oz x ...
... up highway 1 to San Francisco. Anne also had a couple of stops she wanted to make, which included visiting the childhood home of our friend Paula Siefert. Anne, as it turns out, is pretty fearless about San Francisco driving, and she was able to smoothly navigate to Paula's old neighborhood near 30th and Geary. A few of us asked, "Why are we doing this again?", but Anne was undeterred as we visited the locations of Paula's home, middle school, and high school.
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Then our first activity was getting the famous cable car from the city centre to Fisherman's Wharf. And it really is as much fun as it appears in all the films it has featured in. To be honest we had thought that all cable cars were little boxes hauled up in the air on very fragile looking cables but now know that that is only mountain cable cars. San Francisco cable cars are just like antiquated trams.